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I am currently finishing my final semester of my Bachelors in Business Administration in the USA. I am also in the process of completing my applications for Masters in Management programs in Germany for the winter 2019 semester. I am taking the GMAT in a few weeks, as some of the schools require it. For the schools that don't require the GMAT, it is optional to add the score to the application.

I have never been a good standardized test taker, and I am beginning to get frustrated with my GMAT practice scores. My verbal is fine, but I'm really struggling with the Quantitative section. Any last minute exam tips?

I'm pretty worried that I won't hit the target score of a 600 which is the minimum for some of the schools. However, I have a solid GPA and previous academic history, as well as international experience. I am wondering how competitive the German programs are, and if I have a solid chance of getting in, even without a high GMAT score?

The list of schools I'm applying to are the Berlin School of Economics and Law, Goethe University, the University of Hamburg, the University of Mannheim, and the University of Cologne. I have already completed my CV, motivation letters, and compiled all of my transcripts. I am reaching out for advice for anyone with experience with the German school system, and any advice regarding the application process. I am very determined to achieve my goal of making it into a winter 2019 program, so any and all advice will be more than appreciated :)
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New post 23 Jan 2019, 15:38
I suggest you try the Foundation of GMAT Math by Manhattan for brushing your basic concepts. Also, you can practice questions from the Official Guides directory available for free on gmat club. You may highlight about your lack of ability to perform in standardized tests in the "additional information" or similar column of your application. Do try to justify your point by giving material examples such as your GPA and academic history.
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