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Welcome to the club! :)

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New post 09 Dec 2010, 18:53
Hi - After many years of delaying it, I'm finally taking the GMAT in March. I'm self-studying because my boyfriend had a disastrous run with the LSAT and Princeton Review - so I figure I'll save my mom the $1,200 - take the test once just studying alone, if I bomb, we're out $250 and then I'll pay for the class. If I do well (700+) then I've saved us money that can go to better purposes.

Anyway - this is proving to be a great resource and I'm sure I'll be back often.
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Hi, I'm new to the forum. I wish I had known about this marvelous site earlier on my "preparation", I have my first GMAT tomorrow!!, of course I'm planning to cancel the results because I just realized I know almost nothing!! I've been studying for 2 months now, and I really don’t feel I’m ready.
The truth is that I had it very difficult since I have a Fashion Design background and hadn’t used my math skills for over 6 years since I finished high school. So it has taken me a lot of work getting to familiarize again with math. Now after 2 months of hard work I know that I have to work even harder to get the score I want; I have to practice, practice, and practice.
I think that after tomorrow when I see what the exam is all about I’ll feel more confident, I will have lost my money, but at least I won’t be that stressed the next time.
So now that I’ve been reading all the insight on a good preparation for the test, I think I can achieve a good score in 3 months, I will follow the study plan and focus in all the things that are still blurry to me.
I hope that with all the resources from the club I’ll score a 700.
Wish me luck!!
Thanks!


Hi there, it's me again.
I had my GMAT exam yesterday and it was: oh so bad!
I got the worst possible grade, even worse than I imagined, I’m shocked it could go so wrong.
When the test started I forgot everything I studied, I was more preoccupied about the time that making a good process to answer the questions correctly (quantitative); and in verbal, I had to guess the last 7 questions, because I was running out of time!! Terrible.
Now, it’s like I'm back at the beginning, the approach I made two months ago with my studying was obviously wrong.
I have to start all over again, but this time I would like to ask you guys, who are experts in these sorts of things, where to start (?)!!!
Where would someone that studied Fashion Design start their study plan for the GMAT??
I got a private tutor before, but he only teached me like the basics of math so I could remember what is all about, I remember, but now I need to start thinking of it like the GMAT guys do, so, where do I read that?? Where can I learn that?? Who can help me?!!! LOL!!
Well I hope one of you is so kind to illustrate the way for me, because as of now, I feel like a total ignorant of this exam!
Thank you!!
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ame84 wrote:
Hi, I'm new to the forum. I wish I had known about this marvelous site earlier on my "preparation", I have my first GMAT tomorrow!!, of course I'm planning to cancel the results because I just realized I know almost nothing!! I've been studying for 2 months now, and I really don’t feel I’m ready.
The truth is that I had it very difficult since I have a Fashion Design background and hadn’t used my math skills for over 6 years since I finished high school. So it has taken me a lot of work getting to familiarize again with math. Now after 2 months of hard work I know that I have to work even harder to get the score I want; I have to practice, practice, and practice.
I think that after tomorrow when I see what the exam is all about I’ll feel more confident, I will have lost my money, but at least I won’t be that stressed the next time.
So now that I’ve been reading all the insight on a good preparation for the test, I think I can achieve a good score in 3 months, I will follow the study plan and focus in all the things that are still blurry to me.
I hope that with all the resources from the club I’ll score a 700.
Wish me luck!!
Thanks!


Hi there, it's me again.
I had my GMAT exam yesterday and it was: oh so bad!
I got the worst possible grade, even worse than I imagined, I’m shocked it could go so wrong.
When the test started I forgot everything I studied, I was more preoccupied about the time that making a good process to answer the questions correctly (quantitative); and in verbal, I had to guess the last 7 questions, because I was running out of time!! Terrible.
Now, it’s like I'm back at the beginning, the approach I made two months ago with my studying was obviously wrong.
I have to start all over again, but this time I would like to ask you guys, who are experts in these sorts of things, where to start (?)!!!
Where would someone that studied Fashion Design start their study plan for the GMAT??
I got a private tutor before, but he only teached me like the basics of math so I could remember what is all about, I remember, but now I need to start thinking of it like the GMAT guys do, so, where do I read that?? Where can I learn that?? Who can help me?!!! LOL!!
Well I hope one of you is so kind to illustrate the way for me, because as of now, I feel like a total ignorant of this exam!
Thank you!!


