Thursday, April 24, 2008


I realize I've been sorely lacking in motivation to study for the GMAT. Ever since I got back from my USC visit, I don't think I've opened a book or taken a practice test! This must end, and will do so tonight. I need to do a better job of preventing outside influences (read: friends at the bar or the GF) from keeping me from studying.

I also realize that I should set a date, to give me an end goal. Right now I just sort of float through the process, knowing it's ok if I don't study because I haven't set a date. Well, that also will change. I'm thinking the middle of June would be ok. If I need to retake the test, that would give me time to study and fix my errors and take it again a month or so late, and leave plenty of time for a possible third test (if needed...God I hope not!)

I know I need to focus on sentence correction and data suffiency, as those are my two worst areas. Any tips on DS?

1 comment:

JulyDream said...

First off, the date is the most important part. If you have a date, you have an end date and therefore feel the pressure mounting.

As for DS... try not to over think the problems. Best thing to do is practice. I can't think of any big suggestions off the top of my head, but will see if I have any notes. GOOD LUCK!