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Thanks for the insight! I too started with practice exams and quickly realized I had to go back to the basics of math and verbal and study the content/methods/rules before going to the next level of test prep. I am using Manhattan Prep's materials - Going through their "fundamentals of math" and "fu...
Thanks for the insight. In retrospect this was kind of a silly post. I am more just curious what people in this avenue are doing outside of work in terms of leadership -- not so much how it will be advantageous in the GMAT application process. I have a good mix of leadership experience and community...
Hi BTGMAT -
As I am planning on applying for schools within the next 6 months I feel that I could benefit in the admissions process if I have some leadership roles outside of work. Has, or is, anyone here trying to ramp up this aspect prior to applying to schools? Interested in your insight.
I greatly appreciate sharing your journey. As someone new to the GMAT this is very helpful. I wrote down the "3 things to know" that the instructor taught you. This will be used in shaping my approach. I also will check out the NY library on 42nd street as a study spot.
Incredible! I am just starting the GMAT process and am already caught up in books, strategies, and planning my GMAT journey. I really enjoyed your perspective and it will change how I approach my preparation. Bravo!
Congrats on your score.
- by rmt99e
Thu Jun 11, 2015 6:36 am
- Forum: I just Beat The GMAT!
- Topic: Rocked The GMAT - Scored 800 (Q51 V51) - Via Meditation
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This is my first post on here, and I'm just starting to study. Congratulations and thanks for sharing your insight. I hope to see the same improvement.