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New post 29 Oct 2008, 01:31
Hey guys,

Nice to meet you all!

1) Undergrad @ USC.
2) Was a corporate controller for a start-up.
3) Looking to possibly pursue a JD/MBA. I've taken the LSAT and now I'm thinking about the GMAT! I guess standardized tests are an addiction. (aren't I sick?) :oops:
4) Goal: The higher, the better! 700+ of course! :twisted:
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New post 01 Nov 2008, 18:28
Hello,

Just wanted to say Hello. Came across this forum in May but been busy ever since. I have scheduled my GMAT in Dec 2008 and yet to start studying. I came across this forum after a google search for top GMAT scores. I think this forum can be of immense help to all candidates.
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New post 19 Nov 2008, 16:15
I came to this site through google seeing if what prep materials were online. I saw that most folks are using several different approaches rather than one comprehensive approach. I applaud this site as I have gained valuable insights through a variety of characters on this site.

At present, I've nailed the math and the Essays and can guide anyone in those areas to significantly improve. However, I'm still struggling with Verbal and I've can't break 30. Go figure. I really need help here, so if anyone has any suggestions I'm open.

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New post 11 Dec 2008, 00:06
Hi guys,

1. Senior year of college at Top 10 school; Econ & Math Double
2. Did investment banking internship last summer :shock: but am going into consulting after graduation :-D
3. Want to go to b-school after 2 years and want to get GMAT done by end of senior year
4. Am also considering law school... maybe JD/MBA?
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New post 15 Dec 2008, 03:01
Hi all,
My name is Vinod, I am an Indian. I am working in an IT company as a consultant, I never took getting an admission into a foreign b-school seriously i was more focused upon getting an admission into IIMs (the holy grail for majority of Indians) but i was enlightened by my cousin, who gave me a glimpse of what an MBA outside India could do and i decided if i do an MBA it has to be from one of the top 10 schools and so began my journey to ace the GMAT (this being the first step). I wish good luck to all the other people who dream about the schools they want to be in. And now the journey begins
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New post 10 Jan 2009, 02:33
Hi All,

I just came across the name of this forum on one of the sites I was navigating through.

I am a BA(hons) in Russian Language, Literature and cultural studies from JNU, New Delhi. I served Indian Army as Lieut. for 2.5 years and resigned my commission in Dec 2006. Then I joined one of the Independent Software Testing Firm as Manual Test Engineer. Based on my initiative I was given the opportunity to try my hands in Automated Testing. Currently I am Senior Automation Test Engineer and serving Automation Center of Excellence in my firm.

I am thinking of GMAT since I left Army. I started my preparation since October last year. Finished with some three books. There is a long way to go. Now I have planned to continue the preparation GMAT way. Thinking for reaching mid 700's.
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New post 14 Jan 2009, 15:37
Hi All,

This website is very informative and I have learned a lot about the GMAT from reading all of the posts over the last few days. I'm going to take the GMAT in August so I have plenty of time to study and hopefully get a 600+. I look forward to getting to know everyone. Thanks!
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New post 19 Jan 2009, 03:13
Hi guys,

First post here, so I’d like to introduce myself to the community. I’m an Italian 28yo male, graduated in social sciences, with 4 years of professional experience across a number of roles in the marketing environment. I’m interested in getting an MBA to complete my education with solid business foundations, which, I hope, will be of benefit for my career in the future. My plan is to apply this year for the class entering in September 2010 (class of 2012).

I first started preparing for the GMAT last October, when I took a ManhattanGMAT free CAT test (without any previous study). I scored 560, I panicked, and immediately signed up for one of their online courses. The course ended yesterday, and I must say that it has been a really positive experience. I’m now scoring 680 (always in MGMAT test), and looking forward to take my first GMATPrep.

However, I have my exam scheduled for mid-April. My target is to hit the 700 barrier, possibly with a balanced score between quant and verbal (let’s say, both above 40). Do you guys think that I should make use of the GMATClub tests in this period, or should I focus on the GMATPrep only?

Suggestions and comments are welcome!!
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New post 01 Feb 2009, 00:31
Hi all,

Let me introduce myself- My name is Devindra Sharma & I am working with 3M India Limited, in sales (B2B, Industrial). I carry a mechanical engg degree from Pune & experience of more than 6 years in Sales. Now with an objective of shifting myself to Marketing & Strategies, I would like to give GMAT in May 2009.

I have started my studies with basic grammer from Kaplan & Manhattan & then practice quetions on SC/CR/RC from OG & 1000 questns & not yet geared up for Maths. I have just started so I really can't which would be my strong area, but looking into the questions, I think CR is one thing where I am decent at.

So thats it, guys plz help me out as how I can be more specific to the Test & how I can plan my time ( as I find much lesser time because of work pressure in sales)

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New post 28 Feb 2009, 07:45
Hi folks

This is Xumit and I'm here to introduce myself so that we all have smooth ride with each other for next couple of months (years!). I'm a 30 year old Marine Engineer and want to start preparing myself for a career-change. And that means start getting serious about GMAT.

