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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Dear GMAT



As I hop on the 4 train pull the review book out of my bag pack, and begun to read the how to write an essay for the GMAT section, I was really impressed and I learned allot. But as I gradually increase pages after pages and got the mathematics review, I was really taken back. I really have not seen these since I graduated primary and high school. This really broke my heart, yes I know I should have remembered but for some reason I can’t remember these simple mathematic equations.

So tell me please why you have to do this to me, I really want to get in Grad School by this September, and in order to do so I really need to pass this GMAT with a score of at least 690. I have not cheated on you; I stay committed to reading you all the way to work and from work, even when people knock you out of my hand in the crowded train. I feel excruciating pain in my neck from having my head in one position, but yet I stay committed. I have turn down opportunities to go shoot pool which I really love in order to spend the night with you and yet you still give me problem.

With only three month remaining you really make me want to leave your silly ass, you don’t care how I feel so why should I care how you feel? Yeah you’re a real pain in the ass if you ask me. Do I even need your silly ass? There are other schools private and public that I could go without your silly ass.


I am totally heart broken by you GMAT, but I still love you even though you have put me through all these sleepless nights and restless train rides, taking me away from my social life, I see you’re a real jealous bitch. Its girls like you who make man want to be single, too much protocol, you want to control my life and I really don’t like that, I really hate any form of control.

After all I am not going to let you get to me like this, I am going to kick your ass, left right left right, like solders march. All I need to do is make sure I stay committed to you I know I can prevail, yeah I know I really know, do I? You may fight back but I am very persistent so we will be fighting for a very long time.


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6 comments:

Cheryl said...

Good luck with the GMATs!

Math blows.

I never used calculus again after 12th grade.

Total waste of my time.

MBA Podcaster said...

Very poignant letter! You should use bits and pieces in your application essay. Don't sweat it too much. Do the best you can, try to take a test prep course if you can (we have some discounts on our site for the top test prep companies) and just take it and get it over with. At the end of the day it's just one piece of your overall application.

Best,
MBA Podcaster
www.mbapodcaster.com

Score said...

Hi

very good letter. As MBA Podcaster idicated, dont sweat it too much, there is help available. Please come in and visit http://www.scorechase.com , its a free forum which you can access from anywhere. There are free practice questions every day for you to solve and also very economical study packages in case you need one.

All the best

beatthegmat said...

Glad to see that you still are keeping your head up high. Kick some ass!

Eric
Beat The GMAT
http://www.beatthegmat.com

Tuotierugif >^..^<© said...

Aw I hope you do good! ;)

Kofi said...

Hi Jermaine,

I feel your pain - saw the blog note and couldn't ignore it. Realize that your GMAT is one piece of the puzzle and your essays are also important. One thing you should keep in mind is to focus on doing problems on the computer as opposed to just reading the book on the train.

Also, my firm, Admit Advantage, works with Scorechase for a free forum. Feel free to post there or send me an email directly KKankam@admitadvantage.com to discuss some strategies - FREE initial assessment! Kof

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