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Is a 1 year old GMAT equally good??

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New post 16 Sep 2005, 11:39
Hi,
I am an engineering graduate from India.
I gave GMAT in August 2005 and got a 740(Q50,V39). This was my 3rd attempt, before which, i had got meagre 650 and 660 due to low verbal score of 27 each time.
I have wasted a lot of time this year and will most certainly miss the round 1 of the top 10.
If i apply next year will any school ask me to retake the test again?

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New post 16 Sep 2005, 13:08
manish2005 wrote:
Hi,
I am an engineering graduate from India.
I gave GMAT in August 2005 and got a 740(Q50,V39). This was my 3rd attempt, before which, i had got meagre 650 and 660 due to low verbal score of 27 each time.
I have wasted a lot of time this year and will most certainly miss the round 1 of the top 10.
If i apply next year will any school ask me to retake the test again?

regards


Shouldn't be. GMAT scores are good for five years...I think.
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New post 17 Sep 2005, 10:19
Thanks, i heard some institutes ask for a latest GMAT score(ie, within a year). It may be a rumour but still i wanted to clarify.
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