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740 GMAT (48Q / 44V) - Should I retake?

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New post 28 Aug 2018, 05:21
Hi,

I’m a product manager at a successful tech firm. Have been promoted twice in four years. My top schools are HBS and GSB. My grades aren’t great, but I went to a top school. Wondering if I should retake? Not sure if 48 is considered good. I went to a liberal arts school and majored in Econ. Have not done Ibanking.

Appreciate the advice. Thanks!
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New post 28 Aug 2018, 06:31
Hi GmatSFtech,

Thank you for your post. I would require additional information to provide a detailed evaluation. HBS and GSB don't look at one specific number when making their decisions; instead, your profile is viewed holistically. Your two promotions will bode well for the application, and you might have to address your grades (depending on the GPA and the rest of your profile). What is your overall GMAT score; you received a 48 in which section? What are your professional goals? Why do you require an MBA, and why now?

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I’m a product manager at a successful tech firm. Have been promoted twice in four years. My top schools are HBS and GSB. My grades aren’t great, but I went to a top school. Wondering if I should retake? Not sure if 48 is considered good. I went to a liberal arts school and majored in Econ. Have not done Ibanking.

Appreciate the advice. Thanks!

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New post 04 Sep 2018, 00:44
GmatSFtech it is a holistic process, but HBS class average for admitted students is 49. That is kind of the guideline for M7.
Since you are in test mode might be good to take another shot.

GmatSFtech wrote:
Hi,

I’m a product manager at a successful tech firm. Have been promoted twice in four years. My top schools are HBS and GSB. My grades aren’t great, but I went to a top school. Wondering if I should retake? Not sure if 48 is considered good. I went to a liberal arts school and majored in Econ. Have not done Ibanking.

Appreciate the advice. Thanks!

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