For those who have a weak Quant score in their GMAT (60% = Q42), does anybody know whether I can take a supplemental distance ed math/stats course from a good US B-school? I know the alternative is to rewrite the GMAT and bump it up, and of course there is no parallel to that. But if there anyway to take any supplemental stats/math course from an American U which might boost my chances?Context:
I currently have a GMAT history of 640, 640, 710 (Q42/Q45). I have consistently got a M42 (60%) throughout. I am confident that I am better than that at Quant, but know I always freeze up on the Quant section before writing. My last practice tests before the 3rd attempt were all between Q46-49.
Anyway, now I know the major barrier to entry to a good B-school remains the Quant score, and the fact that I dont have good undergrad math scores.
Would be great to get any recommendations on whether to take a distance ed course, if yes, then which one.
How to improve your RC score, pls Kudo if helpful! http://gmatclub.com/forum/how-to-improve-my-rc-accuracy-117195.html
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