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New post 21 Nov 2006, 09:09
Please evaluate my chance:
1. Vietnamese.
2. GPA: 8:00 (top 10%)
3. TOEFL 610
4. GMAT: 680
5. Experience: leadership / extracurricular activities
6. Company: Famous consulting
6. Post MBA : consulting/ brand management / marketing

School I apply: Wharton / Kellogg/Chicago/ Columbia/ Duke/ Tuck and Darden.

Please evaluate my chance at these school. Should i raise GMAT score to 700 to ahve better chance?

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New post 21 Nov 2006, 18:23
Based on the limited information, I'd say you have a shot at these schools -- nothing that has already ruled you out. If you are planning on applying this year, I'd say definitely focus on putting together really strong applications.
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New post 21 Nov 2006, 21:16
thanks for very prompt answer. So, I do not need to raise 20 scores for GMAT?

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Are you applying this year?

How many times have you taken the GMAT?

Do you think a 680 is reflective of your abilities on the exam?
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New post 22 Nov 2006, 09:49
Thanks for your promt reply.

Yes, this year. For GMAT, just twice. I think 720-740 can reflect my ability. But 680 is enough?

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New post 22 Nov 2006, 16:54
680 is enough. What really matters is #5 in your list.

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