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Quantitative background [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2012, 05:11
Hello everyone-

Was wondering if someone could please advise me on this.

I was recently denied admission from a top tier school - one feedback I received was that my quant background was not very strong...

The natural way to improve this would be to retake the GMAT and display improvement on the quant section, but I wanted to check if there is any alternative way people go about displaying quant prowess? (especially if perhaps our day to day job does not involve that much of quant). Are there courses or anything people take to show this?

Thank you very much. m
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Re: Quantitative background [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2012, 09:27
phdprospect wrote:
Hello everyone-

Was wondering if someone could please advise me on this.

I was recently denied admission from a top tier school - one feedback I received was that my quant background was not very strong...

The natural way to improve this would be to retake the GMAT and display improvement on the quant section, but I wanted to check if there is any alternative way people go about displaying quant prowess? (especially if perhaps our day to day job does not involve that much of quant). Are there courses or anything people take to show this?

Thank you very much. m


Aside from a big Q score on the GMAT, a few options would be to sign up for some tutorials on MBAMath.com or to take some nights and weekends courses in finance/accounting/statistics/etc. through a local college if possible.
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Re: Quantitative background [#permalink] New post 30 Sep 2012, 15:46
thank you!!!!!!
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