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New post 17 Sep 2005, 22:49
Hi Friends,

This mail might sound you'll bit wierd but I am sure there will be few amongst us going through same state. I started preparing for GMAT some 3 odd months back but after 20 days of preparation, I got very busy with my office work and had to cancel my GMAT date.

Now, after 3 months, I am aspiring to jump back into this with full flow and ofcourse very very high spirits. My expectations with myself are very very high and I just don't want to stop somewhere again in my this inning.

I have started brushing up my basics by going through verbal notes but at the back of my mind, few things keep me annoyed and under stress - will I be able to make it to 700+ mark, will I be able to take time off my work and study, will 2-2.5 months of preparation time be enough. I am nervy by heart and I get taut soon by such pressure. I realy do not know how to handle this at this stage. I want to ask you'll that is there something that you'll say to yourself everyday to keep yourself motivated and away from such stress. This is getting onto me like anything and its realy getting difficult to manage this pressure. please advise, what I should be doing to come out of this so that I can focus on my studies well enough to ace !

Also, I have materials and GmatClub club with me to assist me with all technical study but I need some support mentally. I am confident that If I'll get into groove I will do well but am still waiting for such a moment that will give me a real push mentally and advise that will keep me motivated till my test day. I hope you understand that this situation drains one's lots of constructive energy which he would have spent on study. Please advise so that my studies, my efforts, my confidence makes more sense and help me to get me max and the best performance. I have been part of this forum for a week now and am grateful to everyone who has helped so far in one or the other way but now i need help in situation mentioned above. Thanks alot !
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Working hard you will defeat the GMAT monster!!!


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