|Understanding what can't be understood..
||[Jun. 9th, 2012|08:18 pm]
The Question Club
Have you ever looked at something for: days, weeks, months, at a time.. and still are incapable of figuring out the solution? Well, this is currently happening to me.. unfortunately. I've been studying for the GMAT, and I can not seem to figure out the genesis of my problems; meaning.. I can't come to a definite conclusion on the right answer. I understand and know that the GMAT is arguably the toughest Master's degree test out there, but, I keep on studying, and keep on attempting to have the most positive attitude towards it, and it seems to be draining my demeanor whenever I get an answer wrong. Plenty of people have told me, the same story, just keep on studying and eventually you will succeed. Well, it has been close to a year now and I still seem to be unable to win in this situation. Does this make me stupid, and incapable of intelligence? Or am I at the apex of breaking into the bubble of correct answers? I have around two months before I attempt the GMAT for the first time and am beginning to worry..