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Five most common GMAT prep errors to avoid

Posted on August 3, 2018
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Unlike other tests, the very act of practicing for GMAT builds the skills needed on the test day. Below are the 5 most common preparation mistakes and how you should avoid them:

  1. Don’t undervalue the GMAT and fellow test-takers

Leaving preparation for the last moment is the worst thing you can do. The average prospective MBA student spends 1 year on the preparation according to GMAC. Do not end up trying to cram for the GMAT. Your chances of both scholarship and acceptance are the maximum in the 1st and 2nd rounds of application.

  1. Don’t learn for the GMAT, practice for it

You must not end up spending too much time on learning concepts. This will leave inadequate time for practicing of questions. Tackling real GMAT questions will offer you the most of the learning. GMAT is about building your cognitive abilities, not testing the existing ones.

  1. Use the correct materials, cleverly

GMAT official questions have no substitute. You must ensure to learn from each question as the tone of the GMAT is very specific. Learning process does involve committing mistakes. Ensure you understand your errors and not to repeat them, as quoted by the Business Because.

  1. Don’t ignore the Verbal section

The verbal section is something that you must not undervalue. The final GMAT score out of 800 is in fact slightly tilted more towards the verbal section. The verbal reasoning section is not about good business English contrary to the general perception. It is about your ability for verbal reasoning.

  1. Don’t overlook strategy – ‘know yourself’ prior to test day

You must be aware of the mistakes that you usually make. The strategies to prevent them must be in place wherever possible prior to attempting the GMAT. A clear idea of the questions that you get normally right or wrong must be in your mind.

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