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New post 30 Oct 2007, 06:35
Hi guys,

Just wanted to report to you my score.

It is actually exactly the same as my predicted score for the GMATPrep.
I was hoping for a little bit of luck and to reach the 700s, but I am satisfied with my score and don't think I will do a resit.

My main target is NYU, and although my quants are a bit low, I feel I still have a shot at it.

Stats: Dutch, 26 Years Old, 5 years of WE in global consulting firm, very global lifestyle

what do you guys think?

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New post 30 Oct 2007, 11:28
Hi Kale,

Congrats on your score! You only scored 10 points below what you really wanted. I would say you did great, way above average. If you're not happy with it, and you think you can go back into it and improve to 720-730 or ven higher, why not?

I took it many times too, but this time i want it over the top, over 700, and with the help from those guys i believe is possible. I think that you are the only barrier against the score you desire.

Good luck in whatever you choose to do!

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New post 30 Oct 2007, 12:33
I think 680 makes you competitive wherever you apply. As long as the rest of your application stacks up well. You are solid in the GMAT, with a good score. Now go develop the rest of your story.

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New post 01 Nov 2007, 02:12
thanks guys!

will get to it then....

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New post 03 Nov 2007, 08:54
yeah 680 is not bad, slightly below the average of the best programs.

What is a 'very global lifestyle'? :) just curious

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New post 03 Nov 2007, 10:33
haha...fair question.

well, im from a dutch/chinese/malaysian ethnicity. ive lived most of my life in the Netherlands and Belgium, but did my undergrad in the UK. Have lived as an expat in Beijing, Chicago and Paris. I recently moved from amsterdam to London and I speak 5 languages (English, Dutch, French and 2 chinese dialects).

Might sound a bit braggish but I figured I might as well start selling myself in preparation to the admission rounds :P

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New post 03 Nov 2007, 10:39
kaleoncheng wrote:
haha...fair question.

well, im from a dutch/chinese/malaysian ethnicity. ive lived most of my life in the Netherlands and Belgium, but did my undergrad in the UK. Have lived as an expat in Beijing, Chicago and Paris. I recently moved from amsterdam to London and I speak 5 languages (English, Dutch, French and 2 chinese dialects).

Might sound a bit braggish but I figured I might as well start selling myself in preparation to the admission rounds :P


i think you do not need to do mba hahaha

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New post 03 Nov 2007, 16:07
I just received my AWA score: 6.0!

yippie-ka-yay!

but then again, the schools don't really look at your AWA score do they?

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