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Sunday 14th september, at the pearson professional centre , there was a question for me, and it elicited little interest.
I mean, all the pain i had undergone in the last 4 hrs, other than the pain , disappointment, tearful moments that had kept me company for the last 4-1/2 months, was suddenly overpowered by my sense of realisation that ' if not the GMAT , what else?' i suddenly came to terms with the fact that there are other things to do and move on in life, just like a relationship gone sour. But no matter what, life should go on........

"Sir, The computer is asking whether you want to see your score or not" -- The test administrator was next to me, hinting that i click 'yes'. well, anyway ,since i had got mentally prepared to get #@$ed, i said , "i'm not interested . you press the yes, , and i'll be at the reception. pls give me the printout".
What i saw however, a few seconds later almost sent my pulse rate soaring...
I saw a 7 in the hundreds digit , and on staring at the screen, i saw 700.
Quant- 50 Verbal-34.

About 5 months back , i decided that i would take the GMAT . I had lost total touch with my basics (i'm an engineer by qualification and an entrepreneur by profession). It was almost 4 yrs since i had any touch with my academics.i lost almost about 2-3 weeks , frantically trying to know what to study , from where to get it , and where do i stand etc etc. It was extremely excruciating to search for what is reqd to study , how much to study etc etc.

Almost 1 month into my preparation, i saw the gMAT CLUB website. i came here just by chance, only to become a perennial fan of the website. From here , i read different experiences, and stories of how people had beaten the gmat. Soon, i realised that GMAT took on personal overtones, rather than a larger sense of purpose. It became a person whom i had to fight and at the same time something i had to respect as i knew that disobeying the GMAT could cost me heavily.

I would sit for hours together in front of the screen from morning till i went to work, and as soon as i got back in the evening it would be computer. But as time passed and the date came closer , i realised that things were becoming worse. i was beginning to forget a lot of things. In the bargain, i had begin to lose lot of weight, and in my dreams, all i was getting was my friends, who were offering me different materials,a day prior to the exam ,telling me that if i studied it , i would score well. I stopped talking to people. I stopped going out. It was just sleep , drink ,eat gmat.But the thing was still elusive. i got a score of 550 on the kaplan 3 weeks prior to the exam and was devastated.

But the only thing i did'nt lose was my optimism."I always thought that i'm 100% true to myself. if things are not happening , probably its just my luck or destiny or whatever".Whenever i got a set back, i was always optimistic thinking that"i should improve, and i WILL do it in the next exam. There were days when i would feel lonely and miserable.Days which stil give me nightmares, when i reminsce about them. But i just fought back , and fought back and kept on fighting .........

GMAT PREP 1 .630( 3 days after Kaplan test).
This is where i differed from a lot of people. I dont think that prep is a true indicator of your actual marks.I kept telling myself "I CAN DO BETTER , I WILL NOT GIVE UP".It was very painful, as it was exerting a lot of pressure on my mind. Trust me , to get 630 2-1/2 weeks prior to your exam can be very difficult to assess. But being the fighter that i'am i kept the same mantra going on "im not giving up. i can do better. I WILL JUST NOT GIVE UP'
My eating habits became irregular, my sleeping habits went for a toss. i would sleep for 4-5 hrs, get up feeling heavy at 5 in the morning and sit in front of the computer with a cardboard, some scratch sheets and my pen. Books were strewn all around the house, and i had a minimum of 5 pens with me at any time. blue, green, red ,etc to mark the difficulty level of problems in the book.
Also, since im not an IT background , studying from the computer was a new thing. It took me almost 1month to get used to studying from the computer. My eyes used to water and i could not stare at the screen for a long time.But i thought to myself 'i dont mind giving my life for this thing'. And to worsen things, i also had a new business , which had to be tended to, along with teething technical and other managerial problems.As time passed , i saw no signs of improvement. Things were just getting worse. And to compound problems, i was beginning to get a headache as a result of sitting in front of the system.
"IS IT REALLY WORTH ALL THIS ? "I used to think.i talked to a lot of people who had taken the exam. I realised certain areas of weakness. There were times , when i used to hear stories like , "i got 720 on the prep and got 660 later on in the actual exam. i got 750 on the prep and got 690 later on".I thought to myself "if i'm getting 630 17 days prior to the exam, how much can i expect in the actual exam? probably 590?. i realised that time was soon running out for me , and i had two weeks to go and my pseudo sense of pride to salvage.

