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# Man, I got nightmare studying too much

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06 Dec 2004, 01:46
For real, I was haft concious - haft awake and I had a weird dream seeing myself doing sentence correction problem. But instead of choosing words choice, here I see my body parts placing in different spots and I got to pick the best spot using Process Of Elimination. That was crazy man!!!
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06 Dec 2004, 02:53
Welcome to the GMAT Obsessive club. Look like you were reading 'split infinitive and how its almost always wrong on the GMAT' and perhaps the reason you saw yourself 'split apart'. Dont worry its quite normal!!

There was this RC I was reading on 'nightmares' and 'night terrors' - how different these two are and in what stage of sleep you get them and stuff like that. I think this is one RC I understood the most.!!
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06 Dec 2004, 05:05
Yeah, I think my mind is getting too confusing over picking choice in SC.
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06 Dec 2004, 05:07
My nightmare was to have missed the alarm clock and missing the exam altogether. It happened within the 2 days prior to the exam in both my exam attempts
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06 Dec 2004, 14:26
I saw myself solvin an SC which I couldnt understand and actually shouted " HAD ", "HAVE", "HAS" in the middle of my sleep. My sis got very scared

Then again, I even saw myself getting a 45 out of 32... Isnt it wierd???
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07 Dec 2004, 06:02
yeah I have been there too. Some time I really doubt the validity of this this CAT format to judge student's abilities. I wish there were a better way.
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07 Dec 2004, 08:56
yeah. i totally agree with praveen on how the test is not suitable to measure the students ability to their full extent. on the topic of nightmares ;]] some of the stuff i read is kinda crazy ;]] i had a similar nightmare, where i registered for the exam and showed up half an hour late at the wrong test center ;]] lol hope i dont do that at my test date in april .
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