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Is there usually a waiting list to take the GMAT?

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Is there usually a waiting list to take the GMAT?

Post Mon Sep 11, 2006 10:00 am
How long before I take my test should I think about scheduling, is it hard to get a test date?

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Post Tue Sep 12, 2006 1:23 am
been to the site??
which site are you talking about mba.com?
anyways doesnt matter..

there are indeed plenty of websites//forums// great blogs on internet world.

a case might be that guy is natually talented..

i know a person who managed to score 700+ with that creepy-1000's material.(seems impossible to me though..)
...but that doesnt mean 1000's alone is a good resource for scoring 700+.
the case is: it suited him so that he excelled with 1000s/

Honestly i havent check the scoretop.com site & i have no regrets Very Happy

if i feel limited then i would go on & search some more sites but till then i have bunch of resources in my kitty.

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Post Mon Sep 11, 2006 8:20 pm
It's a good website as well. Worth checking out as a GMAT resource. However, there isn't any one website or reference book that can guarantee a 750+ score. Your best strategy is to look at the wide spectrum of resources available, and spend a LOT of time practicing!

Practice is the key to scoring well on the GMAT; it's very simple.

Best of luck!

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Post Mon Sep 11, 2006 8:13 pm
Been to the site and have seen post from socalled people who say the recieved over 750s with studying scoretop alone. yet i havent seen anyone in this forum speak about scoretop good or bad. any thoughts?

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Post Mon Sep 11, 2006 7:11 pm
N800 wrote:
How long before I take my test should I think about scheduling, is it hard to get a test date?
It's pretty easy to secure a test date. Just call a few weeks before your desired date and you shouldn't have any problems.

That said, it might be a good idea to schedule your test NOW. Setting your test date early in your prep will give you a goal to work towards and may actually help you stay focused on your studies.

Best of luck!

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