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I agree a job and preparing for GMAT is quite a task.
But tell me, will you be able to dedicate 24 hours, only to study and prepare for GMAT. A break is needed.You just cant keep studying all the time.
So best would be to prepare a schedule and work accordingly. Take reasonable breaks. BUt I would suggest, do not leave the job, as being outside and with different people and activities relaxes the mind. You need to learn to focus for the rest of the time you get.
Hope this helps.
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