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05 Jul 2012, 23:28
Can anyone tell me that if i take gmat now and then seek 2-3years experience...can i apply with the scores that i get now..???will my experience be counted???
actually i have a 10 month time in hand before i join my job and the institute i want to get into demands a valid gmat score with min of 2yr experience...so m planning to prepare and take gmat now and get experience later and then apply...is it a valid thing to do???plz help....

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17 Jul 2012, 08:56
yes you can do that! your experience will count!
GMAT score is valid for a period of 5yrs!
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17 Jul 2012, 19:57
As noted above, your GMAT scores are valid for 5 years, so you can certainly do 'em now. If you have more time now than you would later, I would even highly encourage it; it's a lot easier to study for the GMAT when you don't have quite as much other stuff on your plate.

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