Hi ame84, sad to know your experience.

Just check this thread should-i-retake-gmat-thread-retaking-gmat-strategies-83339.html
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Hey, I'm currently an undergraduate sophomore hoping to apply for the Harvard Business School 2+2 program. So I've got one year to hone my skills and earn a 750+.
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Hey, I'm currently an undergraduate sophomore hoping to apply for the Harvard Business School 2+2 program. So I've got one year to hone my skills and earn a 750+.


Hi master, welcome to the club!!

I wish you best of luck for you dream school. You can start your gmat journey by going through this link
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Here we go then !! doing self study for a month & half, have taken dates for end of Jan'11 but seems I need to reschedule it now... as it's not going so well (at least as per my expectations..).Being a not native seems to be troubling a bit on verbal side but doing reasonably good on quant...
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sorry guys just missed, does any one know how to edit in profile settings so that typing looks smaller to you? when i subscribe to forums it's just too huge font :O, other web sites are doing good with my browser... any help pls..
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Hello! I am currently enrolled as a Graduate Student but found out quickly that the M.Ed I was enrolled in was not nearly what I wanted in terms of difficulty and focus, so I have enrolled into the MBA program... Although the requirement for admission to the MBA program is only 550 I am shooting for sub 700 as I hope to continue to pursue my Doctorate and find a career in scholarly research and teaching. I have until August '11 so I am hoping frequent visits to GMAT Club will help keep my nose to the grind stone!
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Hello Everyone. I'm currently a senior Accounting major wanting to get my Masters in Accounting. I come to GMAT Club because I need a 600 or above and within a month. Any suggestion on prep course would be appreciated. From my research, it seems Manhattan is the way to go, but I'm on a time crunch and the earliest Manhattan prep course is Early Jan. to Mid-March. Therefore, it has come to Kaplan vs. Princeton. Both courses run from Early Jan. to Early February, but one (Princeton) cost $200 less. Kaplan or Princeton, or something else?
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Hi Everyone!
I am Rohan. Currently i am a functional analyst working for a big 4 firm.
I am slowly transitioning towards becoming an entrepreneur and the broad targets are NTU,NUS,HKUST,ISB,Stanford,Insead. i will narrow down once i am ready to apply. The target year is 2012.
The target score is 800 (why compromise?), and i haven't yet taken a diagnostic to determine any score lag i may have.
In the coming weeks i am planning to start discussions related to quant first(and then move on to verbal), just need time to go through the existing ones so that mine doesn't overlap.
This is my first post here and am sure in the coming months, together we can and we will crack the gmat!!

Many Best Wishes to all and GOD Bless!
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New post 23 Dec 2010, 01:52
Feels good to introduce myself with my first post(finally).

My initial target to apply to B-Schools was this year, but a role change at the workplace ensured I had enough to keep myself busy this entire year. So now, I am a prospective 2011 applicant, targeting the 2012 Fall intake.

Professionally, I am a guy who knows his way around with Computers and Finance, and therefore bank's trust me to design and develop Enterprise Information Portals for them. I will be having 8 years of experience at matriculation, and I have spent these years at Infosys, IBM and Accenture, the period of time spent at each place resembling an ascending geometric progression.

I am currently based out of Charlotte, NC, having moved here two years back. The past couple of years that I have spent in the US has helped me further convince myself of the value of an international MBA - and now there is no looking back. My medium term career goal is to move into Technology Consulting, with primary focus on the Financial Sector.

