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# Last Tips before taking the Exam

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31 Jul 2019, 13:05
Hey Guys!

After finishing two consecutive official CATs with 720 and 750 scores respectively, I decided to take the real thing next thursday.

Any last tips or recommendations to consider for the days before or on test day?

Cheers!

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01 Aug 2019, 23:28
DeOe22 - I would advice you to go through the below forum post. Also, please use the "search box" option to find some existing posts on last day tips. All the best and keep us posted on your performance.

GMAT Test-Day Tips: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-test-da ... 38831.html
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02 Aug 2019, 09:26
Hi DeOe22,

Great practice test scores! Since your test is in one week, you may consider taking one final practice exam over the weekend and/or engage is some focused verbal and quant practice to find and fix any remaining weak areas. However, as you get closer to test day, you should dial down the studying. If you must do something, do some light studying, such as focused practice and review of flash cards/notes from past topics to ensure that knowledge has not slipped through the cracks. Also, try to keep busy with activities other than GMAT prep: go out to dinner, go to the movies, binge-watch Netflix, go for a run … Do whatever you have to so you don’t spend the days leading up to your exam worrying about how things will go.

You also may find it helpful to read this article with more advice on how to treat the final week leading up to your exam as well as some test day tips.

Keep up the positive thoughts, try to relax, and crush the test!! Let me know how things turn out.
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Re: Last Tips before taking the Exam   [#permalink] 02 Aug 2019, 09:26

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