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Balanced Score [#permalink] New post 01 Nov 2006, 14:27
I just took the GMAT and got a 710 (94%) but only a 42 (67%) in quant and a 45 (98%) in verbal. I have a strong GPA (3.73) from a good undergrad program and 4 years of consulting experience. I'm targeting Chicago, Wharton, and NYU. My question is: will the quant/unbalanced nature of my score kill me? Should I consider taking the test again?
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 [#permalink] New post 02 Nov 2006, 19:20
The unbalanced nature of your score per se is not an issue. The real issue is that the quant scores is on the low side for the elite/ultra elite schools you mention. I would consider retaking the test.
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