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# Taking leave from work for final week...ideas on study plan?

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02 Mar 2007, 02:51
Hey guys...my job requires me to forecast my vacation days out several months in advance. Right now i am slated to take the test on 30 April. I will take the final week off from work. Do you guys have any ideas on what i should focus on for that week? Should i just keep hitting the OG over and over, or practice CATs? How would you spend the final week if you had no obligations except the test?

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02 Mar 2007, 04:09
During the last week i would practice on the official practice questions only. So that means doing the OG, Gmat paper tests and Gmatprep...

I would leave the last day before test without any practicing, just reviewing some concepts.

That would be my plan

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02 Mar 2007, 07:22
I would try to take several CAT's, maybe as many as four in the final week. And also figure out what your specific weak areas are. For instance if you have difficulty with rate problems, or geometry problems, really take the time to get to know how those work.

Be careful you don't burn out though, don't go too heavy the day before the test, maybe just do some light reviewing as the previous reply suggested.

Good luck!

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# Taking leave from work for final week...ideas on study plan?

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