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Retaking GMAT keeping B-schools deadlines in mind [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2012, 18:20
Hi Folks,
This is my first post in this forum. I just need some help for applying to round1 of select few b-schools.

I recently appeared for GMAT on 28th jun. The results were submitted online to the chosen schools on 15th july ( appx 17 days after exam). I scored 650 with IR and AWA results awaiting. Now, I am reappearing for GMAT but haven't decided any date. I haven't booked my exam date and neither I want to book an early date just for the sake of the deadlines. Assuming I give my exam 2 mths after ( appx 18 sep) and keeping the delay factor in online submission to the schools what schools can I apply for ??

Also,if I miss the deadlines for round 1, please provide me any tentative date for applying to round2 or round3 of these schools.

Schools I am looking for :

1.)Kellogg
2.)Duke
3.)Tuck
4.)Haas
5.)Cornell
6.)ISB
7.)Ross
8.)Stern
9.)Booth,GSB
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Re: Retaking GMAT keeping B-schools deadlines in mind [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2012, 19:54
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Hi there!

Round 1 deadlines are typically around early October, and round 2 deadlines would be somewhere in January. Round 3 should only be considered as a last resort, as schools usually fill most of their slots with applicants from the first two rounds.

The score from your GMAT will be sent to you and all of the schools you indicated within 20 days of your test. This means that if possible, you should try to knock the GMAT out by early September, giving your score report enough time to reach your selected schools before the October deadline, assuming that you really want to make the Round 1 deadline.
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Re: Retaking GMAT keeping B-schools deadlines in mind   [#permalink] 17 Jul 2012, 19:54
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