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New post 12 Oct 2013, 11:23
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Hi my name is Sabine and I am fairly knew to the world of business and the gmat in general. I hold a BA in African-American studies with a concentration on Anthropology. I am looking to apply to the dual MA/MBA program in cross cultural sustainable business management at the American University of Paris. I am a New Yorker. I started seriously studying for the GMAT just shy of two weeks ago. I took my first practice test and scored a low 330 with both 17 in Quant and Verb and 2 in integrated reasoning, I take it that is my weak area. I am anxious by nature and i'm currently looking for all the help I can get since I'm not to sure how to tackle a consistent study plan. I currently have the 13th edition of the official guide for gmat review book. does anyone else know of any good books or resources that can help a newbie like me? or any advice is greatly appreciated.


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New post 15 Oct 2013, 05:51
thank you.I am new for this forum.I think this forum is helpful for me in future.
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New post 15 Oct 2013, 13:38
I'm Vijay from India.
I'll take my test on 14 Jan 14.
Had taken CAT(common apt test) twice and managed to get 98%ile but unfortunately didn't convert calls from top schools.

So trying out GMAT.

Aiming 700+.

Looking forward to interacting with all.
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New post 18 Oct 2013, 03:44
hey everybody,
I am Chaitali, from India. I am not completely new to the club as its been a while since I've been enrolled. But now am totally addicted to it. I am quite grateful to the founders of this community as this club is a wonderful resource pool for all GMAT takers across the world.

A little background about myself - I am a graduate in Economics from SRCC and have been working in Risk Advisory arm of KPMG. I wish to do an MBA ('14 intake) in the field of marketing or luxury marketing. My second option would be HR management.

I am aiming at a score of mid-700. Hoping to make the most of this forum and share as much with others.

All the best to all :) :) :)

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New post 18 Oct 2013, 06:08
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I'm Vijay from India.
I'll take my test on 14 Jan 14.
Had taken CAT(common apt test) twice and managed to get 98%ile but unfortunately didn't convert calls from top schools.

So trying out GMAT.

Aiming 700+.

Looking forward to interacting with all.

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hey everybody,
I am Chaitali, from India. I am not completely new to the club as its been a while since I've been enrolled. But now am totally addicted to it. I am quite grateful to the founders of this community as this club is a wonderful resource pool for all GMAT takers across the world.

A little background about myself - I am a graduate in Economics from SRCC and have been working in Risk Advisory arm of KPMG. I wish to do an MBA ('14 intake) in the field of marketing or luxury marketing. My second option would be HR management.

I am aiming at a score of mid-700. Hoping to make the most of this forum and share as much with others.

All the best to all :) :) :)

“Just know, when you truly want success, you’ll never give up on it. No matter how bad the situation may get.” - Unknown

The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.
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Hi Vijay and chaitali,

Welcome to Gmatclub,

Hope you guys make most out of the wonderful place.
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New post 05 Nov 2013, 09:12
Hi guys,

that is not my first time on this forum, but the first time I'm here as a registered user:) Happy to be the part of such an amazing club and hope I will contribute to its content also.

My approximate GMAT date is 21/12/13, goal is about 720-750 scores. Math theory is done, verbal and cats are waiting for me. Looking forward to associate with any of you!:)
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New post 09 Nov 2013, 15:13
Hi All,

New to this, decided I want to pursue this. Read the section on how to prepare for the GMAT posted on this forum board and now I'm ready to tackle this. My GPA in engineering school up here in Canada was somewhere around 3.0 and that was 4 years ago BUT I'm aiming for 700+ on the GMAT.

Good luck to all!

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New post 09 Nov 2013, 18:49
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Hi guys,

that is not my first time on this forum, but the first time I'm here as a registered user:) Happy to be the part of such an amazing club and hope I will contribute to its content also.

