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Thinking about GRE after GMAT [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2010, 08:18
Considering about taking the GRE after taking the GMAT. I know it sounds crazy after prepping months for the GMAT, but I read somewhere in other websites in order to get top jobs, you have to show your test scores. I thought if I show them I did well on both GMAT and GRE, I can get a top salary job at a reverred company.

I want to know what companies are best for prepping for the GRE. I don't plan to study alone for the GRE and the GMAT. I know MGMAT is best for the GMAT but what company is very rigorous for the GRE. I don't want to go to Kaplan and Princetonreview to prep for since they have many tests to concentrate on. I want to prep in a company that specialize in GRE teaching.
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Re: Thinking about GRE after GMAT [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2010, 09:10
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Considering about taking the GRE after taking the GMAT. I know it sounds crazy after prepping months for the GMAT, but I read somewhere in other websites in order to get top jobs, you have to show your test scores. I thought if I show them I did well on both GMAT and GRE, I can get a top salary job at a reverred company.

I want to know what companies are best for prepping for the GRE. I don't plan to study alone for the GRE and the GMAT. I know MGMAT is best for the GMAT but what company is very rigorous for the GRE. I don't want to go to Kaplan and Princetonreview to prep for since they have many tests to concentrate on. I want to prep in a company that specialize in GRE teaching.


As long as you do well on one of them.
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Re: Thinking about GRE after GMAT [#permalink] New post 14 Aug 2013, 17:54
I'm thinking of taking the GRE after the GMAT. I'm not sure if my score would readily translate. For example, if I got a 640 on the GMAT, what might that translate to on the GRE?
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Re: Thinking about GRE after GMAT [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2013, 15:32
No one is hiring you because you scored well on the gre in addition to the gmat

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