There Is NO GMAT Focus Issue That Can’t Be Fixed Once Diagnosed

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There Is NO GMAT Focus Issue That Can’t Be Fixed Once Diagnosed[/align]

Students wonder all the time, can a weak GMAT Focus be overcome? The answer is YES!

The fact is, there is a fix for every GMAT Focus issue under the sun. If you earned a lower score than expected on test day, there will be concrete reasons why. You may be able to easily identify those reasons– for instance, nerves got the best of you. Or, you may need to take some time to uncover them. Whatever the diagnosis, rest assured, it’s not terminal!

If you’re starting with a low baseline score, it’s important to remember that your starting score is just a snapshot in time. It’s not the score you’re going to stay at. You’re going to study and put in the work to increase your score. Really, your baseline score is just a tool to help you figure out how long you may need to study in order to reach your score goal. Other than that, it kind of doesn’t even matter what your baseline is!

So, whether you’re starting with a lower score than you’d like or test day didn’t turn out as planned, if you find yourself losing hope as to your GMAT Focus prospects, remind yourself: every GMAT Focus “ailment” has a cure. You just need the right medicine!

Warmest regards,

Scott Woodbury-Stewart
Founder & CEO, Target Test Prep