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02 May 2005, 08:35
I have been working really hard on my studies but I do not not see any improvements on my score. I have been getting 38 in math and 36 in the verbal section . Some friends have been telling me to schedule the test but I am not feel confident to do that . what do you all advice me to do ?
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02 May 2005, 10:58
Well if you don't feel confident, i suggest you reschedule so you can have enough time to practice.,

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09 May 2005, 20:35
flsilvei wrote:
I have been working really hard on my studies but I do not not see any improvements on my score. I have been getting 38 in math and 36 in the verbal section . Some friends have been telling me to schedule the test but I am not feel confident to do that . what do you all advice me to do ?

Don't schedule the test...don't schedule it till you are confident enough...two things....one...you can schedule it anytime you feel you are ready...you might not get your desired day and time slot...but you will be able to take the test within a week max...

second...if you are not confident during the G day...chances are you will be more nervous and shaky and hence will not do well...

what i did was set a target score and study for it...schedule the test as soon as you cross the target score in a practice test...take the test within a month....

Best of luck

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10 May 2005, 15:40
I generally agree with luminos 24 with a slight twist: I would schedule the test within the intermediate future (i.e. a few month away) so that you have a firm date in mind to "discipline" yourself into preparing.

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