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New post 30 Aug 2017, 08:34
Tested GMAT 3 weeks ago, score was not impressive.
Scored 710 (91%) V40 (91%) Q48(69%) IR 8(93%) AWA 5.5(80%)
Graduated with a bachelor in business with highest honor and a master degree within four years at a top 20 university GPA3.85/4.00
ranks top 5% of the class, dean's list every semester, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delta Epsilon
Currently working in top3 US investment bank with 2 years of experience
Solid community service, involved in firm recruiting and intern mentoring, part of alumni interviewer for my undergrad college and other EC

Want to target top10 MBA programs for fall 2018.

Should I retake GMAT to improve my chances???

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New post 31 Aug 2017, 14:35
Ryan.s94 wrote:
Tested GMAT 3 weeks ago, score was not impressive.
Scored 710 (91%) V40 (91%) Q48(69%) IR 8(93%) AWA 5.5(80%)
Don't be too hard on yourself- a 710 is still pretty impressive! And the high GPA helps too.Graduated with a bachelor in business with highest honor and a master degree within four years at a top 20 university GPA3.85/4.00
ranks top 5% of the class, dean's list every semester, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Delta Epsilon
Currently working in top3 US investment bank with 2 years of experience
Solid community service, involved in firm recruiting and intern mentoring, part of alumni interviewer for my undergrad college and other EC

Want to target top10 MBA programs for fall 2018.If you applying this year then go ahead and proceed-
but if you are applying in Fall 2018 then go ahead and give it another shot. I think that depending on the strength of your overall essays and application the 710 may be enough at some top programs depending on other details of your total profile. I would definitely make sure you put in effort on the application itself as the GMAT is just one part of it.
If you are not very close to hitting submit- you likely won't make R1 but you still have time for R2 and potentially to take GMAT again in Oct or Nov- but don't neglect the application! That will be huge and I encourage you to reach out to us for a free consult to learn more about how we can help you! Go to this link to learn more: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/


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