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Low IR with not-so-bad GMAT Score

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Hi,

My total GMAT score is 700.
1. IR score: 2 (12th Percentile)
2. Quant Score: 49 (75th Percentile)
3. Verbal: 37 (88th Percentile)

I do not know, yet, what should I do now. I have accepted this score and planned further to retake the GMAT.
Any suggestions of yours' are most welcome.

Thanks again for all the help in advance.

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Abhinav
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Re: Low IR with not-so-bad GMAT Score [#permalink]

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New post 03 Jan 2018, 12:20
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Hi,

My total GMAT score is 700.
1. IR score: 2 (12th Percentile)
2. Quant Score: 49 (75th Percentile)
3. Verbal: 37 (88th Percentile)

I do not know, yet, what should I do now. I have accepted this score and planned further to retake the GMAT.
Any suggestions of yours' are most welcome.

Thanks again for all the help in advance.

Best,
Abhinav



I think you should give one more try. Not that you score is low or you will not get admission but if you r aiming for the top colleges good IR score may give you edge over rest of the applicants. You should reschedule you exam in next few weeks only so that you can start applying for the colleges based on this score or the next score, whichever better.
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