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GMAT 4th attempt [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2014, 07:15
Hi guys, need an advice on whether to give 4th attempt. My previous attempts 1st 660(M50 V29) 2nd 610 (M46 V28) and today 630(M48 V28). I was well prepared for the test and confident about both maths and verbal. But during the test I failed to mark 2 answers in maths. I couldn't get out of the shock and was completely blank during verbal. I spent 5 mins reviewing my future options during my verbal section. Now I don't know if I should take a 4th attempt. I am targeting NUS NTU and Melbourne Bussiness school. I have around 4 years of work ex. Graduation from one of the most reputed college in India and also a full time MBA from a local university. I really need some guidance on my future course of actions.

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Re: GMAT 4th attempt [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2014, 05:03
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The answer is very easy:

If you are willing to spend the extra bucks for the new GMAT attempt, you should take a course with a score improvement guarantee. By that you will get either your entire money back or you will improve your score. A higher GMAT score will be the foundation for your future success and is def. worth the extra work and extra money as it pays off later.

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