The GMAT exam is complex and requires many hours of preparation. Included in the test preparation might be reviewing quantitative formulas, completing practice tests, reading study guides, and more. These are all methods that come to mind; however, there are several that aren’t so obvious. The following is a list of the most underestimated methods for GMAT test-preparation that can transform an average grade into a great one and help shave vital minutes off the total test taking time.
- Practice being confident.
A little anxiety is good. It creates a fire and a desperation that leads to dedication and focus.
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To be completely honest, curiosity was the most overpowering feeling that I had when first encountering the GMAT exam. Aside from a single semester of Business Administration that I had taken during undergrad, and did well in, I had no experience with the path that leads to an MBA program. After several years of working in media production I had decided that an MBA was my true calling. I was creative and ambitious but lacked a discipline and instinct that were necessary for success. Always attempting to strengthen my weaknesses I set forth my plan to attend business school. The … [ Read the rest ]