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Should I consider retaking the GMAT

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Hi all,
I took the GMAT a couple of days ago and scored a 670( Q-49, V-32, IR-5). Please go through my profile and help me decide on whether to retake the GMAT.
I am aiming for Master in Management courses of Rotterdam School of Management and London Business School.

Nationality - Indian
Graduation from NIT with CGPA of 7.6/10
2 years of work experience in the field of marketing.
I was actively involved in a couple of mentionable extra curricular activities​ during my college.
Scored more than 92% in 10th and 12th standards.

Is it necessary that I retake my GMAT? Or can I proceed and apply to the above mentioned universities by drafting a strong application?

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Phani14Madhav wrote:
Hi all,
I took the GMAT a couple of days ago and scored a 670( Q-49, V-32, IR-5). Please go through my profile and help me decide on whether to retake the GMAT.
I am aiming for Master in Management courses of Rotterdam School of Management and London Business School.

Nationality - Indian
Graduation from NIT with CGPA of 7.6/10
2 years of work experience in the field of marketing.
I was actively involved in a couple of mentionable extra curricular activities​ during my college.
Scored more than 92% in 10th and 12th standards.

Is it necessary that I retake my GMAT? Or can I proceed and apply to the above mentioned universities by drafting a strong application?

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Yes it is absolutely necessary that you retake the GMAT. You are coming from a HUGE and immensely competitive pool of applicants. and your GMAT is much lower than the class average.

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New post 18 Jan 2018, 19:46
Thanks for sharing your profile. You will need to retake your GMAT. These are top programs and your avg score falls a bit below the expectations. Also, you come from a very competitive applicant pool where applicants routinely achieve high scores on the GMAT. To give yourself the best odds I would retake to boost your score
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