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Hi guys,
On 14 February 2019 I took GMAT exam and got 740 (Q50, V40)
However I performed too bad on IR and AWA.
I got 5 IR and on AWA I wrote 5-6 sentences.

Should I consider retaking?
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Unless you have a very low AWA score, I think you will be fine. If you do retake the GMAT, do you think you could hit a Q50/V40 again?
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I think I can. I got 760 and 750 on mba.com tests. I think I can score even more but you know that small portion is always about luck and deviation. But they told me that 760 and 740 for example are the same for b-schools. That does not make difference. Maybe TOEFL will help me.
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New post 23 Feb 2019, 06:22
actionscript wrote:
I think I can. I got 760 and 750 on mba.com tests. I think I can score even more but you know that small portion is always about luck and deviation. But they told me that 760 and 740 for example are the same for b-schools. That does not make difference. Maybe TOEFL will help me.
I think you asked the same question on another thread, so I'm not sure whether your question has already been answered.

You will most likely not need to take the exam again. Your V40 is a very good score, and should be enough to convince your target programs that your AWA score can be overlooked (even if you got a score less than 4). That said, I'd take the GMAT again if I were you. Do you think you have the time for a retake?

Also, reach out to your target programs and ask them what they think about an AWA score of 2 or 3 (or whatever score you got). Mention your total and sectional scores, and mention that you don't consider your AWA score a true reflection of your abilities.
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