Where am I?

Hello there,
So, I once took GMAT and scored a 570, which I was told a bit above the average score (540) but still no good. This happened like 3 years back now. Back then work was hectic, except for registering for the exam and taking it on the exam day, I did not do much justice to the GMAT. Since then I have always had this feeling in my mind that someday if not now I should nail this GMAT. Well, we all have our own definition for nailing it.

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Be a third person…

How many of us have got ourselves in a predicament wherein the only way out is not only daunting to explore but also hard to find. Now, how many of us have been in a situation where a friend or colleague comes to you and ask for suggestion and we tend to have, fortunately, a lot to offer. How is that possible?

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GMAT – Day 5 May 5

Again DontMemorise. Did the whole of Geometry and here I noticed that in a couple of topics, the explanations are not up to their reputation. But they mentioned that for those areas a new video is in production. I guess they are in for a reason.

And then came the shocker, I did a couple of 700 problems from GMATClub. Damn, it was hard. As in, when you create a question, keeping “none should answer this” in mind, I am sure you could cook one like that. Well, this question, I felt that way. Maybe I have got a long way to go, still.

Let’s see 🙂



Boxing with your mind…


“Don’t judge a book by its cover”

Well, at least try not to. I know it is hard for many of us. Some would even argue that it is being clever. I agree when it helps you save some time. And when you do that, I would use the word wise in place of clever. Given a chance, I would not even be bothered to open a book if I have a strong feeling that this is what is going to be inside. I proudly credit that to my experience and my gut feeling.

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