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Shattered after GMAT..2failed attempts

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07 Nov 2017, 14:12
Hello All,
I finished my GMAT exam (second attempt)todaywith a poor score of 560 (q40,v27).My previous score was 540.I had given a lot of mocks with score range of 650-690.I dont know what went wrong today .Can anyone suggest some colleges in bangalore (India)which accept this score.

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07 Nov 2017, 22:58
Hi saba4010 ,

I would prefer taking exam again and trying to improve your score because this score may lead you to some school for sure but ROI would be very bleak or none.

I believe doing an MBA for the sake of completing it and not getting any ROI is a waste of time and efforts.

P.S: I moved your post to the right forum so that Admission Consultants can chime in.

Good Luck
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07 Nov 2017, 23:10
hey man dont worry
things go wrong repetitively
take a break like long one give again next year
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08 Nov 2017, 05:25
Agree with Yash. Take a long break

Speaking from personal experience here. After 2 failed attempts, I took 3 months break from studies and in 3rd attempt achieved my goal.

To be honest, getting back to studying after a break is the hardest part, but its no different than exercising/running. All you need to do is get up and wear the shoes. To stay committed
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08 Nov 2017, 05:51
abhimahna wrote:
Hi saba4010 ,

I would prefer taking exam again and trying to improve your score because this score may lead you to some school for sure but ROI would be very bleak or none.

I believe doing an MBA for the sake of completing it and not getting any ROI is a waste of time and efforts.

P.S: I moved your post to the right forum so that Admission Consultants can chime in.

Good Luck

Thank you

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08 Nov 2017, 05:53
Agree with Yash. Take a long break

Speaking from personal experience here. After 2 failed attempts, I took 3 months break from studies and in 3rd attempt achieved my goal.

To be honest, getting back to studying after a break is the hardest part, but its no different than exercising/running. All you need to do is get up and wear the shoes. To stay committed

Thanks for those encouraging words !

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Re: Shattered after GMAT..2failed attempts &nbs [#permalink] 08 Nov 2017, 05:53
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