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# Skewed sectional scores - Does this matter?

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12 Sep 2012, 12:06
My GMAT score:
Q - 51(98%)
V - 34(69%)
T - 710(92%)

I have a good score in quant, but obviously a very poor score in verbal. My target schools are the top 10 Asian schools(with ISB at the top) and a couple of US schools.

Could someone please tell whether such a skewed score would prove to be a hindrance? Do schools have a sectional cut-off score?

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14 Sep 2012, 05:21
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In the scope of things, it doesn't really matter all that much. You have the score which is most important.
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