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Got 680 on my 4th, then 580 on my 5th. Will this be ok?

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Hi all,
I am a bit frustrated here because I only scored 580 on my 5th attempt on GMAT. This happened because I was actually having fever on the test date. My 1st attempt was 650, 2nd 610, 3rd 630, 4th 680, 5th 580 (got fever). My quantitative score was stable at 48 to 49 though my verbal was fluctuating from 25 to 34.

Will this affect the admission staff's judgement and should I informed about my condition?
Will it be possible for me to apply to 680-690 of GMAT score schools (Oxford, Cambridge)?

Cheers,
Dhira

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