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GMAT Gurus - Please Advise:Round 1/Round2 ?

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GMAT Gurus - Please Advise:Round 1/Round2 ? [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2007, 07:12
GMAT Gurus,

I want planning to schedule my GMAT exam date and was looking at the last week of September as the tentative time. Since I have a busy schedule at work ,I was wondering if I can schedule the exam sometime in mid October.This means I will not be able to apply for round 1 of admissions. Will this really hurt my chances of getting admission and chances of getting financial aid?Please advise.

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Jul 2007, 19:02
Applying in round 1 is always preferable. Just see if you can stretch a bit and take your GMAT by last week of september.
On the other hand , if you try to take this exam early without complete preparation, it will also affect you in a bad way. Therefore, its a very tricky decision.
Just analyse where you are now inyour preparation and take a confident decision.
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Jul 2007, 18:49
trahul4 wrote:
Applying in round 1 is always preferable. Just see if you can stretch a bit and take your GMAT by last week of september.
On the other hand , if you try to take this exam early without complete preparation, it will also affect you in a bad way. Therefore, its a very tricky decision.
Just analyse where you are now inyour preparation and take a confident decision.


Thanks Rahul.

Others, please provide your insight.
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