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20 Feb 2008, 02:37
I've done all of the Princeton Review, Kaplan, and OG 11th edition problems, reviewed my answers, redid the problems I got wrong, and took several full length practice GMATs.

In the next two weeks, I plan on working on some concept I've been struggling with and doing 2 more GMATs.

My question to those who already took the GMAT - how did you prepare during the last two weeks? I can of course continue doing 30-40 problems a day like I have been doing, but I'm afraid I'll burn out at the same time. I believe you can "overstudy" for something - which leads to over-analyzing problems, and then getting it wrong (yes, this has happened to me before!).

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20 Feb 2008, 03:24
lmshaw wrote:
I've done all of the Princeton Review, Kaplan, and OG 11th edition problems, reviewed my answers, redid the problems I got wrong, and took several full length practice GMATs.

In the next two weeks, I plan on working on some concept I've been struggling with and doing 2 more GMATs.

My question to those who already took the GMAT - how did you prepare during the last two weeks? I can of course continue doing 30-40 problems a day like I have been doing, but I'm afraid I'll burn out at the same time. I believe you can "overstudy" for something - which leads to over-analyzing problems, and then getting it wrong (yes, this has happened to me before!).

definitely don't over study the last 2-3 days before exam. You will not learn anything majorly new in the last two weeks. I think focus has to be on endurance training and review.

so i think its best to do as many CATS as possible, with AWA (this is essential). and review review review.

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Re: Two weeks before exam...   [#permalink] 20 Feb 2008, 03:24
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