I recently graduated with two degrees and three majors (two were honors majors as well) from a top public school and have a job at a top 3 consulting firm. So far everything seems to be falling in place to go to an ultra-elite in a few years. My question is "how long does the GMAT follow a job candidate?"
I remember when looking for a full-time job last year that some employers still asked for SAT scores (as well as score breakdown) and while my score was good, my quant kept me from applying to a NY hedge fund (needed a 750+).
I received a 730 on my GMAT a couple of days ago, scoring Q45 (77%) and V46 (99%). Although that might be a good enough score to get into a top school with my resume, I am worried that my quant score might haunt me if I decide to look at PE/Hedge Funds/some Banks as they get to choose from the top of the top of the top. My math was at the lower end of my Princeton Review
online practice tests and I am wondering what y'all thought about retaking the test.
Important enough to retake? Not worry about it and be happy with my score? What do you think?
Thanks for all the help, you guys are great,