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GMAT score [#permalink] New post 17 Dec 2012, 10:35
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I'm applying to some Warwick, LSE, Imperial, HEC and Cass for Masters in Management programs. I know some schools like HEC usually require a high GMAT score to get in. I got a 650 in my first try and a 710 in my second after some studying. However I made some stupid mistakes on the second one, so I'm not sure about whether I should retake or not. Would there be a significant difference between a 710 and 730-750 score for getting an admit? Any ideas?
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Re: GMAT score [#permalink] New post 17 Dec 2012, 17:46
710 is a high GMAT score and definitely is sufficient for admission to those programs (given that the rest of your application is strong). But if you want merit scholarships, 710 might not be high enough (unless your GPA is ridiculously high).
Anyway, I hate recommending you retaking the test because I know how stressful it is. But if you are certain do can do better, then I'd say--go for it!
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Re: GMAT score [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2012, 17:53
Thanks for your reply! I am definitely not applying for scholarships, the reason I'm worried a bit is that my GPA just meets the requirements of some of those schools, although I have good extracurriculars and internships. However, I think I decided not to retake it after all since that would mean applying a month later and would reduce chances of admission.
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Re: GMAT score [#permalink] New post 21 Dec 2012, 09:34
I got a 700 on the GMAT and got an interview from LBS. I am still waiting on LSE. Good luck!
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