A common trait of procrastinators is, they’re optimists. In fact, it’s one theory behind why certain people are chronically late; they’re just overly optimistic on how long it will take them to get where they need to go. It’s not that they’re bad people. They just have trouble dealing with reality, in this one certain…
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Six is definitely the max. I’ve completed three (about to have completed four), and it is good not to rush them or else you will burn yourself out.
Also, after studying for the GMAT, ramping up at work, extra curricular activities, etc., it can get tiring. Best not to hit diminishing marginal returns.
Yeah, six is a really good number to be aiming for – typically we don’t recommend trying for more than six across the entire admissions season! (Which it sounds like you’re doing.) Six in one round is A. Lot. for exactly the reasons you’re saying. Thanks for adding your experience!!