I am an engineer. Work ex 4 years in “Engineering sector” in India. Average percentage in Engineering degree is 67 % (GPA 3.5 approx).
Results of GMAT attempts as under.
1. 550 (Q 45, V19)
2. 340 (don’t know the break up)
3. 610 (Q 49, V 25) (1st June 2012)
1. All MGMAT books
for verbal and quant
2. All three official guide books
3. All three Kaplan
Overall performance for 3rd attempt was good compare to 1st and 2nd and everything going good. Mock results were also good and average of 700 and Average score in Quant around 45 to 50
and Verbal around 35 to 42.
1. GMAT prep 1: 680
2. MGMAT 1: 650
3. MGMAT 2: 700
4. MGMAT 3: 720
5. MGMAT 4: 680
6. GMAT prep 2: 700
Now don’t under what to do? Where to apply? Should I go for 4th attempt? If this many attempts will hurt my profile?
Not understanding what to do? Lots of confusion?
Expert please help…
Your GMAT Scores are very low, so I would suggest you to definitely go for the 4th attempt. If you are targeting some good B schools for your MBA, then a score of 610 the odds will be definitely against you.
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