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How did you guys fit GMAT studying into your busy schedules? Did you do it at work? At night after you got home? On weekends?

I tend to study at night, but can't find time to take full-length practice exams. Damn college/nfl football is too tempting on the weekends...

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New post 17 Sep 2003, 12:32
Tony_Touch wrote:
How did you guys fit GMAT studying into your busy schedules? Did you do it at work? At night after you got home? On weekends?

I tend to study at night, but can't find time to take full-length practice exams. Damn college/nfl football is too tempting on the weekends...


I've been having the same problem. For the past 2 weeks Ive been going into work early and studying there. I sit in the lunch room so Im not interrupted. I figure by leaving early, I miss some traffic so its time well spent. I've basically cut an hour out of my sleep to get up earlier. I find I am mentally toast by the end of the day and there is no way I can study right after work.

Like you I find way too much distraction at home. I'm not at the point where Im taking the full length tests though. I'd like to start getting in the habit of studying on a weekend too.

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