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22 Nov 2004, 10:49
May be some people just can crack GMAT!!
second attempt and i stand nowhere.
i am working full time and directionless about my MBA game plan.

It was very disappointing after doing very well in AWA and Quant.

after question no 20 of verbal section, my mind was dead,i could not comprehend, i had to read question 2ce and sometimes even thrice. however, i did well on OG and other prep material.

has anyone experienced the same? i will be very thankful if someone let me know how to avoaid this situation next time.
i tookd a few comphehensive tests at home for 3 1/2 hours continuously but never felt so tired.

eventually i ended up cancelling the score coz i had no clue what i did in verbal section.

i want to try again , its do-or-die now.

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22 Nov 2004, 11:25
Your experience is not uncommon. I suppose you could be studying pretty well to the last minute till you took the test. As many people in the forum have suggested, it would be ideal to take complete rest at least 24 hours before the exam. Please go through the test experience section... to get some inspiration.

I found the following test experience sections very useful......
http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=10440
http://www.testmagic.com/forums/showthr ... ge=1&pp=15
http://www.testmagic.com/forums/showthr ... lish+level

There could be may more .... I could not recollect at this moment....

Donâ€™t give up.... just concentrate on your preparation... give as may practice tests / practice questions as possible (to tame the beast) so that you will feel at home... even when you face an unfamiliar topic.......
Take some good rest before the exam......

There are many GMAT veterans in this forum..... Who can share there experience with few words of wisdom too.........

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23 Nov 2004, 08:23
thanks brravindra, i will take some inspiration and give another try.

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