My GMAT preps are on in full swing, and I am targeting February '11 for my first attempt. Assuming I can break into the 700 club, and keeping my background in mind, the schools I am targeting are:
a. Ross
b. Duke
c. Darden
d. Tepper
e. Kenan-Flagler
d. McCombs

Wish the very best for all of you in the middle of R2 applications, and a big 'hi' to the folks in my boat - studying for the GMAT.
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Hi Everyone,

My name is Greg, and I have been lurking through the forums since November. The reason for this post (my first really), is not so much to introduce myself. I’m at a point, and I could use some encouragement.

I’ve made some of the mistakes others talk about avoiding. Initially, I thought my engineering background would carry me through. Then I thought, "Just a quick brush up on my [mad] skillz and I’ll be good to go." I rounded out my trio of faux pas by jumping right into the OG questions.

Great! So ... November 1st I began an aggressive regiment of studies. I am up at 6 AM; I study until 8:00 – 8:30. After work (between 5:30 and 6:00 PM), I jump back into my studies. I continue until 8 PM or so, and try to unwind before bed. I get six to eight hours (depending on how my stamina holds up) each day on the weekends.

I was turned on to the MGMAT guides right at five weeks ago. I just finished the 5th guide (Geometry). It feels good to be through the quant guides. At the same time, I have a sinking feeling I’m still not up to the task – even considering only the quant section.

I’ve done every "In Action" problem in the guides. I’ve done every OG 12 and OG Quant review problem (many of them more than once). I’ve taken as much as thirty minutes trying to understand a single problem. Yet I continue to have that, "I don’t know what I am doing" or the "OK I got it right, but it took like ten minutes" feeling FAR too often.

Ok, so I finish where I started ... asking for encouragement. Will I ever feel "ready" for the test, or will I have to (at some point) hold my breath and hope for the best? Is it possible I am focusing my efforts in the wrong place? Any sage words of advice and/or encouragement would be deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance to any and all who respond – cheers!
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I took the GMAT on 3rd of December and ended up with 720.
49 in Quants and 40 in verbal. 5.5 in AWA. I am satisfied with the score because i have a decent work ex to back it up.
Thanks to GMAT club for all the support and guidance.

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Hi Everyone,

My name is Greg, and I have been lurking through the forums since November. The reason for this post (my first really), is not so much to introduce myself. I’m at a point, and I could use some encouragement.

I’ve made some of the mistakes others talk about avoiding. Initially, I thought my engineering background would carry me through. Then I thought, "Just a quick brush up on my [mad] skillz and I’ll be good to go." I rounded out my trio of faux pas by jumping right into the OG questions.

Great! So ... November 1st I began an aggressive regiment of studies. I am up at 6 AM; I study until 8:00 – 8:30. After work (between 5:30 and 6:00 PM), I jump back into my studies. I continue until 8 PM or so, and try to unwind before bed. I get six to eight hours (depending on how my stamina holds up) each day on the weekends.

I was turned on to the MGMAT guides right at five weeks ago. I just finished the 5th guide (Geometry). It feels good to be through the quant guides. At the same time, I have a sinking feeling I’m still not up to the task – even considering only the quant section.

I’ve done every "In Action" problem in the guides. I’ve done every OG 12 and OG Quant review problem (many of them more than once). I’ve taken as much as thirty minutes trying to understand a single problem. Yet I continue to have that, "I don’t know what I am doing" or the "OK I got it right, but it took like ten minutes" feeling FAR too often.

Ok, so I finish where I started ... asking for encouragement. Will I ever feel "ready" for the test, or will I have to (at some point) hold my breath and hope for the best? Is it possible I am focusing my efforts in the wrong place? Any sage words of advice and/or encouragement would be deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance to any and all who respond – cheers!






Hey Greg,
Based on my assessment, the challenge you are facing seems to arise out of over-expectation, which is causing you to lose belief in yourself and hence your confidence. The case may be that people around you are repeatedly reminding you of GMAT and its effects on your career and you are not that confident about the result.The best part is, this is an easy challenge to overcome, the reason being that whatever you need to succeed is already within you. It's only a matter of discovering it rather than inventing it.

