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New post 23 Sep 2019, 12:37
Hello everyone!!!

I am in a tough situation here, please help!!

I am planning executive MBA starting from 2020 April in almost all the leading IIMs, for that deadline for the admissions is max.15th November (2nd Round).

I have planned to appear on GMAT on 15th October. My preparation is not up to mark due to so many reasons (inadequate techniques may be one of them). Job, Kids, Office, Travel blah blah blah

My Official GMAT Practice Score are.... :shh: :shh:

530- Q-47, V- 19 (2 weeks Ago)

460- Q- 36, V- 17. (4 Days Ago)

20 days left now... :?

What to do......???

Please Guide.
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New post 23 Sep 2019, 18:54
moneshrathore - Welcome to GMAT Club. I do not want to sound difficult but you may have to defer you GMAT given your recent practice test scores are quite low. Please remember the cut off scores of most IIMs are quite high. Typically, test takers study for 3 months to get a solid GMAT score. Anyhow, I would highly recommend that you enroll in a structured online course. Also, please take a few moments to review the GMAT Club study plan.

GMAT Club Study Plan: https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-study-plan-217827.html
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