There are a myriad of choices to be made once you’ve finally committed to continuing your higher education. Now that you’ve decided “I will,” where should you go? Is a traditional or online grad program the best one for you?
Eeeeek! How’s that for a scary admission of guilt?
Oh…. you don’t say? You have the same problem?
Procrastination is the art of replacing high-priority tasks with frequently more enjoyable low-priority tasks. You put the high priority task off until later… and later…. and later….
Then the dreaded procrastination guilt cycle kicks in. And you push the guilt aside and promise to get back to the “I should have done it already” task to an even later undisclosed time and date. [click to continue…]
Learn what sophisticated GMAC research reveals about last-minute time-crunch strategies on the GMAT.
It’s All About Timing
Of course, learning to solve problems under time pressure is an important part of preparing for the GMAT. Of course, you should do everything you can do to maximize your ability to perform at the highest level on as many questions as possible. Of course, that’s what any responsible person preparing for the GMAT will strive to do.
All true, but as our friend Robert Burns (1759 – 1796) reminds us, the best laid plans of mice and men go oft astray. As well as you prepare, as diligently as you practice, you may find yourself at the end of a section on a real GMAT running out of time. What should you do? Guess randomly or omit the question? [click to continue…]