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New post 10 May 2011, 14:27
Name is Sam, just recently graduated and start work in the IT consulting business. Looking to take my first GMAT in the beginning of July. I've gone through the Princeton Review book and Working on the OG book (burgundy) . Looking forward to learn more about other people's strategies. The butterflies of the test is starting to fly around, but this site is helping me greatly. Thanks
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New post 14 May 2011, 15:12
Hey everyone

My name is Jason and I'm 23 years old. I signed up yesterday but I've been lurking for the past week. I have a BS in business admin and minor in marketing. I plan on taking the GMAT around august or September. I've found so much helpful info here I would have never known otherwise. I downloaded the free iPhone app and have really started to dive into all of the studying. I cant wait to see what else I find on this site you guys have really created an amazing place

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New post 15 May 2011, 00:33
Hi all
Heard about this from a colleague, it seems to be an unbelievably good resource. I have already taken the GMAT twice last year (Jan 2nd and Feb 5th), in a huge rush as I was transferring between jobs and wanted to get it over with. This strategy proved to be hugely foolish (not surprisingly), and I'm sitting on 640 both times, with my quant dropping the second time.

I have been studying more consistently this time, going over basics, buying high school math books where necessary etc. Took my first GMAC test the other day and scored a 710, definitely inflated because of some OG 12 questions, but it was a confidence booster.

Also, I had taken the Princeton Review course in New Delhi last year, and my entire batch was very disappointed. I also had bought access to Manhattan's tests & a brief 2 week subscription to Knewton tests, but am wondering if I should repurchase anything else as blind practice didn't help. If anybody would like to contact me on my experience with these Prep courses, please feel free

It would be great to connect with anybody who has advice for retakers. I have been seeing some of the older posts on this topic and they're quite fantastic.
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Hi Aximili85, welcome the gmat club community.

Believe me, you will have to give some reasonable time to gmat preparation, if you want some reasonable score. GMAT is a tough CAT exam & one needs to deliver his/her 100%. The community here is very helpful & tons of resources are also available.

I hope you would enjoy your time here. Best of luck & keep us posted.
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New post 18 May 2011, 13:38
hello everyone,

I am Aakash :) i am working for a mnc IT company, now preparing for GMAT.
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Hi akashhongal, welcome to gmat club & best of luck for your D day.
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New post 19 May 2011, 05:40
Hello everyone!
Mahtab from Canada :D. I came to Canada from Bangladesh when I was nine years old. Currently I am 19 (turning 20 on August).

I want to do my GMAT since I've got free time and I absolutely love the type of questions in GMAT overall (a bit nerdy, I know). I had an internship with a fortune 500 company last summer and right now I am an intern for Canadian National Railway (Canada's biggest railroad company, almost like a monopoly). I am doing my undergrad in Civil Engineering and I hope to contribute at least a fraction of what I extract from this very resourceful forum!
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New post 24 May 2011, 05:50
Hi Mahtab, welcome to gmat club.

There are tons of resources available here. I hope you would find all the help from fellow members.

Best of luck & keep us posted.
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New post 24 May 2011, 12:54
Hi everyone,

Im relatibely new.. Came here just through google.. Am having a really hard time on gmat math section but i already feel supported here.. Thanks.. Mostly active on verbal cuz thats all i can do haha.. Math is really a pain in my ***
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New post 28 May 2011, 07:59
Hi, I'm Lauren. I currently work as an internal auditor for a mutual fund transfer agency. I would like to get my MBA with a concentration in non-profit organizations. However, I have a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts), was not given a GPA due to the large number of Pass/Fail courses, and have not taken a math class since junior year in high school (almost 13 years ago).

Clearly, I have my work cut out for me. :lol: I am up for the challenge though! I would like to get a 650 on the GMAT. I took a GMATprep test yesterday and got a 550 (30Q 35V I think). I really need to work on all the concepts of math, but I think my goal is pretty attainable. I am also planning on taking some business-related math courses at a local community college to hopefully beef up my educational experience.

