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670 with a very low Quant score

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New post 18 Dec 2017, 09:34
Hi experts,
I just gave GMAT and scored 670.
V37 83%ile
Q44 52%ile
IR 6 70%ile
670 81%ile
This was my second attempt. I'm targeting top MiM courses. What do you think I should do? Is this score fine? Can I show my ability in Quant in any other way? I'm targeting R2, so what should I do right now?

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Hi AmritaA,

About 3 weeks ago, we discussed the need for you to take a practice CAT (https://gmatclub.com/forum/problems-in- ... l#p1967976), but you never reported back afterwards. Did you end up taking any FULL CATs over the last 3 weeks before you took the Official GMAT (and if you did, then how did you score?)?

While the 670 is a solid performance (it's above the 80th percentile), you have named some competitive Schools - and that Q44 won't 'impress' anyone. With a strong OVERALL profile, you might be just fine, but there's certainly some logic in retaking the GMAT (with the goal of improving on this Q44). From your post history, it appears that you've already spoken with some Admissions Experts, so I would suggest that you reach out again and see what they think about your GMAT Score.

If you focus on learning and practicing the appropriate Quant Tactics, then you could potentially retest in a month and score significantly higher.

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