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New post 05 Aug 2007, 09:35
Hi people,

I seek some help from you. My GMAT is on 18th August and i have absolutely no idea how i am going to face it. Reason being i was not able to study due to excessive official work. I did study some 1.5 months back but after that it was like nothing. I have'nt taken any full length test till date so that i can judge my preparation level.

I am taking two weeks off starting 4th August to study at home.
I want a suggestion from you guys whether i should postpone my test or have a go after two weeks preparations.

I took GMATPrep today and really screwed things up.Got 600 (Q45,V28).
I did some real silly mistakes.Just to highlight:

1.) Got 2nd,3rd ques in Quants wrong. Both of them were easy....I guess i cudn't recover from there.

2.) Got first 2 ques in V wrong. Nail in the coffin..... :oops:

Now should i postpone my appointment or go ahead? I think i can improve in next 12 days but suggestions from u guys will be really helpful.

Thanks in advance.
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What kind of prep did you do 1.5 months ago? What questions did you do? It's possible if you spend all your hours in the next 12 days on it, but make sure to not do anything the day before just to clear your mind.
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New post 05 Aug 2007, 17:46
I think you need some more work and suggest you to re-schedule if you are aiming for 700+ . A gap of one and half months in long enough to break your momentum. You need some time to recover and i would rather suggest you to give yourself another month at least . Again its just my personal opinion.
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