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03 Nov 2006, 20:21
How do you guys practice? I tape myself to see how long my responses are.
(the timer shows me).

19 views and not one response?
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04 Nov 2006, 08:12
rhyme wrote:
How do you guys practice? I tape myself to see how long my responses are.
(the timer shows me).

19 views and not one response?

well i am doing the same thing and so far so good. However, one should not take more than 3 minutes in answering any question including "walk me through your resume" type questions. the challange for me is to contain myself and keep all of my responses within 2 minutes. Another thing that i found challenging is how to finish your respone in an effective way. You do not want to repeat yourself but at the same time , sometimes you want to summarize your answer. Anyway, these were my 2 cents
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04 Nov 2006, 08:13
rhyme wrote:
How do you guys practice? I tape myself to see how long my responses are.
(the timer shows me).

19 views and not one response?

well i am doing the same thing and so far so good. However, one should not take more than 3 minutes in answering any question including "walk me through your resume" type questions. the challange for me is to contain myself and keep all of my responses within 2 minutes. Another thing that i found challenging is how to finish your respone in an effective way. You do not want to repeat yourself but at the same time , sometimes you want to summarize your answer. Anyway, these were my 2 cents
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04 Nov 2006, 08:14
Mock interviews are a good way to practice- I have helped other GMATClubbers with this.
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04 Nov 2006, 09:49
Hjort wrote:
Mock interviews are a good way to practice- I have helped other GMATClubbers with this.

Indeed. I've done some and theyve been helpful.
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04 Nov 2006, 12:07
Nothing special, I just talk to myself like I do anyways.
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04 Nov 2006, 12:20
pelihu wrote:
Nothing special, I just talk to myself like I do anyways.

I tape record myself yelling "You are stupid" and play it in a loop while I answer.

Just kidding.
04 Nov 2006, 12:20
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