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New post 10 Mar 2019, 01:12
Gender: Female
Nationality: Indian
Age: 30
Education: Engineering in Computer science
GPA: 80%
Work Experience: 9 Years of experience in Telecom Industry.Working for a Fortune 500 employer in the US
GMAT: 680 (Q48 V35, IR6)
Target School: Darden, UCLA, Ross, USC Marshall, NYU, Cornell, Tepper

Should I retake GMAT or do I have any chance with this score?
Any advice would be appreciated!
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If possible, you definitely want to raise that GMAT score to a 730+ if those are your target schools. As you likely know, you are coming from the very toughest demographic when it comes to b-school apps, and it's one that tends to have very high GMAT scores as well. You'll want to try to score 20-30 points above a school's average so you can compete. Your work experience is also quite a bit above the average (most schools look for applicants with 3-5 years of experience), which will present challenges for you as well. A higher GMAT score would also help overcome the fact that you are on the older side.
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Thanks so much Jon for the feedback.
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