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hello Friends

I have one small question.

can i get admission in good MBA school with 650 score.

I am okay with quant but not sure about verbal

Q47.V30 is my target : is this okay?

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New post 11 Oct 2008, 06:11
gmat is one part of the application. you have a good chance with 650 but your app/interview needs to excel. it also helps to write an essay for the adcom to discount the gmat score.

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New post 11 Oct 2008, 06:48
vishalgc wrote:
hello Friends

I have one small question.

can i get admission in good MBA school with 650 score.

I am okay with quant but not sure about verbal

Q47.V30 is my target : is this okay?

Thanks

Actually i would suggest you should work harder for a good score !!
since V30 has lots of scope for improvement ,even im sailing in the same boat , i get 35 in verbal or max 39 ,but somehow if u have not taken date as of now then do manhattan sc material,powerprep for CR
then give the test you ll get a difference !!
even prac RC :shock: one thing which i never did !!
all the best !! anything above 700 is always good and 680 is decent !!
as said in the above post 650 will require too gud essays !! and excellent profile !!All the best !! :)
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New post 11 Oct 2008, 08:59
Thanks for your feedback friends

To be frank I am not good at english at all but have excellant acadamic + extracurr. + Work Expr(3 years) .

and I already taken exam date : I have now less than 15 days time with me.

I have just finish Manhatten SCtoday and will do OG10 SC tmrw.

I am planning to go for GMATPREP and MGMAT, Rightnow i am just focusing on MATHS :(

I am hitting 30/37 write with 15minute to spare :)

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New post 12 Oct 2008, 08:04
You can get into many good schools with a 650, sure. But as another poster said, that's only one criterion. If the other aspects of your app are strong, you would have a good shot at good schools. Not likely Top 10 with a 650, but certainly still top 25.

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