TRUST the books/notes you are referring. You must have carried out a detailed survey to determine the best ones and now now that you have gathered all that material with you, be sure to stick with them. Don't doubt them halfway through just because some other book appeals or is marketed well by somebody. Because there is always a way to be 'turned on' by every other book in the market. Keep reminding this to yourself. Don't even bother looking at books related to 'last minute tips','quick formula/shortcut references'.

WRITE -- strategies/rules in Verbal and make sure to solve Quant problems on paper.

REVISE the stuff that you have gone through. This way you will reiterate to your sub-conscious mind that the material is exhaustive enough and hence boost the confidence.

PRACTICE the CATs. Once you are through with them, don't look at the score,make sure to analyse each and every question(whether right/wrong) in depth. The aim should be to make sure that a particular mistake is never repeated in the subsequent exams and to come up with a strategy that suits you the best.

Lastly, always be SELF CONFIDENT,OPTIMISTIC and PERSISTENT.

Best Wishes!!
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Hey Greg,
Based on my assessment, the challenge you are facing seems to arise out of over-expectation, which is causing you to lose belief in yourself and hence your confidence. The case may be that people around you are repeatedly reminding you of GMAT and its effects on your career and you are not that confident about the result.The best part is, this is an easy challenge to overcome, the reason being that whatever you need to succeed is already within you. It's only a matter of discovering it rather than inventing it.

TRUST the books/notes you are referring. You must have carried out a detailed survey to determine the best ones and now now that you have gathered all that material with you, be sure to stick with them. Don't doubt them halfway through just because some other book appeals or is marketed well by somebody. Because there is always a way to be 'turned on' by every other book in the market. Keep reminding this to yourself. Don't even bother looking at books related to 'last minute tips','quick formula/shortcut references'.

WRITE -- strategies/rules in Verbal and make sure to solve Quant problems on paper.

REVISE the stuff that you have gone through. This way you will reiterate to your sub-conscious mind that the material is exhaustive enough and hence boost the confidence.

PRACTICE the CATs. Once you are through with them, don't look at the score,make sure to analyse each and every question(whether right/wrong) in depth. The aim should be to make sure that a particular mistake is never repeated in the subsequent exams and to come up with a strategy that suits you the best.

Lastly, always be SELF CONFIDENT,OPTIMISTIC and PERSISTENT.

Best Wishes!!

Hi Rohan,

Your words of encouragement are truly appreciated. You may well be right; I could be building up the exam to be something more than it really is. Many software developers think they are good with math, and I am no exception. Nonetheless, the process of preparation is humbling.

That said - I have invested too much time to change course now. I’ve got my mind set on Duke, and nothing else will do. I’m applying for round six, so I have some time (but not too much). I will keep plugging away at it as long as I can. If I end up not doing well, it won't be for a lack of effort.

Again, thank you for the kind words ... I hope to be able to repay the favor at some point – Merry Christmas!

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Hi, I am newbie.This is my frist post ...lol.
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New post 28 Dec 2010, 13:17
Welcome to the club!

you are on a right path joining our 100k members community.

Please see this threads, they will help you to orient in your GMAT jorney:
Study plan: gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html?highlight=ml301
Best books(review): best-gmat-books-77703.html
All practice tests: all-gmat-cat-practice-tests-links-prices-reviews-77460.html?highlight=ml502 One of the most realiable tests is GMATprep - download it from mba.com

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New post 29 Dec 2010, 01:29
Hi, my name is Reynaldo. I have a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration focused on Banking and Finance from a top South American University in 2007, with a minor in Financial Engineering. I worked in a Big Four consulting firm for a couple of months, then move to the financial industry, until the 2008 financial crisis hit hard and I was let go, this prompt me to move to another industrial area, which I found on the financial side of the construction business, until this year when I decided to buy a franchise.
My first try at the gmat is expected to be on February 2011, I have been studying since September.

Thanks to all the contributors in the site,

Good luck on your GMAT

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