Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health.
It’s yourself selected date for taking the GMAT test, there must be a lots butterflies in your tummy related to undisclosed test event. To hit the GMAT score of 700+, you required:
- A good sleep which will refresh your brain
- And, a good diet to retain the energy level.
Here’s a sample menu that can keep your mind and body working at their best for the day
before, and the day of, your GMAT date.
The night before your GMAT: Include Chia seeds, fresh spinach, some walnuts or Salmon:
These are the rich source of omega 3 fatty acids, has enviable to perk up cognitive performance in adults. Include these protein-laden brain boosters.
The morning of your GMAT: Devour Fruit and vegetable
On the test day, don’t stuck over junk food as breakfast which are your among favorites. Start your day with some fresh fruits and vegetables which includes Carrots, red bell peppers, celery, beets, radish, kale, mushroom, zucchini, eggplant, spinach, snap peas and green beans. These eatables are like the power storage of energy and relax your brain to work more quick.
Snack during mid-GMAT break: Granola
Granola contains almost every mineral essential to your health. Magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium are present in the highest percent of your daily needs. It is a rich source for producing energy. It increases your metabolism and helps in repairing the tear and wear of blood cells.
These are the few menus which you should include your daily routine not from before the exam day, but one week prior to the test. These are highly nutritional, helps in maintaining the proper functioning of the body metabolism. Since, a healthy mind resides in healthy body and GMAT demands undivided attention for its prep. Good Luck!
Rituparna chakraborty with a post graduation in mass communication from MGKVP is a professional content writer at Think and Learn Pvt Ltd. Her avid reading and investigative gist adds a necessary connect and reality in her articles. With prior experience in print and digital media, Ms. Rituparna is currently managing digital marketing and public relation content for Byju’s product.
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