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Monday, August 10, 2009

Three Reminders To Ace Your GMAT

I told you on my first post that I did ace my GMAT. Now, I’m going to share with you some more information on how exactly that happened. I’m telling you, all the hypnosis, brainwave system and other steps I took did their job well in increasing my IQ. If I were you, go grab the opportunity now to enhance your brain power by doing them too. It never is too late to want to be smarter and have better IQ.

Going back to my story, I was still a bit nervous the day before I took the exam. You all know how laughable my GMAT score before was. I couldn’t even find a job after recession. But remembering the hard work I’ve put since then and all those techniques I did to increase my IQ, I started calming down. The day of the GMAT exam went by like a breeze and true enough, I was able to ace it!

So aside from doing hypnosis, doing the brain evolution system and studying the Roadmap to Genius, the following are the additional steps I took in preparation for GMAT:


Books to Read
I wasn’t good at math before and I used to hate seeing numbers. Just to make sure that this is no longer the case, I went through Forgotten Algebra for three months as a refresher course which I studied on my own time. I was amazed at how quickly I managed to solve the problems and I was surprised that numbers no longer intimidated me. That was a pretty good sign that indeed, my IQ was increasing!

I also got the book Kaplan 800. This book made the quantitative part of the test a lot easier to handle. I also got a general GMAT preparation book. I wrote down the most important notes, principles, rules and concepts on pieces of paper. If you have flashcards, better. It also aided my verbal language skills particularly when it comes to sentence completion, argument analysis which could be hard for most and reading comprehension which is on the easier side of things. I reviewed for about 2 hours a night as compared to others who did it for 4 hours a night. The last few days before the exam, I was just relaxing and making sure that I eat right. After all, it is important to relax the brain and not overtax it so that it may perform exceptionally well on the test day itself.


Take Classes
Not that I had to but I know many exam takers who attended a Kaplan or Princeton Review Class. I heard many good reviews about them especially for those who had a hard time when they took GMAT the first few times before. I do believe though that if you follow the other techniques I did, you won’t have to take classes.


Things to Remember
GMAT is an adaptive kind of test. As you do well, the harder the next questions will be and the higher score you’ll get. So be sure that you get many answers correct on the first few questions. Otherwise, you might get stuck with the easy questions and get a low score. Do everything you can to help increase your IQ. Try hypnosis, brainwave techniques and the Roadmap to Genius. Many people have used these techniques and they worked well for them. I tried them too and I've never been this good at anything before. Make sure you also ingest the right kinds of food and have enough sleep. There’s nothing better than a well rested mind and relaxed body.


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