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14 Jul 2010, 23:22
hi guys,

could you please advise me what to do in the last week of preparation.

Ive already been through GPREP once. Ive done it at least 30 times, however I did it 6 months ago.
Ive done many times GPREP SC by Sondenso (the set of SC from GPREP) many many times and actually keep doing it right now.
Ive been through all OGs many times as well. The only thing that Ive been only once is the Verbal review.
Last 1.5 month Ive been concentrating heavily on LSAT (about 10 full tests) and GMATCLUB tests.

So the question is - what to do in the last week? Check the GPREP again? Or proceed doing LSAT tests?

Thanks a lot for your help!
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14 Jul 2010, 23:26
I would take a few tests (don't kill yourself the few days before). 24 hours before the exam, take a GMAT Prep. Then relax for the remainder of the day.

Also: 1-week-left-suggestions-on-what-to-do-90084.html
Here are some other thoughts from a while ago: the-24-hours-before-a-gmat-exam-10635.html
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14 Jul 2010, 23:31
thanks a lot BB!
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15 Jul 2010, 11:43
It seems that bb pretty much answered your question. But I would actually recommend taking two days off prior to the test, as it seems that you have done quite a bit of preparation.

A number of people recommend bringing a small pack of almonds, chocolate, and Gatorade to the test center. I ate almonds and drank Gatorade. Both helped me to maintain my energy levels. I also splashed cold water on my face during the breaks. Always take advantage of the breaks!

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why-shouldn-t-i-study-the-day-before-again-64951.html
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