- Posted by Prepglobe
- On May 20, 2018
Folks, It is very important to have proper strategy in place if you are repeating your GMAT exam. Most of the time GMAT candidates get stuck at some score which they are not able to cross even after repeating GMAT exam. So it becomes very important to look into the strategy that one have followed and properly analyze as what went wrong while writing GMAT exam first time. As you can always ask for enhanced score report (ESR) of the GMAT exam attempted. Analysis of ESR of the GMAT score is very important as it helps you identify the problematic areas where one went wrong in and the topics/type of questions as whether it is problem solving or data sufficiency which had major problem. Moreover, if the candidate have prepared at their own while writing the GMAT exam first time then it is always recommended to take help from GMAT Expert or Tutor who have been following the GMAT exam since long and have good number of years of experience of training and guiding candidates to make them move beyond a score at the GMAT exam. At times it is not only the content that you followed while preparing but also the strategy that you follow in the last 20 days of your GMAT exam plays a crucial role to decide your final score. If possible it is recommended that candidate should be able to focus fully on the GMAT exam without any distraction in the last 20 days of their exam as they need to write around 8 to 10 full length mock test almost every alternate days and days in between they should work on the areas where they could not do well. One should always priortise working on the topics which have significant scope for improvement in comparison to the GMAT exam attempted earlier. Maintaining error logs of the questions which candidate got stuck at or took longer time or not be able to solve while doing practice of different questions should be maintained properly. As doing this candidates should be then able to do revision of the concerned topics and problems in the last month of their GMAT exam.