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# BEAT the BEAST with Non-Native speaker.

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11 Apr 2011, 02:08
G DAY

I'm very nervous and anxious. I even don't know what to write here.

Gosh!!!

Oh well - All i can say is i'm well prepared for GMAT, so bring it on.

Knewton, MGMT SC & Jeff Hackman's questions really helped me to boost my confidence.

I have avg 700s in my recent GMAT prep & MGMT CATs, so hopefully i should get similar score in real CAT.

I wil come back and update you all about my score. Till then good bye.

OMG..... G DAY.
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11 Apr 2011, 11:09
I got disappointing 660
I've to decide within few days whether to resit or not.

Any advice guys?
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11 Apr 2011, 11:13
tirupatibalaji wrote:
I got disappointing 660
I've to decide within few days whether to resit or not.

Any advice guys?

Sorry to hear that. What is the recommended for the schools you are applying to?
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11 Apr 2011, 11:16
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tirupatibalaji wrote:
I got disappointing 660
I've to decide within few days whether to resit or not.

Any advice guys?

Sorry to hear that. What is the recommended for the schools you are applying to?

I want to apply for Vlerick (Avg 640), RSM(Avg 660) and ESSEC (avg 660) MBA. I know my score matches their average score requirement, but i was aiming for 700 to have any chance for scholarship.

I don't know what to do.

I'm in a muddle.
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12 Apr 2011, 21:32
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I want to apply for Vlerick (Avg 640), RSM(Avg 660) and ESSEC (avg 660) MBA. I know my score matches their average score requirement, but i was aiming for 700 to have any chance for scholarship.

I don't know what to do.

I'm in a muddle.

Hi

I have been following your thread since quite sometime. Firstly let me congratulate you, 660 is not a bad score at all. Maybe a little less than what you were expecting and I agree that a higher GMAT score can help get better scholarships. Whether to retake or not is a tough call, why don't you put up a debrief on the 'GMAT Experiences' thread and ask people for their inputs. That section gets much more eyeballs than this one, so you might get to hear more varied points of view.

Good luck anyway!

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13 Apr 2011, 00:59
@ Therock - Thanks for your advice.

I have decided to retake the exam after 31 days. I hope i may improve on Verbal score this time. I will religiously follow Knewton classes and hope for the best.

Bring it on.....
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14 Apr 2011, 13:01
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