My approximate GMAT date is 21/12/13, goal is about 720-750 scores. Math theory is done, verbal and cats are waiting for me. Looking forward to associate with any of you!:)

tali86 wrote:
Hi All,

New to this, decided I want to pursue this. Read the section on how to prepare for the GMAT posted on this forum board and now I'm ready to tackle this. My GPA in engineering school up here in Canada was somewhere around 3.0 and that was 4 years ago BUT I'm aiming for 700+ on the GMAT.

Good luck to all!

thanks


Welcome to Gmatclub guys.. :)
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New post 11 Nov 2013, 07:44
Hello everyone Greetings !,

This is Abhishek Sinha, from India working with the beleaguered Indian Power Sector. I have got more than 3 years of Experience & work as an Operation-Engineer. I am really passionate about this 1 year MBA offered by the IVY-league B-Schools, all over the Globe.
I have just started my preparations for GMAT, all alone of my own, i find it difficult to develop the competency preparing alone.
If you guys can just help me in my preparations in anyway...it would be a great help altogether.
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New post 11 Nov 2013, 07:50
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Hello everyone Greetings !,

This is Abhishek Sinha, from India working with the beleaguered Indian Power Sector. I have got more than 3 years of Experience & work as an Operation-Engineer. I am really passionate about this 1 year MBA offered by the IVY-league B-Schools, all over the Globe.
I have just started my preparations for GMAT, all alone of my own, i find it difficult to develop the competency preparing alone.
If you guys can just help me in my preparations in anyway...it would be a great help altogether.


Welcome to gc club..check this out..

everything-you-need-to-prepare-for-the-gmat-129968.html

gmat-study-plan-how-to-start-your-gmat-prep-80727.html
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New post 16 Nov 2013, 03:03
Hi everyone!

I'm Marie. I'm 21 years old and I want to take the GMAT as it is a requirement to get in french management schools !

Hope to talk to you soon!

Marie
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New post 23 Nov 2013, 02:45
Hi everyone!!

this is Luna from Spain, getting started in this whole GMAT - MBA thing.
From background Engineering, im hoping to get a decent mark in GMAT to be able to apply some good schools.
I went through the whole og12, and now i have all the MGMAT and other books, og13 among others, an 1 and a half month to still study...i dont really know how should i organise myself till then, and if the MGMAT are worth the time...
In any case, i wanted to congratulate the gmatclub members for such a great blog and job you are doing. This is literally great!!

Thank you
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New post 25 Nov 2013, 06:57
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Hi everyone!!

this is Luna from Spain, getting started in this whole GMAT - MBA thing.
From background Engineering, im hoping to get a decent mark in GMAT to be able to apply some good schools.
I went through the whole og12, and now i have all the MGMAT and other books, og13 among others, an 1 and a half month to still study...i dont really know how should i organise myself till then, and if the MGMAT are worth the time...
In any case, i wanted to congratulate the gmatclub members for such a great blog and job you are doing. This is literally great!!

Thank you

MarieQ wrote:
Hi everyone!

I'm Marie. I'm 21 years old and I want to take the GMAT as it is a requirement to get in french management schools !

Hope to talk to you soon!

Marie


Hi Marie and Luna,

Welcome to GC club, hope you will make most out of it. :)
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New post 26 Nov 2013, 23:58
Hello Everyone,

My name is Lightbourne. Im a 23 year old African American male from East Coast U.S. I'm looking to get into Georgetown university, University of Virignia or University of Maryland for corporate strategy or consulting. I really haven't decided yet. Hopefully, I will have a chance to figure out. Anyways, I haven't been on a forum in two years, since i finished undergrad. I actually forgot forums existed.

