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The will to succeed is important, but what's more important is the will to prepare. – Bobby Knight

The Last Leg!


Yup, just about a week left for my Second (and final) GMAT. I have been bit itchy last couple of days as the pressure is mounting, since this will be the last attempt to actually think of even applying to my dream school. Though i am trying to play on the ground level (trying to not to go to excited state) I often find myself day dreaming nightmares! This has chewed up a some (a lot actually) of my practice time. So, finally i decided to chalk out a plan – i am not sure if i will stick to it, but it at least gives me something to look up to every day


1. Finish Up Bunuel’s Collections about 70+ Each of PS and DS

2. Finish up SriHari’s Posts

3. Finish About 50-70Β  30 700 Level Problems


1. RC – Finish up Aristotle 99

2. CR OG – Topicwise (100/140 Qs) – I seem to remember most of the answers. No use practicing.

3. CR – GMAT Prep Collection ( 15*6) did 15*2

4. SC – GMAT Prep Collection (15*4)

5. SC Brutal Series – 40/100 Remaining


Get at least 30-40 Questions Practice That is 5 A day Approximately


One hour for Concepts – Digging Internet. Get couple of practice during full length Tests.

Full Length tests:

Kaplan Diagnostic , GMAT Prep, and MCATs.


I Plan to sit and sort out the strategies (which I have complied since I first started GMAT preparation). This should take about 3 hours max. Took me about 5 hours! At least I am done with it!

Fingers crossed. I am sincerely hoping on the day of the exam I have all these checklists done! – Almost done. Might have missed about 20/30 qs in each.

I will keep updating this post as and when I complete something! (I have a reason to come back to the blog you see ;)) I am relaying on a bucket loads of tea and a truck loads of perseverance to go through this final lap.

Wish me the best ;)!


4 thoughts on “The Last Leg!

  1. All the best πŸ™‚ Do well. Surely you can crack the GMAT this time. Just keep in mind that it’s just a test, you’ll not feel self-conscious. Believe in yourself.

    P.S- Just out of curiosity, what’s your dream school?

    P.P.S- I need to improve on quants and looking for a mentor like you, let me know after you are done with the GMAT for good ( in a nice way, of course :)) I would love to speak to you and take your guidance. πŸ™‚

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