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New post 06 Feb 2017, 19:28
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Score: 770 (Q49, V47)
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Score: 760 (Q49, V45)
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New post 06 May 2020, 15:45
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mujimania, don't take this the wrong way, but after a 770, a score of 780 or 790 or even 800 wont improve your chances of admission. As Alex Chu of MBA Apply puts it, a GMAT retake after any score of 700+ is "penny wise but pound foolish".

The next step of writing essays and preparing your application strategy is every bit as challenging (many might say more so) than a GMAT retake. I would highly recommend buying a couple of application essay books (MBA Application strategy by Avi Gordon is my personal favourite) to see exactly how much effort is required - before you contemplate GMAT redux.

All the best :)


Wish someone had told me that.
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New post 13 May 2020, 17:32
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bsd_lover wrote:
mujimania, don't take this the wrong way, but after a 770, a score of 780 or 790 or even 800 wont improve your chances of admission. As Alex Chu of MBA Apply puts it, a GMAT retake after any score of 700+ is "penny wise but pound foolish".

The next step of writing essays and preparing your application strategy is every bit as challenging (many might say more so) than a GMAT retake. I would highly recommend buying a couple of application essay books (MBA Application strategy by Avi Gordon is my personal favourite) to see exactly how much effort is required - before you contemplate GMAT redux.

All the best :)


Wish someone had told me that.


That was good advice about 8 years ago. Things have been changing for the Indian Male applicants to some extent (obviously not everything is an absolute).
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New post 15 May 2020, 11:31
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That was good advice about 8 years ago. Things have been changing for the Indian Male applicants to some extent (obviously not everything is an absolute).


Well, in my case I come from a niche government sector with about 7.5 years of experience when I gave GMAT to facilitate a switch. In my first attempt got a 740, gave another in 25 days and got a 760, but lost chance for Round 1. In R2, broke my humerus into two and that put me out of TOEFL and thus many of colleges that were my fit and safe. So, I ended up with 4 rejections without interview. The process taught me a lot, but with better guidance, I probably would have made different choices.

So, I gained pretty costly experience points. B-)


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