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Merry XMas everyone! I have no clue who on earth forced me

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25 Dec 2003, 15:49
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Merry XMas everyone! I have no clue who on earth forced me to study instead of enjoying Xmas but I think this can partly be explained by addiction. Ever since I found out about this site, I'm always refreshing my screen. Self-indulgence is not an option for me!
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25 Dec 2003, 15:56
Paul wrote:
Merry XMas everyone! I have no clue who on earth forced me to study instead of enjoying Xmas but I think this can partly be explained by addiction. Ever since I found out about this site, I'm always refreshing my screen. Self-indulgence is not an option for me!

very true.

bb, do you hear this? you are making people addictive to this wonderful site. hooo...is it a conspiracy or internet trafficking? Thanks to all the people, who gave life to a gene , for making the gmat study a wonderful experience.

job well done.

hale gmat..!
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25 Dec 2003, 17:18
Paul wrote:
Merry XMas everyone! I have no clue who on earth forced me to study instead of enjoying Xmas but I think this can partly be explained by addiction. Ever since I found out about this site, I'm always refreshing my screen. Self-indulgence is not an option for me!

hahaha! Thanks Paul! GMAT preparation can be an abyssmal road - the test can make life less pleasureable for many - especially obsessive compulsive and ascetic types like me. I too am addicted with GMAT preparation - in fact, I think I'll take a full length practice test in 30 mins. Wish me luck! I'll let you guys know my score if I'm up to it!

For the rest of you - TURN OFF YOUR F'ing COMPUTERS AND GET SLOSHED - IT'S CHRISMAS!!!!

Merry X-Mas

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26 Dec 2003, 09:31
I live in NYC and lucky that my office is a 15min walk from home. Spent all Xmas there studying, as today. I am also lucky that I am off until Jan 5, that is when I will be taking the test. But man, every minute counts....

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26 Dec 2003, 10:12
Hopefully, your hardwork will pay off - Good luck to you!
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26 Dec 2003, 11:16
Hey Titleist, what study program did you end up using and what did you end up scoring?
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26 Dec 2003, 14:00
Hey Paul,

I took a Powerprep - scored a 720 - that' prob. because I had previous exposure to the questions that are in the official guide. I plan on taking some Kaplan tests this w/e. How's your review coming along Paul? It appear that you're set for the quant part at least.

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26 Dec 2003, 14:22
My exam is scheduled for Jan 17, 03. As I said in a previous post, actually my first one ever on this site, I was devastated by my Kaplan score. I obtained 660 on my first test and 590 on my second one. I then found out about this site and it was a real comfort to see that 590 could still yield something in the 700s on the actual exam. Recently, I have done the PP and got 760/730 but, like you, I had done all of the problems in the OG. My Kaplan scores are 660/590/610 so far. Got 1 more Kaplan to do and I may buy PR next week and finish off with that. Did not get to practice a lot of AWA but I memorized PR's template and will go with that.
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26 Dec 2003, 14:25
anything in the 600s is pretty good for kaplan - i don't think they have the CAT algorithm quite right. It seems like you're in pretty good shape - good luck to you - you should do just fine!
26 Dec 2003, 14:25
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