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Percentile of AWA 6.00 ?

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RiverRipper,

I am far past late twenties at 34 but am not risking R3 as far as my essays and the rest of the stuff goes. I just had sometime recently and took up GMAT again. Actually I enjoy it this time. Since I have 3-4 more weeks for the schools I consider , I said why not? Plus 730 is set as my security net, stress is way weaker a factor now.

760 to 780 is the top of the 80% mark most schools in my list have, so meeting or surpassing it may make my "ripe age" a bit more acceptible.
At least that's what I hope...

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