GMATPREP 2 (680). 13 days prior to exam.
This was a slight encouragement. I thought to myself. Probably the GMAT has realised whom it is taking on, and decided to play safe. That day i felt slightly better.As time passed, i had a roller coaster experience. But the only thing i kept telling myself was , "i will give everthing i have , till the last second " and thats what precisely i did. i intensified my studies in the last few days going on for almost 12-16 hrs at a stretch. i told the gmat "if you are tough, i'm tougher"

GMAT PREP 1(750)1 week prior to exam.
This may appear good, but i felt not too happy , as i saw a lot of repeat questions.But it was a sort of mental boost. i felt yes, im getting somewhere

GMAT PREP 2(730) 3 days prior to the exam
This was the real butt kicker. i felt a sense of pride and victory, when i saw this. Though some questions did repeat, it was a minority.It was a big risk i took to take the exam 3 days prior to the actual exam , as it could have swung either way. A setback could have had devastating effect on my mind.

Strangely, on the day of the exam, i had a sense of detatchment with this stupid thing. i thought to myself , i have put in enough. i must have clocked how many hrs , i dont know, sitting in front of the system.Still I went into the exam hall, with pensive mood.But later on i felt more lighter . Maths was really easy i felt( probably when one solves almost 3000 problems in two months, i guess it is bound to happen).No probability , no work-time, no distance , no mixtures. nothing . I thought 'since im getting easy questions, probably i'm doing very badly' I had a good time talking to the test administrator and was informed that one student had scored 790 i the morning. we spent the break just casually talking.
Verbal .....- well, what can i say about this fella? the lesser said , the better. The other unexpected thing that happened to me was that during both the breaks , i went to the loo, and as a result , my stomach became totally empty. i lost all my concentration, as i had not taken anything to eat during the break( how am i supposed to know that my stomach will act so weird???? :| ).i almost collapsed in the last 10 minutes of the exam,as things were beginning to look hazy. i could not distinguish one word from another. inference looked like conclusion and assumption looked like argument. I had enough i thought. There were 10 min remaining and i got a 45 line RC. i just read , clicked ,read ,clicked. I reminded myself, that "i had decided to fight till the last second and the last second was just another 5 min away.It was becoming too much. No energy, fatigue, depression , and the fact that my well done quant was washed away with the negative effects of verbal.
The time of calling finally came , and the rest .......... is history.

Guys, before i sign off , remember one thing. If you really want the gmat, be true to yourself.Dont think that by posting well on the website or on the forum, or because you were good in maths x yrs ago , or a english teacher y decades ago, you have a chance . GMAT admires people who are humble. It always wants to rule over us .ITS OK. But let it know that you have it in you to fight it. The battle ground is for fighters, who are candid about their limitations, not inherent geniuses who think they are god.Dont ever give up on the gmat. just try , try and try . There will be bad days and there will be worse days. But it is on such days , that one should be back with a bang. If dont do well in an exam 'ITS OK' the next exam is always there. try to learn your follies and improve on them.

Im just an average person , not a guru ( suresh ... is it familiar?? :wink: ). If i can do this, i think anyone else out there can also achieve this.Just keep reaffirming faith in yourself and put in your effort.'failures teaches much more than success' i learnt a lot more from getting less than from getting more, as i didnt make the same mistakes in the actual exam.

I think this advice is more important than what material i used, blah blah blah blah. Guys, im a human being. i used the same material that everyone used. its just that it used much much much muhc more than others.Testimony is
maths- 3000+ problems the 1s t time
maths- 3000 problems repeat revision.
verbal-1500 questions, repeating it 3 times.
well , when a human being does almost 10000 problems in 3 months, and tries to remember even 10% of it ...u can imagine.

I would like to thank some people who are responsible for this
1) mom and dad - thanks for letting me do what i wanted to do, having implicit faith in my actions and not questioning even once what i have set out to achieve, and also for giving me dinner during my late study nights and dad, for making hot tea every morning as soon as i got up. will definitely miss it. :(
2) serg a.k.a walker- I learnt maths and much much much more from him. His humility and helkping nature has brought about a large difference. Whenever i would feel down , i would read his debrief, which would encourage me. He has answered a lot of my questions with a patience and answered them in depth. i hope one day i will meet you.
3) Durgesh- One more fella, who became a good friend , my maths mentor and a friend who helped me with a lot of difficult things. i donno where he is post his exam.
4) x2suresh- We became really good pals, and i enjoyed joking around with him and with him pulling my leg. Suresh, i hope that you do really well on the GMAT. His sense of maths ....well i dont have to talk much about it. He has helped clear a lot of my doubts regarding maths, and im sure he will do really well as he has the aptitude for the gmat.
5) allenmoris- another person who taught to me my like the way my teachers in school taught me. He very elaborately taught me a lot of maths with detailed explanation. One of the few guys ,who is a master on the verbal section. thanks allen.

