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# Introducing Myself, Arsene_Wenger

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12 Jan 2005, 04:04
This is me, Arsene Wenger!

OK enough of that. My name is Chijioke (hope your tongues are safe! Anyway, it's pronounced Chee-Jie-OK), and my friends call me CJ. I hold a B.Sc in Computer Science from Imo State University, Nigeria and work as a Project Engineer in ExxonMobil, Nigeria. Outside the routine IT and techie stuff, I manage projects for the company's operations in Nigeria. I have been in the industry for 5 yrs and my target score for the GMAT is 780. To me, having made a 510 in my first attempt (Oct '04), my present mission is one of VENGEANCE and truthfully, I care less about attending business school. Right now, my career goal is to seek and get my revenge on the GMAT! My weakpoint surprisingly is Quant. Surprising because Maths remains my best subject (I remember not scoring below 76% in 13 maths courses i offered in my first degree). Well, you may say GMAT isn't about complex Differential and Integral calculus (I wish it were - don't kill me folks, just a wish ). I love SC (my spoken and written english has improved tremendously) and I hope i can improve on CR. RC is simply and is a sure bet to work vigorously on. Anyway, my next exam date is April 12 '05, the day i leave the testing centre with a 780. Mission impossible? Nada!

Outside work and reading GMAT, i watch soccer, swim, and force myself to read those investment books, learn about business ethics, and listen to global news - CNN, BBC, et al. Afterall, Charity begins at Home. At sometime after the GMAT, i plan to learn french.

Came across this site from google.com and so far, i have learnt a lot. It's great to thine with the best guys, cuz that's what you all are!

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12 Jan 2005, 19:56
Hi, Arsene. Welcome to the forum! It's definitely possible to improve your score dramatically. I encourage you to read (and re-read) some of the success stories posted here. Feel free to post any questions you have. The folks here are smart and genuinely helpful.

All the best,

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