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# Should I reinstate?

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Joined: 10 Jan 2017
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GMAT 1: 710 Q49 V37
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07 Oct 2017, 16:26
Hi all,

I took the test again today and scored 710 (Q48, V40, IR 6) and cancelled the score at the end of the it. I started really poorly and ran out of time in Q... My previous score was also 710 (Q49, V37, IR 7, AW 5). I’m expecting the AW to be the same again. Is there a benefit to reinstate the score because the verbal is higher?

I feel like the quant could have been much better if it wasn’t for the hiccup in the beginning because I scored 730 last week on GMAT prep. Should I go for a third time? Thank you!

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Status: Transforming Educational System
Joined: 21 Sep 2016
Posts: 265

Kudos [?]: 87 [1], given: 42

Location: India
Concentration: Nonprofit, Social Entrepreneurship
GMAT 1: 650 Q50 V27
GRE 1: 319 Q170 V149
WE: Education (Non-Profit and Government)

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07 Oct 2017, 17:14
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dakay001 wrote:
Hi all,

I took the test again today and scored 710 (Q48, V40, IR 6) and cancelled the score at the end of the it. I started really poorly and ran out of time in Q... My previous score was also 710 (Q49, V37, IR 7, AW 5). I’m expecting the AW to be the same again. Is there a benefit to reinstate the score because the verbal is higher?

I feel like the quant could have been much better if it wasn’t for the hiccup in the beginning because I scored 730 last week on GMAT prep. Should I go for a third time? Thank you!

You should definitely go for the third attempt if you believe that you can improve your score by atleast 20 points.
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Joined: 26 Feb 2016
Posts: 1450

Kudos [?]: 593 [0], given: 16

Location: India
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07 Oct 2017, 18:20
dakay001 wrote:
Hi all,

I took the test again today and scored 710 (Q48, V40, IR 6) and cancelled the score at the end of the it. I started really poorly and ran out of time in Q... My previous score was also 710 (Q49, V37, IR 7, AW 5). I’m expecting the AW to be the same again. Is there a benefit to reinstate the score because the verbal is higher?

I feel like the quant could have been much better if it wasn’t for the hiccup in the beginning because I scored 730 last week on GMAT prep. Should I go for a third time? Thank you!

I don't see the point in re-instating your scores for now.
If you are sure to take another shot at the exam, take it(since you feel you could improve your scores)
and on a later date, if you aren't happy about the scores, you could re-instate either of your scores!

You can re-instate any cancelled score for a period of 4 years and 11 months after the exam

All the best!!
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