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New post 25 Jul 2012, 12:37
I'm planning to study for 2 hours a day on weekdays, and 5-6 hours on weekends. Was thinking 3 months in total, but friend suggested to do it in 2, since there is such a thing as "over study".

Also, is it best to register for the exam now, in the middle of my studies, or towards the end when I feel confident in my ability to nail the exam?

Open to suggestions, please share your opinions.

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New post 25 Jul 2012, 13:59
kblade,
It's better to register for the exam now and hold yourself accountable. Once you have a date set, you have no excuses to diverge from your study schedule. Further, once you tell others when you're taking the exam, it social motivates you from the outside to uphold your promise of taking the GMAT exam and scoring well. Don't under-estimate this as one of the biggest motivations for you to score high.

Read more about test registration for the GMAT Exam.

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