Noun: Cognitive side effects from excessive studying for the GMAT. Symtoms including loss of appetite, confidence, well-being, friends, and writing implements.
Verb: to be mentally thrashed by a simple question requesting a not so simple answer.
Joe has been much better since he lost his gmatizzle. (N)
Half way past the road to insanity lies the gmatizzle. (N)
I would hit on that girl but I am too gmatizzled. (V)
The gmatizzles ate his mind. (N)
Joe is gmatizzing his way to madness. (V)
Erin gmattizes everyday alone. (V)