I don't know what schools I want to apply to yet. I have a lot of preparation to do before I can think about applying, but I figured joining here would be a good step towards getting the process started. Just waiting for my books to come from Amazon and I'll be ready to go!
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Hey Everyone,

I've been lurking on the forums for a couple of months and have recently made the decision to puruse an MBA. I am currently a Risk Manager at a regional bank and this will be my second attempt at the GMAT. I last took the exam in 2007 when applying to a MS in Finance program. I scored a 700 (50Q,34V); however I plan to matriculate in 2013, after the 5 year GMAT score eligibility. Also, I am confident that I could do better on the verbal section, especially now that I've discovered GMATClub :).
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New post 01 Jun 2011, 02:06
Hello there Friends,
Just joined the gang. Hope to have good time here.

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New post 01 Jun 2011, 14:11
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My name is satish. I have a bachelors in Computer science. I have about 8 + yrs of experience in the s/w consulting business. my ideal GMAT score would be mid 700's and considering my current scores (I scored a paltry 600 on my Kaplan assessment test), I have a long way to go. I love consulting business and would like to switch to management consulting from software consulting, not that I have any experience in it, but what the heck theres gotto be a first time. My ideal schools are Berkley , Fuqua. I would like to improve upon my verbal skills. SC in particular. Good luck preparing for GMAT guys. Lets all kick some GMAT butt

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Welcome! I noticed you are interested in management consulting. Well, from a former management consultant, I recommend you read this article on the GMAT and how it relates to a career in management consulting.

SC is the easiest to improve in the short term. Reading may take a little longer---these RC videos may help.

Enjoy!
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New post 03 Jun 2011, 05:32
Hey guys,

I`ve been lurking for a while. After about 3 months of studying, about to take my first (and hopefully last) shot at the GMAT on Monday, June 6th!

I`m currently in strategy/management consulting, after having spent a couple of years doing M&A at a large Brazilian industrial group. Getting my MBA has always been one of my goals - let`s see how the GMAT goes so I can start thinking a little bit more about school selection.
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New post 03 Jun 2011, 18:57
Hey everyone..I have been reading the forums for the last several weeks. I just started seriously preparing for the GMAT. There is so much useful information here about study plans and strategies. It's really nice to see so many highly highly motivated people and of course thanks for sharing!
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New post 04 Jun 2011, 14:20
hi guys. i'm a undergrad senior (grad dec 2011) at a small (ranked) private university. i wasn't planning on getting a MBA degree until just recently..... totally screwed up my gpa from carelessness.. currently have a 3.2. really want to go to bu for ms/mba dual degree. i'm currently 22 and the college has said (verbatim) "the average age of students accepted into dual degree programs is higher." thus should i hold off on applying? ideally would want to go when i'm 25. when should i start studying for gmats? i'm horrible with math. went up to highschool alg2 and college statistics. thanks!
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New post 09 Jun 2011, 18:00
Nice to meet everyone.

I found you guys a couple days ago in an Epiphany moment when I realized I could Google Kaplan questions I didn't understand XD I just started studying and am about three months out for my GMAT, target date Sept. 15th. Target score, 750. I've worked through a Kaplan book and took a CAT today, scored 580 (35/35)...ways still to go >.< but whatever.

Anyways, looking forward to meeting everyone.
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New post 17 Jun 2011, 02:42
Hi everyone my name is Abhi and i have started preparing for GMAT recently
my target score is around 750 . and i'm very sure GC will go a very long way in helping me to achieve that score

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New post 08 Jul 2011, 00:47
HI guys, I'm Alex. I'm currently hovering around the 600 mark on the few practice exams I've taken. My goal is to take the GMAT this coming September and to score a 700. Which means I'll be dedicated many many hour a week studying as I lead up to my exam date.

I'm 30 years old, I'm the marketing manager for an online research chemical company. My undergrad is in 'Behavior Science & Health' ... If you are confused as to what that is or what it does for you, you are not alone. I don't know myself. HAHA.

My undergrad took me MUCH longer than it should have, and my GPA isn't anywhere near where it should be. While my work experience has been good, it isn't GREAT. Conclusion: I reaaaally need to bust out an amazing GMAT score to supplement some of the areas where I lack.

Anyway, I'm very glad I stumbled upon this forum. Excited to learn and grow.

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