Articles tagged "GMAT Stress"

The Real GMAT Timing Danger

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - The Real GMAT Timing Danger by James Brock

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So you’ve been studying for the GMAT for a couple months now and feel like you’re learning a ton and getting a lot better, but your score just won’t budge. Sound familiar? Or maybe your score is moving, but not getting where you want it to be. When you look at individual questions, they all more or less make sense, but when you try to put it all together on a practice test, the score still comes out the same as it always is. What gives? Read more

How to Handle GMAT Stress Without Freaking Out

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - How to Handle GMAT Stress Without Freaking Out by Elaine Loh

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Have you spent months studying for the GMAT? Taken a class? Done private tutoring? Do you have an error log? Do you have a strict study schedule? Have you done everything absolutely right and the looming test is still FREAKING YOU OUT?!?! Read more

Stressed Out? Meditate to Lower Your Anxiety and Boost Your GMAT Score

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Are you feeling incredibly stressed out when you sit down to study for the GMAT? (Or maybe I should ask, who isn’t?) Do you find it hard to concentrate on the task at hand?

Researchers at the University of California at Santa Barbara recently published the results of a study following 48 undergrads seeking to boost cognitive performance. Jan Hoffman details the research in a blog post over at the New York Times; here’s a summary. Read more