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# GMAT low 700s vs. 750+

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05 Oct 2010, 12:40
Don't really think it matters if you have an 80/80 distribution of Q, V. Also some schools pay more attention to your GMAT than others.
HBS won't mind if you have a 690, but a 3.9 from an Ivy. CBS, Wharton might.
If you have a 710 vs a 770 and you have at least an 80/80 distribution, doesn't do much difference if your GPA is solid.

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