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Low verbal [#permalink] New post 20 Jun 2006, 20:22
Hi!

I am planning to appy for next year entrance.
The schools I'm considering are kind of ultra-elite schools such as Wharton, Stanford, Havard, Chicago, Columbia, MIT.

The problem is my gmat score.
Total is 700, not bad i think, but balance is not good- Q50, V33.
Fortunately, TOEFL is rather good- 287, L29, S27, R30.

I'm Korean and have worked for 4 years as an equity analyst.
Major is engineering and GPA is about 3.2.

Do you think I have a chance?
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Yes, I definitely think you have a chance. Of course, I don't know the rest of your profile, but I don't think that your GMAT score will keep you out of those schools, even if it is uneven. The good thing about a low verbal score is that you can show your English skills in each MBA essay and in your interview, in addition to the TOEFL.

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 [#permalink] New post 21 Jun 2006, 16:26
Thank you!

I really feel relieved.
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You seems so great! [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2006, 01:07
I'm Korean, too.
Even your V score is not so good, rest of your profile is very nice.
Good luck to you!
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