Saturday, September 25, 2010


By all means write the GRE if you can memorize words, their synonyms and antonyms and can juggle your numbers fairly.
The GMAT is for you if you are highly analytical. Even the Verbal test needs an analytical mind.

I want to write the GRE on the back of the teaching I'm doing now, but I have to know about 500 words.

I want to re-write the GMAT but Probabilities, Rates and Counting are beating me down. Does it matter that the second time I took the test I gained a 100 points?

If only I could gain another 100 points on the GMAT!

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