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I took the GMAT a month ago and scored a 720 (Q-47-79%, V-42-95%, AWA-5). I am trying to get into a top MBA program (INSEAD in specific) and so to boost my score I took the GMAT again last week. This time I scored a 770 (Q-49-88%, V-46-99%). However, to my shock, I scored a 4.0 on my AWA.
Even though I am trying to convince myself that a 4.0 on my AWA is not going to affect my chances, I can't seem to get over this. What do you think are my chances? Will my previous AWA score or my verbal score compensate for the low AWA score?
I have 5 years work experience and a 3.85 GPA.
Last edited by sukumarr on 09 Jul 2010, 07:00, edited 1 time in total.
I focussed more on my weak areas, which, in my case, happened to be Data Sufficiency and Sentence Correction.
Also, in my first attempt I would try my best to answer each and every question which put the time available for me to answer the later questions at risk. This time around, I identified those that were going to take too long for me answer, took an educated guess and moved on. This, in my opinion, helped me the most in improving my score.
Besides these, I did not change anything else. Good luck!
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