I rescheduled my GMAT exam. I am going to need as much time as possible for the math section. It is h-a-r-d HARD! Hardy hard hard. I am not confident that I could adequately absorb what I needed to by July 8th in order to obtain a quality score on the test. So, I forked out $50 and postponed it until August 19th and now I feel much better.
Before this weekend, I had this idea that somehow my work & life experience would contribute to my absorbtion of The Math. Tony & I sat down this weekend to start going over The Math and he said, 'This is really hard!' and that did not help my confidence. The work & life experience did nothing for me. Sure, I do basic algebra and whatnot and I don't even think about it, but I'm not getting tested on the basics even though 'they' say that's all it is. The test questions are long and complicated and are not easy whatsoever.
This postponement..what does it mean? Well, if I don't get the score that I need, I will have to take the test again. And, I will try to get into the program in the Winter quarter instead of Fall quarter. Do I really want to wait a month to start school? Prolly not.