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New post 02 Aug 2008, 18:23
Hi All,

I also mentioned this in another forum but I had a terrible day today. I already took the GMAT in June and scored a 660. Today I retook and scored a terrible 520. I am just completely drained from GMAT and fell apart. I had no drive to push myself on the test. My question is how will this impact my apps? Do the apps ask for every GMAT score or just the highest?

I wanted to get thoughts from everyone on this. My goal is getting into Darden.

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New post 02 Aug 2008, 23:52
hi jimmy,
b schools only take the highest score so you don't have to worry about your 520. your score fits in the 80 percentile range for university of virginia. i think you should spend your time on application essays. there are plenty of people around 650 that get accepted to these schools so don't worry.
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