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28 Dec 2006, 16:04
If you have high scores on the above standardized tests, should you include them on your application resume? Obviously, the adcoms will see the GMAT, but what about a test like the LSAT?

Does it make a difference if you are interested in consulting where employers seem to want this info?

To include or not to include? Any thoughts?

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28 Dec 2006, 16:51
I'm not including the LSAT in my application or my b-school resume. I might add it back for my job search resume if I find that employers are interested. My percentile was roughly equal for all 3 exams, so it's not much of a concern for me. If you have a really high LSAT and a mediocre GMAT, you might consider including it but I don't believe it will help much.

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28 Dec 2006, 18:32
basically, 750 (98%) GMAT; 175 (99.4%) LSAT

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28 Dec 2006, 19:37
I've tossed around the idea of briefly mentioning my ACT Verbal score as evidence that I have stronger verbal skills than my last GMAT indicated, but i'm thinking it may come off looking lame.

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29 Dec 2006, 10:55
rustmonster wrote:
basically, 750 (98%) GMAT; 175 (99.4%) LSAT

750? Is that all? Wow man, I hope you have a good story to explain that crappy score.

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29 Dec 2006, 17:26
Unless one applying to a relevant joint degree program, there does not appear to be much point in including other test scores on the application.

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29 Dec 2006, 17:52
thanks, all

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