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# 710 - Q(48) V(38) - AWA 4.0

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14 Jun 2008, 10:43
I've just taken my GMAT this morning, and scored 710.

I'm not so excited because I've prepared for the test for about 3 months. I have no such a good work experience (2 years and a half), and I think my only chance to be accepted at a top business school now would be to get a great score, and for that I was expecting somethign about 750...But I'm not completely disappointed.

from you guys who have been accepted at some good business school, I'd like to know if I have any chance to be accepted without such good work experience, and such great GMAT score.

My AWA score is still to come, and I haven't taken the toefl yet.

Thanks a lot.

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14 Jun 2008, 11:43
very nice, good luck with your application.
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15 Jun 2008, 05:05
wow..so many congrats in a one evening..phew..haha

buddy congrats...best of luck on the apps..
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15 Jun 2008, 14:53
Thank you guys. It would be impossible for me without your help
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15 Jun 2008, 20:01
Well done. Concenrate on others aspects of the appliaction. GSBs now like young people with a short WE so that you're going well
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16 Jun 2008, 00:43
Hey great score! All the best for you college hunt!
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16 Jun 2008, 01:22
ldpedroso wrote:
I've just taken my GMAT this morning, and scored 710.

I'm not so excited because I've prepared for the test for about 3 months. I have no such a good work experience (2 years and a half), and I think my only chance to be accepted at a top business school now would be to get a great score, and for that I was expecting somethign about 750...But I'm not completely disappointed.

from you guys who have been accepted at some good business school, I'd like to know if I have any chance to be accepted without such good work experience, and such great GMAT score.

My AWA score is still to come, and I haven't taken the toefl yet.

Thanks a lot.

Don't be so down on yourself, ldpedroso. 710 is a great score and will hold it's own at just about any school.
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18 Jun 2008, 10:58
congratulations....great score..
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18 Jun 2008, 11:26
well done mate ... now concentrate on the other elements of your application.
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19 Jun 2008, 15:40
Just received my AWA. 4!! Disappointin!!!

Do you think I should retake the test? Or do I have any chance even with this terrible AWA score??
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19 Jun 2008, 16:24
I think a big problem is people make a high GMAT score the goal, versus the real goal, which is getting into the b-school of your choice.

Like another poster said, a 710 score with that split won't keep you out of any b-school. Of course it would be nice to get a 750, but I've heard time and time again from b-school admission consultants, any score over 700 is treated pretty much the same.

I just scored a 720 and I was hoping for something closer to my GMATprep practice scores (750), but I just realized, do you think a b-school would reject someone with a 720, but take them with a 750? The GMAT itself has a +/-20 point range.

Trust me, if you don't get in to where you wanted to go, it wasn't your GMAT score that kept you out.

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19 Jun 2008, 16:34
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I think a big problem is people make a high GMAT score the goal, versus the real goal, which is getting into the b-school of your choice.

Like another poster said, a 710 score with that split won't keep you out of any b-school. Of course it would be nice to get a 750, but I've heard time and time again from b-school admission consultants, any score over 700 is treated pretty much the same.

I just scored a 720 and I was hoping for something closer to my GMATprep practice scores (750), but I just realized, do you think a b-school would reject someone with a 720, but take them with a 750? The GMAT itself has a +/-20 point range.

Trust me, if you don't get in to where you wanted to go, it wasn't your GMAT score that kept you out.

NN

You're right dude. Thanks, and congratulations on your score as well
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24 Jun 2008, 15:44
Hi ldpredroso!
Could you pls. share some of the math exercises you had on the test? Many tks. in advance, Lw.

ldpedroso wrote:
I've just taken my GMAT this morning, and scored 710.

I'm not so excited because I've prepared for the test for about 3 months. I have no such a good work experience (2 years and a half), and I think my only chance to be accepted at a top business school now would be to get a great score, and for that I was expecting somethign about 750...But I'm not completely disappointed.

from you guys who have been accepted at some good business school, I'd like to know if I have any chance to be accepted without such good work experience, and such great GMAT score.

My AWA score is still to come, and I haven't taken the toefl yet.

Thanks a lot.
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24 Jun 2008, 17:21
nognig wrote:
Trust me, if you don't get in to where you wanted to go, it wasn't your GMAT score that kept you out

But, it is a contributing factor, beleive or not depending on you!
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25 Jun 2008, 08:34
Congratulations Pedro!
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25 Jun 2008, 18:20
Thanks goal..

lordw, I can't remember the execises, but they are pretty similar to those at the GMAT Prep. In fact, I thnik the best preparation is the GMAt Prep. I did a lot of Manhattan Prer too, but I think they are a bit more difficult than the real thing.
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