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Prepping to apply for strategy consulting positions [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2005, 07:10
Hi guys,

I'm prepping for the GMAT now. My goal is to get into a top 10 school and then apply for the top strategy consulting firms. I have a friend at Haas now and he mentioned that some consulting firms, in addition to asking for your GMAT scores, also ask for your SAT scores. I thought this was strange, especially considering that an older applicant like me took the SAT 15 years ago. Is this really the case? If so, should I go ahead and take the SAT now? I think the SAT would be easy for me, considering I'm studying for the GMAT now. I got a 1370 (650M, 720V) on the 1990 SAT; so if SAT scores are a concern I would want to submit higher scores (especially knowing that the test as it is given now has been adjusted higher than when I took it). Thanks for any advice!
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Yeah, I've heard of this too, but definitely do not take it again. They just want to know what you got way back in high school. The test has changed a few times since then, so I believe that consulting firms are putting less and less emphasis on it.

To put it another way, I really, really doubt that you'd get dinged by McKinsey because of your 1990 SAT score. Anyway, a strong GMAT score will make the whole thing irrelevant!

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