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hi everyone i am quite new to this forum and joined it recently. i have a few questions to the experts. i am a dentist based in india and have done my masters in dentistry about 3 yrs back. i started preparing for GMAT in june 2012, and have written it twice already. first was on sep 15 and my score was 640. then after two months of sheer hard work, i wrote it again n scored a dismal 650 today. i am very disappointed and want to know whether i stand any chance with this score or should i prepare for GMAT once more. please do send in your reviews. also what score would b ideal for a person like me who is from a diverse background and i want to get in to a great b school like hbs or lbs. looking forward to a reply from your end
It sounds like you have an interesting background that you bring to the table. If you can tell that story well, schools will take notice. In many ways, you will not be competing directly with consultants investment bankers and Engineers. Thus, you are starting in a reasonable case. It is hard for me to give much application advice without knowing more about your background (and even then, I will leave it to the admissions consultants). However, schools do accept students in a range. While it is a good idea, to score in the vicinity of your target school's mean, it is not essential if you have more that you bring to the table.
All of that said, you can sit for the exam again if you choose. Just make sure that you are in the 700+ range next time you take it.