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please review my case GMAT 690 [#permalink] New post 12 Jan 2013, 21:43
I took GMAT twice 640( Q 49, V28) in September 2012, 690 (Q 49, V 34) in November 2012.
I have one MS in Accounting from a top 50 school but with only 3.4/4.0 GPA. MBA in progress regional private university (GPA 4.0/4.0) with CPA license.
I have taken many math, stats classes in my under grad study.
I am planning to apply for Ph.D. in Accounting, I targeted the school after 50, none of them top 30.

My question is should I retake my GMAT at the end of January or February, i feel I can hit the 700 breakthrough if I spend more time. Now I have a little bit time. My concern is if I take and get a lower score, will this affect the decision of these school which I have already sent out my GMAT score report to today.

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Re: please review my case GMAT 690 [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2013, 07:35
howard620 wrote:
I took GMAT twice 640( Q 49, V28) in September 2012, 690 (Q 49, V 34) in November 2012.
I have one MS in Accounting from a top 50 school but with only 3.4/4.0 GPA. MBA in progress regional private university (GPA 4.0/4.0) with CPA license.
I have taken many math, stats classes in my under grad study.
I am planning to apply for Ph.D. in Accounting, I targeted the school after 50, none of them top 30.

My question is should I retake my GMAT at the end of January or February, i feel I can hit the 700 breakthrough if I spend more time. Now I have a little bit time. My concern is if I take and get a lower score, will this affect the decision of these school which I have already sent out my GMAT score report to today.

Thanks!

Howard



Hi,

Your GMAT is within the range of targeted schools, and do not worry about the multiple GMAT scores reported to schools

Hope this helps

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Re: please review my case GMAT 690   [#permalink] 19 Jan 2013, 07:35
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