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GMAT 620 --> Should I apply in R3 ?

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New post 05 Jan 2018, 06:50
Hi All,

I'm looking for some serious advice from you all regarding a situation I am in right now.

I just gave my GMAT before the R2 deadlines and scored a meagre 620 (Q:45, V:29, IR: 3) and ended up cancelling the score.
The aim was to apply in R3 for the limited colleges which do accept an R3 for International Students and hopefully with a better score.

But I see that most of the deadlines for R3 are in February (1st week onwards until February end). This gives me absolutely no time for preparing the application if I want to attempt my GMAT by the end of this month (3 weeks from now). I had also left my job with the aim of not looking back and getting a seat for Fall 2018.

Things have turned pretty scary for me and I'm at a cross road where none of the paths look good but I need to decide one of them.

Could you kindly suggest me what I should do at this point?

1) Accept the 620 and apply in R3.
2) Try for a better GMAT in 3 weeks and apply for a few colleges which have their deadlines by Feb End until March.
3) Try for colleges which have an MBA intake in Spring.

My profile is not that great. I have 3.2 years of R&D Experience in a Telecom Company, 7.22 GPA and nothing exceptional in my Extra-curricular activities.
Although I do have the confidence to create a stellar essay.

I don't have the option to push myself to next year as I'll be without a job for very long or I'll need to search for a job and that takes away the steam.

Also, do I need to write TOEFL ? My college's mode of instruction was English.

Any valuable suggestions will greatly be appreciated.

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Guys any help? :(
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