“When I make an error, I get excited. Seriously ”“ you should be excited when you make errors, too. I know that I’m about to learn something and get better, and that’s definitely worth getting excited!” says GMAT instructor Stacey Koprince in her article posted Wednesday on Beat the GMAT.
Her advice may seem rather obvious–learn from your errors so you don’t continue to make them–but Koprince delves deeper into the different types of mistakes people make and addresses the best way to minimize them.
Errors can come in several different forms: careless errors, content errors, and technique errors, she writes. Click here to learn how to create an error log and start learning from your mistakes today.
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