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send gmat after application. [#permalink] New post 23 Dec 2004, 22:22
hi,

I have taken the gmat thrice and my scores have been....640,640,650.

I have already applied to olin, georgetown and fisher with these scores.

I am a mechanical engineer(female) from India. I ahve been solely managing the family business sine 4.5 years in manufacturing for process industries after my fathers demise. I have excellent leadership experience, community involvement, and extra-curriculars.

my only problem is the GMAT. I plan to apply to schools like michigan, cornell, tepper, tuck and darden in the second deadline.

i realise that my gmat is low for these schools. I plan to retake the GMAT in end of Jan after solid verbal preparation.Would it be a good option to send in the applications now in Januaury and sne the higher score later in end of Jan.

Would also like to know ...how can GMAt\T club help me with my prepartions. Are there any online classes that I can join?
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2004, 01:20
Well Gayatri you can always send your scores aaagter submitting your applications but make sure they reach before the deadlines.it takes ten days for the university to receive ur score if u choose the university name on ur list on the testday

U can always check with the universities as well

If u r based in bangalore u can call me on my cell 9845418301 or mail me at ashwini_s17@yahoo.com

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 [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2004, 01:22
sorrry that was SASHA not gayatri
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Re: send gmat after application. [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2004, 14:30
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hi,

I have taken the gmat thrice and my scores have been....640,640,650.

I have already applied to olin, georgetown and fisher with these scores.

I am a mechanical engineer(female) from India. I ahve been solely managing the family business sine 4.5 years in manufacturing for process industries after my fathers demise. I have excellent leadership experience, community involvement, and extra-curriculars.

my only problem is the GMAT. I plan to apply to schools like michigan, cornell, tepper, tuck and darden in the second deadline.

i realise that my gmat is low for these schools. I plan to retake the GMAT in end of Jan after solid verbal preparation.Would it be a good option to send in the applications now in Januaury and sne the higher score later in end of Jan.

Would also like to know ...how can GMAt\T club help me with my prepartions. Are there any online classes that I can join?


Assuming your undergrad grades are competitive, I believe you have a chance at Tepper and Cornell with your current score, not that a higher score wouldn't help your cause. You do need a higher GMAT to have a decent chance at the other schools on your list. If you verbal was very low, then you need to improve that for all schools.

You can send in the applications before the January deadlines and update the schools after you take the exam at the end of the month, but realize that if they review your file and reject you before they receive the new score, they are unlikely to review it again just because your score goes up.

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 [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2004, 02:02
Thanx for your advice Linda,

i guess i will retake my gmat.

Could you please guide me on how could Gmat club help me bolster my verbal score. My initial verbal score was 32
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