I also would like to thank my juniors from school who gave me valuable inputs regarding the actual test location and test conditions, AWA material etc etc , MY CRITICS, who thought that i'm cant see 700 in the given time period , and last, but not the least 'LADY LUCK' who decided to spend her evening with me. :wink:

(KINDLY HAVE A 100% TOLERANCE POLICY FOR BAD SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION OR GRAMMER) :lol:

if there are anyother things you guys want to know , lemme know. will be more than glad to help.

best of luck and cheers!!!!
arj

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Hey Buddy!!!! congrats!!!

Your Hard Work Paid off!!!!

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Very Happy for your performance!!!!!

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Hey Buddy!!!! congrats!!!

Your Hard Work Paid off!!!!

:beer :beer :beer :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Very Happy for your performance!!!!!

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Hi

Congratz for a nice score......... After reading your post, i feel rejuvnated to take the GMAT again bcoz after two attempts and scroring 470 i thought i was finished and i can't achieve anything......... but u have proved nothing is impossible

I hope this time my luck also favours me.....

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Congratz for a nice score......... After reading your post, i feel rejuvnated to take the GMAT again bcoz after two attempts and scroring 470 i thought i was finished and i can't achieve anything......... but u have proved nothing is impossible

I hope this time my luck also favours me.....

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grab the bull by its horns and %$#^ it gurpreet!!!
talk to people ....lots of them.
thats one way you will definitely improve.
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Congrats arjtryarjtry,

I always thought that GMAT is for people who are already good in math and verbal. And that I won't be able to crack this beast given that I am an average Joe. Today after reading your post, I feel I should work harder. You showed that hard work does pay off. I have exactly one month to go.

Can you please tell us the source of tons of problems that you posted daily ?

You are a source of inspiration to many others on this forum like me. All the best for your apps. Right now its time to party for you. :bouncer :woohoo

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WOOHOO!!! Congrats!!! You math score is the same as mine ;)
It is really excellent news and a good example of my lovely principle: “You can reach all goals but there is only one person, who prevents you from achieving them – your reflection in a mirror

Good luck with your applications!!!
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WOOHOO!!! Congrats!!! You math score is the same as mine ;)
It is really excellent news and a good example of my lovely principle: “You can reach all goals but there is only one person, who prevents you from achieving them – your reflection in a mirror

Good luck with your applications!!!
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thanks serg!!!
its time for me to :drunk
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Can you debrief your Verbal preparation.?
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Arj,
Truly inspiring post. Good luck with the applications and see you around in the forum.... Hope I follow the same route.

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Reading your debrief one day prior to my test is nothing but motivating.
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hey arj,
congrats !!!happy for u :-D
actually yes u are the inspiration for people like me :-D even i gave up after a 550 in kaplan but hard work pays :-D definitely.Now im bucked up
God bless !!!Do well!!
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Can you debrief your Verbal preparation.?


well... sure.
my studying for verbal was very crude. i always thought that my english is decent enough, and so, SC should not be a problem.I was totally mistaken. I began with theprinceton review, but i still didnt know what sort of mistakes to focus on etc etc, as there is more humor in that book than there is useful material . i later moved on to the OG, but it was all still very vague. i didnt know why one sentence was wrong, even though, i felt that it was correct. THE THING IS I HAD NOT LEARNT THE GMAT WAY ......when i began to read the forums , i discovered something everbody was mentioning, i.e the MGMAT SC guide. I still being the arrogant fellow iam thought to myself... " what can be there in that guide ,which is not there in other books. its just a psychological thing...." etc . But after a few weeks, when i did'nt see any improvement in my SC, i went through the guide and was really surprised to discover so many ways of shortlisting mistakes. I HAD A SET OF SHEETS ATTACHED TO THE GUIDE, in which i began to write down any net SC i would discover which were unusual. i wrote the entire SC, with the options, with a view that i would go thro it in the last minute. i always carried it around , and would read and read and read it again and again. Writing down some new SC also helped me.
also, sondenso's collection of gmat prep SC helped me. its a collection of about 185 sentences from the prep. i went thro that twice.
KAPLAN 800 SC also was excellent, though slightly different. i went through it twice . there are bout 100sc IN the book
For CR, nothing like the powerscore CR bible. i accidently discovered this , when a friend of mine suggested it to me. He told me to just go through it. (how can one just go thro 525 pages??) so i decided to go through the entire thing . i read the entire book about 2 times and marked different parts with different coloured pens , in order to differentiate. also the GMAT 800 BOOk cr is also quite good.apart from this, i went through tons of CR , well... on the forums, on material available on the net etc etc . i would try to relate with the gmat bible . i must have read atleast 700 CR.
For RC, i found this software called GMATTER, which is quite helpful. it is just like the gmat prep software , but it contains about 100 RC, with a same background and options etc. i went through about 50 RC, plus the entire RC on the 0G 11 , entire set of OG10 , entire set of OG VERBAL REVIEW, kaplan 800.
i also went thro every forum to search for the best way to get a good method to solve RC, but found that RC solving is unique to a person and it is something that one should try and develop on his own ,rather than get from someone.
But the key is practice , practice , practice and more practice. read , read and read.
when my dad or mom or friend used to say something, i used to think "ok they are concluding like this.... but what is the premise they are using? is what they say justified?". i began to view everyones way of talking like a SC or a CR and began to analyse it . it may seem strange , but probably thats how much fanatic i had become.
i hope this helps.
will be on the forum anyway, so am always available.
cheers and best of luck!!!!

