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26 Dec 2010, 18:59
What would the adcoms consider a better score breakdown for a native english speaker(US born) with a BS in computer science.

1) Q49 V35 - 690
2) Q44 V40 - 700

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27 Dec 2010, 01:24
If you have a Comp Science background, they know you would have taken Math courses in undergrad. If you have done well in Math courses in your bachelors, go with the 700 score.

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27 Dec 2010, 01:30

I have only 3 math, 1 macro economics, and 1 stats class. Is this sufficient?

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27 Dec 2010, 02:00

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27 Dec 2010, 02:18
calculus,discrete mathmatics, differential equations, linear algebra - mostly B's from a top 30 public undergrad program. The classes were from my 1st/2nd years when I was focusing on the social aspects of college more than the academics.

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27 Dec 2010, 08:47
I would go with 700. Since you a native English speaker, the 700 score verbal break up is all the more better. I feel native speakers are expected to perform better on the verbal section. Anyway,like unbounded has mentioned, you have computer science/math classes to prove yourself in Quant.

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27 Dec 2010, 15:32
thanks for the replies!

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27 Dec 2010, 15:37
u r welcome and Good Luck!!!!

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