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Interesting talk with UF and Cornell last week

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Interesting talk with UF and Cornell last week [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2007, 22:23
There was a function in Orlando last Wednesday and a few middle range and some upper range colleges were there.

I don't know for the Ultra Elites, but interestingly UF and Cornell told me some insider info about the GMATs.

First we all know Math is more important than verbal.

Second, these colleges don't give a damn about your AWA scores. In fact the lady from UF told me that if I scored a 4+ on my last test to just skip it on the next one... crazy huh?

Course she didn't say this out loud to everyone it was after the function when everyone was gone cept me and this other girl that decided to binge on the free food and beer.

Just thought id post that.
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Re: Interesting talk with UF and Cornell last week [#permalink] New post 09 Dec 2007, 23:29
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There was a function in Orlando last Wednesday and a few middle range and some upper range colleges were there.

I don't know for the Ultra Elites, but interestingly UF and Cornell told me some insider info about the GMATs.

First we all know Math is more important than verbal.

Second, these colleges don't give a damn about your AWA scores. In fact the lady from UF told me that if I scored a 4+ on my last test to just skip it on the next one... crazy huh?

Course she didn't say this out loud to everyone it was after the function when everyone was gone cept me and this other girl that decided to binge on the free food and beer.

Just thought id post that.


What a coincidence, UF and Cornell are in my list. Good information Blackbelt. Thank you. People often told me too, about a 4+ AWA.

I've read NYU's MSc (Real Estate), they've clearly stated that Verbal is very important.
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 [#permalink] New post 10 Dec 2007, 05:52
4+ AWA should be acceptable.

However, I wouldn't skip the section if I plan to apply to Ultra Elites because doing so would raise questions about your ability and could therefore jeopardize your chance.
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