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Location: Poland
Concentration: Marketing
WE: Editorial and Writing (Internet and New Media)
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New post 12 Sep 2013, 04:22
Hi guys,

After months of preparations I finally took the GMAT today and, truth me told, I am not happy with what I scored. I knew I lost my mojo during the quantitative section but pulled myself together in the verbal one. I was dissapointed when I saw 660 on the screen. I am pretty certain that I want to retake the test in a few months to prepare myself a little better. Still would like to know if my candidacy would take me anywhere with that score.

Nationality: Polish
Gender: Male
Minority: Gay
Age: 26
GMAT: 660 (Q40/V40)
TOEFL: 111
Bachelor degree in Political Science, major Media Communication (full-time) average 4.15 on a 5.0 scale
Master degree in Political Science, major Media Communication (part-time) average 4.35 on a 5.0 scale
Work experience:
5 years as a junior->senior editor at an online lifestyle magazine (glowing references)
"Independent consultant" for PR and Consulting companies (translation work, press conferences, graphic design)
Community service: helping local LGBT and Feminist organizations with events, co-founder of a university club: film festival, charity auction for a local hospice
Interests: travelling, board games, graphic design
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