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680 score, IR 1. Should I give another attempt or give up?

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I am a female candidate (design, non Maths background) applying for MiM from India. I just finished my GMAT and got a score of 680 (Q45 V38). The worst part is I absolutely bombed IR (score 1). I was easily getting 5-7 in IR during the mocks and I don't know what happened during the actual test.

I plan to give another attempt now but I don't know if I can make it to Round 2 MiM deadlines since I know I'm already very late. Is it possible to give another attempt in the next 20 days and send in the applications before the deadlines? Or should I just apply with my current score? I'm a really bad frame of mind right now and this seems like an end to my plan of pursuing management.

P.S I don't have a job right now so I can dedicate a lot of hours to GMAT and applications.

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vartika1y wrote:
I am a female candidate (design, non Maths background) applying for MiM from India. I just finished my GMAT and got a score of 680 (Q45 V38). The worst part is I absolutely bombed IR (score 1). I was easily getting 5-7 in IR during the mocks and I don't know what happened during the actual test.

I plan to give another attempt now but I don't know if I can make it to Round 2 MiM deadlines since I know I'm already very late. Is it possible to give another attempt in the next 20 days and send in the applications before the deadlines? Or should I just apply with my current score? I'm a really bad frame of mind right now and this seems like an end to my plan of pursuing management.

P.S I don't have a job right now so I can dedicate a lot of hours to GMAT and applications.

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Yes it is possible.

I would advise you two things.

1.Start preparing your application and apply with the score you have..many schools dont focus on IR
2.Parallely write you gmat exam in the next one month.You can always send them your latest score during the application procedure.
A better quant score will help you more .So another suggestion focus on quant core as well.


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Re: 680 score, IR 1. Should I give another attempt or give up? &nbs [#permalink] 02 Nov 2018, 06:41
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