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# GMAT Prep. Issues

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Joined: 10 Jan 2013
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05 Aug 2018, 23:02
Hello Fellow Gmatters.

I am facing an issue. For the past few days, I don't feel like studying or taking tests.

I do not know why is this happening but is there anyone else who is facing similar issues?
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06 Aug 2018, 00:34
Hi saurabh9gupta

Welcome to GMATClub!

This is a common problem that people face when they have a long period of study.
To keep yourself motivated, my recommendation would be to book the exam with
a month or two to spare(if you are scoring around your target score). Else, take a
GMATPrep test and post your score here. The experts will be able to give you an
approximate timeline at which you can book your test.

Hope this helps you!
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06 Aug 2018, 10:24
Sounds like GMAT burnout, which isn't unusual. I'd check this out:

https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/blog ... t-burnout/
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06 Aug 2018, 11:42
pushpitkc wrote:
Hi saurabh9gupta

Welcome to GMATClub!

This is a common problem that people face when they have a long period of study.
To keep yourself motivated, my recommendation would be to book the exam with
a month or two to spare(if you are scoring around your target score). Else, take a
GMATPrep test and post your score here. The experts will be able to give you an
approximate timeline at which you can book your test.

Hope this helps you!

thank you pushpitkc ccooley

I am not sure as to how to proceed now. Shall i look at my error log(mistakes that I made in the official questions) and then frame a strategy
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06 Aug 2018, 22:01
saurabh9gupta wrote:
thank you pushpitkc ccooley

I am not sure as to how to proceed now. Shall i look at my error log(mistakes that I made in the official questions) and then frame a strategy
If your long-term vision/plans haven't changed, maybe all you need right now is a break. Can you step back from your studies for a bit?
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