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Submit my GRE or my GMAT Scores

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New post 02 Apr 2018, 16:35
mc896 wrote:
Hi There,

I'm wondering if it's better to submit my GRE or my GMAT. I understand a 690 is right on the cusp, for some reason, me and computer based tests do not get along. Which do you suggest submitting with my round 3 applications to HBS, Stanford, Yale, Columbia?

While schools don't use this exactly-- this conversion tool shows that your GRE converts to a 700 GMAT which is a tad better than your official 690 GMAT. https://www.ets.org/gre/institutions/ab ... rison_tool

I would send the GRE score only-- as it is closer to Stanford's post GRE avg which says 166V and 162Q. Take these with a grain of salt as they may not be fully accurate- but I would go with ONLY the GRE score as I don't see the 690 GMAT helping. https://poetsandquants.com/2017/05/10/a ... schools/3/
If a school is going to take a hit on those scores it is easier for them to take it on the GRE side as that goes a little more under the radar for all the ranking data...

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