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26 Apr 2013, 10:06
I have completed the entire syllabus of gmat, first I did quant and then the verbal. Now feeling a little nervous to take the practice exams since after completing verbal feel like I gotta brush up quants. Feeling so terrified, can anyone give some advice please?

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26 Apr 2013, 10:55
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I have completed the entire syllabus of gmat, first I did quant and then the verbal. Now feeling a little nervous to take the practice exams since after completing verbal feel like I gotta brush up quants. Feeling so terrified, can anyone give some advice please?

Yes, that's the dilemma when you study. It's good that you focus on quant, then focus on verbal - that lets you maximize your improvement. However, you will need to gradually mix them all together into one study session as you do various kinds of questions one after another. You need to switch your mode quickly between questions - this takes practice.

Remember, on your actual test day - you'll have 3-4 hrs to do all kinds of questions back to back. You won't have time to get adjusted to a different kind of question. So keep that in mind.

As for practice tests - we invite you to take a look at the GMAT Pill Practice Test (Beta): http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... promo=free

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26 Apr 2013, 11:01
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I have completed the entire syllabus of gmat, first I did quant and then the verbal. Now feeling a little nervous to take the practice exams since after completing verbal feel like I gotta brush up quants. Feeling so terrified, can anyone give some advice please?

The more you think about something, the more worked up you get about it. The best strategy here is just to dive in and do it. Of course, you should stay positive, but sometimes that's easier said than done. Just do a practice test and see how you do, and then adjust your strategy if need be.

As the old saying goes: Don't wonder how you're going to do it. Do it, and then wonder how you did it.

Hope this helps!
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26 Apr 2013, 20:08
Thank you very much GMATPill and Ron!

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