Preparing for the GMAT can be likened to a long distance marathon rather than a last minute sprint. It requires a lot of planning of sustained sessions of practice. High acheiving GMAT takers spend at least 120 hours practicing for it. In this post, we shall put you through on how to prepare for the GMAT.
(1) Keep a diary: Write down your thoughts and ideas as they come to you and refer to them latter.
(2) Create a GMAT Timetable: Work out your commitments and hours of study.This will keep your studying times in pattern and ensure consistency.
(3)Trust your Intuition: If you are pushed for time come the time for GMAT, eliminate answers by using your intuition.
(4) Be ambitious: When prepping for the GMAT, you should be targeting GMAT scores that are 50 points higher than you are looking for to allow for on the day fluctuations.
(5) Stick to a schedule: Set for yourself time milestones for the real examinations and keep to them. Don’t be the person that runs out of time.
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