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# The GMAT Stress Experience Survey

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17 Mar 2013, 19:17
Hi everybody!

I'm not an MBA hopeful, I'm currently getting my Masters in Teaching at DePaul University. This term, I'm taking an Educational Psychology course, and for a project, I'm studying the effects of standardized tests on stress, specifically, the GMAT.

If you wouldn't mind taking the Google survey, I would greatly appreciate it:

Since the data is pretty interesting, I made it so that you can see the results after you get to the end. It's only about 18 questions long, so it shouldn't take longer than a couple of minutes. It's also completely anonymous.

If there's any interest, I'll post my paper too, when it's finished! Please let me know in the comments!

Once again, thank you!

Dale
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20 Mar 2013, 05:48
DaleG wrote:
Hi everybody!

I'm not an MBA hopeful, I'm currently getting my Masters in Teaching at DePaul University. This term, I'm taking an Educational Psychology course, and for a project, I'm studying the effects of standardized tests on stress, specifically, the GMAT.

If you wouldn't mind taking the Google survey, I would greatly appreciate it:

Since the data is pretty interesting, I made it so that you can see the results after you get to the end. It's only about 18 questions long, so it shouldn't take longer than a couple of minutes. It's also completely anonymous.

If there's any interest, I'll post my paper too, when it's finished! Please let me know in the comments!

Once again, thank you!

Dale

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20 Mar 2013, 13:40
Thanks for the help! Anybody else who can fill it out, I would greatly appreciate it. I'm still looking for a few more people to make it more statistically strong! ^_^
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