However, I am soooooo excited and gracious of this website. I have been trying to by myself using subpar study schedules/methods. I'm glad i can connect with other people out there. Reading your posts motivates me. I took the GMAT last summer and got a 440....I'm looking to get a 640. Im strongest in the AWA and verbal...so I am only concentrating on the quant now as my retake test date is in two weeks on Dcember 14, 2013!! :twisted: :evil: :shock:

I stumbled on this website while googling how to calculate my AWA score to see how muc hit adds to my three digit overall score. But, it looks like you all only care about the Q & V sections lol.
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New post 27 Nov 2013, 03:44
Hi lightbourne.,

Welcome to gmatclub... Regarding the AWA, it does not have any bearing on your score out of 800. Only the quant and verbal sections contribute to it.. The IR and AWA are scored separately.. However, if you are looking to improve your AWA, chinese burned's guide here how-to-get-6-0-awa-my-guide-64327.html is gold... You might want to check it out... Hope you enjoy the resources here... All the best

Lightbourne wrote:
Hello Everyone,

My name is Lightbourne. Im a 23 year old African American male from East Coast U.S. I'm looking to get into Georgetown university, University of Virignia or University of Maryland for corporate strategy or consulting. I really haven't decided yet. Hopefully, I will have a chance to figure out. Anyways, I haven't been on a forum in two years, since i finished undergrad. I actually forgot forums existed.

However, I am soooooo excited and gracious of this website. I have been trying to by myself using subpar study schedules/methods. I'm glad i can connect with other people out there. Reading your posts motivates me. I took the GMAT last summer and got a 440....I'm looking to get a 640. Im strongest in the AWA and verbal...so I am only concentrating on the quant now as my retake test date is in two weeks on Dcember 14, 2013!! :twisted: :evil: :shock:

I stumbled on this website while googling how to calculate my AWA score to see how muc hit adds to my three digit overall score. But, it looks like you all only care about the Q & V sections lol.

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New post 03 Dec 2013, 00:53
Hi everyone,
I'm part of this community from about 10 days, hoping for an enriching experience and finding buddies sailing on the same boat as mine. As for my profile it goes like this.,

B.E in mechanical engineering from one of the oldest engineering colleges(UVCE) in the silicon city of India Bangalore, in the year 2011. Over two years of work-ex in engineering r&d services group of, one of India's reputed IT services companies. As for the work-ex it's not as glorious as it sounds, been doing some good for nothing post production support activities for a US network equipment manufacturer. My interests always lied in the field of automobiles and aerospace, hoping to work for another two years in the product design/development functions in these sectors and later apply for a good management program which would help me realise my dream of working for the aerospace biggies(boeing, airbus, bombardier.....,). Targetting a score of 700+, planning to give GMAT in feb or march this year.

I appreciate if someone can mentor me regarding my career aspirations, as my goal post MBA is to remain in the technology sector. So that i can get an early start towards realising my dream.

Hail GMATclub.,
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New post 17 Dec 2013, 08:34
What up! My name is Eddy from Germany and I gonna do the GMAT in about 3 months if thats enough time to learn for it. Im 22 years old and I'm gonna finish my bachelor next summer!

Wish you guys the best
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New post 27 Dec 2013, 01:19
My name is Jackson, 29 and I am from Australia. Economics undergrad, Bus Dev Exec for large cap chemical distributor in unconventional gas.

Targeting Insead as a preference, hoping to get in on basis of a narrative that fits with the school, international experience, professional and personal success. Trying to make up for low GPA of 3 with higher GMAT, so targeting 700+.

Alternatively will take an MBA that fits with my career preferences, potentially a reputable US school that is close to the head office of the company I work for.
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New post 27 Dec 2013, 09:25
Hi,
I am Ashok from India. Telecom Engineer with 6 years of experience.
Target GMAT score is 700-750. ISB is my first choice. Don't want to invest double amount for a foreign MBA.
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New post 28 Dec 2013, 18:30
Hi everyone,

I go by Nai, and I'm currently in a finance leadership rotational development program with large chemical manufacturing company.

I took the GMAT Dec 7th and did not score as well as I would have liked to. I'm hoping to hit the 700 mark or come as close to it as possible. Post MBA I want to go into Asset Management.

I'm currently in a Manhattan GMAT course, so hopefully I will learn enough to score well on my second attempt scheduled for February 2014. If you have any tips or suggestions please send them my way. :-)

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