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I graduated college more than 10 years ago and now I've decided to take GMAT. Do you have recommendations for any useful tips? (ie Things to do , ways to overcome test anxiety, any other useful information etc." I'd love to hear from people who have been through it already.

In addition, is the gmat score more important as you get older?

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I was only 3 years out of college, when I gave the test

But constantly telling myself "its just a silly test ... you have done 100s tougher than this one" helped :)

Other than that keep it simple ... try to concentrate on a few study materials only, and then try to establish your baseline scores to see what areas you might need extra work on
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It may be difficult at first, but just keep you head up and be patient. You'll get there. GMATClub has threads, conversations, reviews, and links to everything that you will ever need for a solid preparation. Simply use the search engine. If you need any further help to find something in particular or to navigate your way through the website (it's quite big), then don't hesitate to ask! :)
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10 years out of school is a lot. I'd say go for the full set of MGMAT books, there is certainly a lot of stuff to review. I was only out of school for 5 years, and I had to refresh a lot of things in my memory.

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