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New post 07 Jul 2004, 02:59
hi
I am seeking your valuable advise on GMAT attempts. I have taken GMAT twice and scored 570 and 580. my questions are

a. how B schools perceive taking gmat more than once or twice.
b. does it make a sense for me to take gmat "Again" and get a good score.
( say 700+)

i have a good profile , 28 yrs, experince with worlds 3rd best shipping company , and asias top notch IT consulting company, good extra carris and average GPA.

thanks in anticipation.

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New post 07 Jul 2004, 12:36
Schools take the highest score, so more than once is fine. Many applicants take it more than once. More than three times will probably raise eyebrows.

You should probably give it another go, and make sure you knock it out of the park this time.
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