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Arj,
Can you debrief your Verbal preparation.?


well... sure.
my studying for verbal was very crude. i always thought that my english is decent enough, and so, SC should not be a problem.I was totally mistaken. I began with theprinceton review, but i still didnt know what sort of mistakes to focus on etc etc, as there is more humor in that book than there is useful material . i later moved on to the OG, but it was all still very vague. i didnt know why one sentence was wrong, even though, i felt that it was correct. THE THING IS I HAD NOT LEARNT THE GMAT WAY ......when i began to read the forums , i discovered something everbody was mentioning, i.e the GMAT SC guide. I still being the arrogant fellow iam thought to myself... " what can be there in that guide ,which is not there in other books. its just a psychological thing...." etc . But after a few weeks, when i did'nt see any improvement in my SC, i went through the guide and was really surprised to discover so many ways of shortlisting mistakes. I HAD A SET OF SHEETS ATTACHED TO THE GUIDE, in which i began to write down any net SC i would discover which were unusual. i wrote the entire SC, with the options, with a view that i would go thro it in the last minute. i always carried it around , and would read and read and read it again and again. Writing down some new SC also helped me.
also, sondenso's collection of gmat prep SC helped me. its a collection of about 185 sentences from the prep. i went thro that twice.
KAPLAN 800 SC also was excellent, though slightly different. i went through it twice . there are bout 100sc IN the book
For CR, nothing like the powerscore CR bible. i accidently discovered this , when a friend of mine suggested it to me. He told me to just go through it. (how can one just go thro 525 pages??) so i decided to go through the entire thing . i read the entire book about 2 times and marked different parts with different coloured pens , in order to differentiate. also the GMAT 800 BOOk cr is also quite good.apart from this, i went through tons of CR , well... on the forums, on material available on the net etc etc . i would try to relate with the gmat bible . i must have read atleast 700 CR.
For RC, i found this software called GMATTER, which is quite helpful. it is just like the gmat prep software , but it contains about 100 RC, with a same background and options etc. i went through about 50 RC, plus the entire RC on the 0G 11 , entire set of OG10 , entire set of OG VERBAL REVIEW, kaplan 800.
i also went thro every forum to search for the best way to get a good method to solve RC, but found that RC solving is unique to a person and it is something that one should try and develop on his own ,rather than get from someone.
But the key is practice , practice , practice and more practice. read , read and read.
when my dad or mom or friend used to say something, i used to think "ok they are concluding like this.... but what is the premise they are using? is what they say justified?". i began to view everyones way of talking like a SC or a CR and began to analyse it . it may seem strange , but probably thats how much fanatic i had become.
i hope this helps.
will be on the forum anyway, so am always available.
cheers and best of luck!!!!

Oh grt yes this helps !!!
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Congrats for awesome score. You nailed it :rocket . Good luck for application and essay.
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Congrats for awesome score. You nailed it :rocket . Good luck for application and essay.


thanks...

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Congrats for awesome score. You nailed it :rocket . Good luck for application and essay.


thanks...

i owe this more to others who have helped me get there, more than my own contribution.Also , i dedicate this to so many people like me, who are just average, but have lots of dreams...and are trying and trying to crack the GMAT...
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congrats Arjun,

and well said in debrief ..... all the best for Apps

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recieved my Analytical writing scores today..
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got my TOEFL score .. 113... major relief, as i took it one week after my GMAT, and used my GMAT skills to answer it .... ...

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