I am presenting you a story of Jack, a normal GMAT test taker.
Lately, I observed, students’ negative drive towards taking the test; Jack is one of them. I can see many Jacks out there roaming on GMAT forums. They usually postpone or retake the test because of low score they observe during their practice CAT tests.
As a result of it, I decided to write an article in my blog, based on how important it is to take GMAT once and for all.
Later, I dropped the idea and thought to place it on GMAT forums… That way I would make it more interactive.
[Editor’s note: I have published it in some GMAT forums first for response & one month later I published the compilied story on blog.]
I want your comments on the Jack’s story, folks.
I have my own opinion on this story (of course! I have written it, which you can read on the next pages/episode/articles)
Before I write further, here’s my background:
You might wonder that why should you read the story of the fictional character?
I have been thinking of b-schools since last 5-6 years. And GMAT is in my mind all day all night for last two years. In a process, I read as much as I could get on the internet. I joined online forums, interacted with people, enough to make a firm opinion on GMAT issues. On June end of this year I was fully prepared for GMAT. But due to my ignorance to the fact that I needed a passport on the test day, I had to drop the plan.
Feel free to post the comments on the story.
However, I am posting just first part of the series, Latter parts contain my opinions followed by right approach etc.
Link to the relevant thread on forum will be available upon request.