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I just wanted to post this link here as I posted my story so far in the MBA application Stories section. I have lurked here for a few weeks and the insight is helpful. Thanks to all

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I just wanted to post this link here as I posted my story so far in the MBA application Stories section. I have lurked here for a few weeks and the insight is helpful. Thanks to all

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=13050

Thanks for posting the link.
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Thanks Linda. Any thoughts? I am crossing my fingers for an interview as I feel my experience is one of the areas that may help. I am curious to see how it goes and have a backup plan either way. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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Thanks Linda. Any thoughts? I am crossing my fingers for an interview as I feel my experience is one of the areas that may help. I am curious to see how it goes and have a backup plan either way. I'd love to hear your thoughts!


How bad was the second GMAT score?
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Nearly Identical Math but a 33 (yikes) in verbal took me to a total combined score of 600. There are many excuses I can point to but overall I think the truth is that it was just a bad showing with poor time management in the verbal section.
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Nearly Identical Math but a 33 (yikes) in verbal took me to a total combined score of 600. There are many excuses I can point to but overall I think the truth is that it was just a bad showing with poor time management in the verbal section.


I think your best bet is McCombs. I'm not too optimistic about the other schools, but I would also say acceptance at the others isn't impossible if your essays and experience are as good as you think they are.

In any case, if you decide/need to apply again, you clearly know what to work on to improve

Good luck!
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Well, I am hoping that they will help though it is all in the eyes of the people doing the evals. I really apprecite your insight and want to thank you for your replies. I will keep the forum posted on my status and see how things go for others as well. Applying certainly is an interesting process! Thanks again
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Well, I am hoping that they will help though it is all in the eyes of the people doing the evals. I really apprecite your insight and want to thank you for your replies. I will keep the forum posted on my status and see how things go for others as well. Applying certainly is an interesting process! Thanks again


You're most welcome. I hope you (and we through you) hear good news.

Good luck!
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