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Should I accept my GMAT 660 after 20 points increase?

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Should I accept my GMAT 660 after 20 points increase?  [#permalink]

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New post 09 Jan 2018, 19:26
Hi ,
I just retook GMAT again -scored 660 v31 q49
I have not yet accepted it , but I plan to apply to colleges in round 2.
I have already accepted 640 score last year q46 v34
Does accepting 660 have a negative effect on my application?

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HARSHI2211 wrote:
Hi ,
I just retook GMAT again -scored 660 v31 q49
I have not yet accepted it , but I plan to apply to colleges in round 2.
I have already accepted 640 score last year q46 v34
Does accepting 660 have a negative effect on my application?

Background -indian,female,3.5WE, IT- TOP indian MNC.
Have you already cancelled your 660? I suggest that you keep it. Both your total and quant scores are higher.
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New post 09 Jan 2018, 23:54
HARSHI2211 wrote:
Hi ,
I just retook GMAT again -scored 660 v31 q49
I have not yet accepted it , but I plan to apply to colleges in round 2.
I have already accepted 640 score last year q46 v34
Does accepting 660 have a negative effect on my application?

Background -indian,female,3.5WE, IT- TOP indian MNC.


There should be no negative impact of accepting 660. Though if you take it a third time, a 700 would do justice.
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