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I have been studying for two months and I'm scheduled to take the test on Saturday. My test scores on PowerPrep are:

640
660

I think I could probably get a 670 on the test. I am running out of test preperation material and I'm fatiguing so I think I need to take the test soon since it doesn't seem like my scores are improving. Two questions:

Would I be competitive at a top 15 school with this score?
If I get below a 670 could I just retake the test and would this hurt my application?

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ellisje22 wrote:
I have been studying for two months and I'm scheduled to take the test on Saturday. My test scores on PowerPrep are:

640
660

I think I could probably get a 670 on the test. I am running out of test preperation material and I'm fatiguing so I think I need to take the test soon since it doesn't seem like my scores are improving. Two questions:

Would I be competitive at a top 15 school with this score?
If I get below a 670 could I just retake the test and would this hurt my application?

Other info

Age 29
White Male
3.3 Computer Information Systems - James Madison University
6 Years work experience in IT (3 years Accenture, 2 years small consulting firm, 1 year entrepreneur)
Eagle Scout (not sure if this helps but you never know)


You would have a chance in the top 15 and would have a competitive profile for the top 30 with a GMAT in the mid 600's.

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