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Hello Experts please help me.

I have booked my Gmat exam on 30th nov 2018. But according to the gmat club test scores I am sure I will not score more thn 650. So I want to ask that should I reschedule my exam?If I do so then ISB will be out then will any good colleges will be available with deadlines after january? or if I get 650 now thn will I get any good college in 650?
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Hi shubhamgmat1312,

Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

1) How long have you studied?
2) What study materials have you used so far?
3) How have you scored on EACH of your CATs/mocks (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?
4) What is your goal score?

From what you describe, it does not sound as if you have considered any other Schools besides ISB, so you might want to do a bit of research into other Programs that might offer the type of Degree that you are interested in. In that same way, you can define other potential application deadlines, average GMAT Scores, etc. so that you can plan out this next phase of your studies (as well as the rest of your overall timeline).

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shubhamgmat1312 wrote:
Hello Experts please help me.

I have booked my Gmat exam on 30th nov 2018. But according to the gmat club test scores I am sure I will not score more thn 650. So I want to ask that should I reschedule my exam?If I do so then ISB will be out then will any good colleges will be available with deadlines after january? or if I get 650 now thn will I get any good college in 650?
Confused please help.


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I would suggest to appear for a Gmatprep test to assess your exact level. Gmatprep tests are the closest to the actual test. You can take a decision based on that score. Regarding the application deadlines, IIMs and ISB dates will be over by January. But still you need to cross check the dates through the institute websites. Hope it helps.
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shubhamgmat1312 wrote:
Hello Experts please help me.

I have booked my Gmat exam on 30th nov 2018. But according to the gmat club test scores I am sure I will not score more thn 650. So I want to ask that should I reschedule my exam?If I do so then ISB will be out then will any good colleges will be available with deadlines after january? or if I get 650 now thn will I get any good college in 650?
Confused please help.


Hello shubhamgmat1312 ........ I would take the GMAC free practice exam to gauge my current level.
https://www.mba.com/exam-prep/gmat-offi ... and-2-free
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Hi shubhamgmat1312,

Have you taken an official GMAC practice exam to get a baseline score? If not, could you do so ASAP and report back here with your score breakdown?
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