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May 03, 2011

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Great thoughts.

I also would say to keep up with the coursework. You just can't skip a class without disastrous effects on your grade.

I also find it helpful to take a day off from work when you have to study for that final or that research paper. I have 3 kids and a wife at home and the stress level goes way down when I get home from work the night before the test. I can hang out with the family knowing that tomorrow is my cram time.

-- Paul The MBA Guy. :)

Greetings !
here you share a valuable thoughts if we do anything preplanned then definitely we can get success.

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