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New post 07 Sep 2012, 13:15
I used to be an old and regular member of the GmatClub. I took the GMAT in 2005 Dec, and got a decent score (730). However, due to personal and professional reasons, never got to do my MBA. 7 years later, I am planning to get back. I guess it is never too late to take it, as long as you have the drive and motivation in place. But, how times have changed. GmatClub has changed it's interface radically, and so has the format of the exam itself (the new IR section). I will be an active participant of this forum, so you will hear more from me.

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EDIT - Forgot to mention that my GMAT scores have long expired... so it back to square one for me.

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New post 07 Sep 2012, 13:17
Darth_McDaddy wrote:
I used to be an old and regular member of the GmatClub. I took the GMAT in 2005 Dec, and got a decent score (730). However, due to personal and professional reasons, never got to do my MBA. 7 years later, I am planning to get back. I guess it is never too late to take it, as long as you have the drive and motivation in place. But, how times have changed. GmatClub has changed it's interface radically, and so has the format of the exam itself (the new IR section). I will be an active participant of this forum, so you will hear more from me.

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I found your forum site more user-friendly and fantastic. Keep it up guys.

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New post 05 Nov 2012, 09:38
Thank you for free grammar book. I am sure it is excellent material.

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What type of work experience do you need for GMAT?

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New post 14 Aug 2013, 17:49
Hello Everyone,

i have just joined the GMAT Club. I am a Software Test Engineer from Pune, India.

All this while i was learning about GMAT. I have collected most of the Material such as MGMAT, OG & PowerScore CR Bible. Also,i have downloaded the GMATClub Math Book.

I am all set to start my Prep from tomorrow morning. I gave my first GMATPrep Mock as a diagnostic and scored a total of 320. Pathetic score :cry: but i haven't lost hope.I scored very poorly in Quant(Very Weak here) and Verbal (Don't Even Ask). I made the following mistakes during the test:

1. Lack of concentration: Couldn't stare at the screen for too long and couldn't sit in one place for 4 hours straight
2. I am very poor at both Verbal and Quant(Guess the Indian Engineer Myth is busted). Didn't know what to write for Argument and Screwed up my IR too.
3. So many mistakes in Sentence Correction. Trusted my ear and it all fell apart.
4. Reading speed is slow and so is Mental Calculation speed. Forgot Tables,Squares,Cubes and so on.

I have decided to Complete my Basic Prep by November end and start Extra Practice and Mocks from then on.

I am going to Give GMAT only 1 attempt and i'm going to make it my best :x .I'm starting prep tomorrow :x :x :x :x :x :x .

Bye for now.
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New post 19 Sep 2013, 01:44
hello all! It will be really interesting to participate in this discussion.

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