I'm initially aiming for 700 but pretty sure that I can extract better outta me. GmatClub.com is going to be a fantastic platform.

Ciao

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New post 11 Mar 2009, 11:32
hello evry1
i m an executive in the energy sector with 3.5 years ofexperience and engineering degree in my kitie..I plan to give GMAT sumwhere in jun and looking forwardto gud schools with specialisation in operations and supply chain management. i intendto become a part of the consulting companies.
i have given GMAT last year but scored jus 660 though i was getting 700+ in my prep exams.I believe that was due to all those sleepless nights i had before the exams.my weaker section is verbal.
this forum hasbeen suggestedto me by my college senior studying in ISB india.
all suggestions and discussions are welcome.
i also request all members to contribute owards the reasons to choose a particular school,scholarship details and deadlines. as it will help in the pocess of getting mba :lol: .
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New post 11 Mar 2009, 11:45
Hi
I am 38 :oops: - wrote GMAT during last August-scored 590(due to dismal Verbal).Aiming for a retake in May/June 2009.
I am working as Sr Officer in the Govt.
With work exp of more than 12 yrs I am aiming for PGPX(IIM-s).

gmat club is simply the best forum on gmatland. :)

my fav forums include CR,RC,SC and GMAT Club Tests.
keep PMing if you need me.
I love to contribute my ideas and do convey the same to moderators here.thanks
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I am currently studying to take the GMAT for a second time. I took it about a month ago with only 2 months of study and did horribly!! I was high 300s. I was soo embarrassed and discouraged. I always made great grades in school so I was really crushed when I received that score. I have become more of a forum person and discovered this forum on my own. I am currently working on a study plan and am willing to take any advice out there. I have recently purchased many mgmat books to help prep this time. My biggest weakness is in verbal...I AM HORRIBLE!!! My math is stronger however it needs much improvement. I am currently looking at Texas and Rice MBA programs. I do work in finance which helps but it is CDO Finance (which is slowly dying a painful death) I look forward to getting to know people on this forum and hearing any advice!!!
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New post 08 Apr 2009, 03:32
Greetings,

My name is Arun. I am working in the IT field with 8 yrs of experience.

Glad to have found this forum. I see that its full of activities helping each other to score their dream. I am planning to take up GMAT around last week of July 2009. I am a newbie. Expecting all the help and advices i can to score 700+.

Cheers!!!
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New post 11 Apr 2009, 13:45
Hi guys,

I found Gmatclub through a guy who approached me studying for the GMAT at Starbucks. Luckily that guy was Comebackkid, who is the 39 yr. old poster who scored a 770 here. I'm just at the very early stages of studying for my GMAT and am looking to take the test in August.

I got Princeton Review Online to start with, but unfortunately everybody is telling me I wasted my money. Either way, I'll be giving that a shot along with the MGMAT, OG, GMAT Focus, GMATprep, and a few LSAT books for further CR & RC stuff.

Looking forward to meeting everybody here--looks like a great community

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New post 11 May 2009, 12:03
hi everyone,

I came across this site after writing my gmat the first time. I got a 670 the first time round, and am rewriting at the end of this month. Hopefully it'll go 700+ well come D day.

thanks for this great site. It keeps me sane knowing there are others out there going through the same experience. goodluck to all future gmat writers and rewriters!

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New post 18 May 2009, 01:30
Hello everyone!

I graduated from college around 5 years ago and plan to apply to an MBA program starting in the fall of 2010. I want to take my GMAT by late August or early September and am aiming for something close to a 750. My target schools include Chicago Booth, Stanford GSB, Sloan and Tuck.

I find the GMAT Club forum an excellent resource for not just GMAT prep but also MBA apps. I look forward to being a regular visitor to the forum in the coming months!
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New post 07 Jun 2009, 21:52
Graduated with a Kinesiology degree in the Spring, and now I want to start preparing for the GMAT and a B-School. Considering trying to find a job or internship that can be better applied to my application. Also have a few entrepreneur ventures I am working on currently.

Thinking of applying for the Fall of 2011, so I have some time to prepare, although I am a complete 'noob' when it comes to studying for the GMAT, so I'm here to soak in everything I can.
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New post 07 Jun 2009, 22:08
bigK wrote:
Graduated with a Kinesiology degree in the Spring, and now I want to start preparing for the GMAT and a B-School. Considering trying to find a job or internship that can be better applied to my application. Also have a few entrepreneur ventures I am working on currently.

Thinking of applying for the Fall of 2011, so I have some time to prepare, although I am a complete 'noob' when it comes to studying for the GMAT, so I'm here to soak in everything I can.


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New post 09 Jul 2009, 14:43
Hi All,

I am new to this forum.
Just navigated through some of the links and I must say... the knowledge shared is awesome.... really wonderful.

I hope n wish our efforts lead us to where we want to reach.

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