After a week fo shock, I am back to this game so called cracking the GMAT.

I was in a bad mood for couples days due to my first GMAT attempt.

OK. It's the time to stand up and do it again.

I did the

Mgmat test 1 yesterday and tried to figure out my weaknesses.

MGMAT 1: 600 (Q39 V34)

I did the full test with AWA, Q & V. I will continue to do the essays to adapt to the real GMAT.

I figured out that my math skill is not solid enough. This may be why I scored low in the real GMAT. The math in GMATprep may be easier. The

Mgmat Math is very hard and time consuming. I am running out of time and I have to pick the answers randomly at the last 10Q.

Mgmat V is too easy when comparing to the real thing.

I borrowed a math excercise book from my friend. It's a book about basic math. I want to do sth which will not related to GMAT but it will improve my math skill. I revised Unit 2 which is about %.

I also did the

GMAT Club test M07 today. It's very hard.

I 've got 25 out 37 correct (66.7%). Made some silly mistakes but good to know that now. So I can keep to improve myself.

I am 28 this year and I don't think I will wait for 1 more year to apply for schools. I want a career switch so it's about the right time. What I have to do now is to get a good score in my coming test date on Nov. 27. No matter what the result is, I have to move on. I have sacrificed a lot for GMAT. No personal life. No hang out. No favorite TV shows. All my mind was occupied by GMAT.

I won't give up. I will continue to do 1 Gmat test and revise 1 math unit every day.

BTW, thanks for this community provided my GMAT club. It's always good to know that I am not alone. PPL here are super nice and cheerful. Thank you, every one. Good luck to every one, too