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Updated on: 28 Feb 2017, 21:02
Hey guys,

I took my first GMAT in December after 1-2 months of studying with a busy work schedule and got a 700 - Q40 V 46. I have 4 years of experience as a government consultant and studied Business Management at a Big 10 university. My undergraduate GPA was 3.75. I understand that my quant score could have been better, but my overall score is above average for PT. In addition, I got a 31 math sub-score on the ACT. I will be applying to a couple top part-time programs soon and do not plan on re-taking due to time constraints. Thoughts? Thanks in advance.

Originally posted by BenSol on 28 Feb 2017, 20:37.
Last edited by BenSol on 28 Feb 2017, 21:02, edited 1 time in total.
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28 Feb 2017, 20:52
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Can you please share how you prepped for Verbal?
My guess is you must be a native English speaker.

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28 Feb 2017, 21:26
enantiodromia wrote:
Can you please share how you prepped for Verbal?
My guess is you must be a native English speaker.

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I used MGMAT for Verbal prep. SC came naturally to me but the MGMAT SC guide is good. Critical reasoning questions have a novelty that warrants more prep time than SC and RC. Manhattan does a great job of explaining the different types of CR questions and strategies for tackling each of them. Finally, for RC I recommend focusing more on getting your OG practice problems in and not so much on strategizing. It also helps to be well read. Good luck, I hope that helps!

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01 Mar 2017, 20:45
You have a strong profile for most top PTMBA programs so you should be in play at the top PTMBA programs with a good application
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