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# What to do if Gmat score falls sharply in next attempt?

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What to do if Gmat score falls sharply in next attempt? [#permalink]

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25 Sep 2012, 03:58
HI All,

Below are my GMAT attempts summary, My score felled from 680 to 610.

QUESTION: The colleges that says they take "best Score" consider highest score irrespective of raise or fall compared to previous attempts?

Question

:do i have to give the justification of steep fall in my score during application process? (if yes, should I take GMAT for 4th time to improve?)

Summary GMAT attempts: 3 GMAT attempts , below are details

1) Sept 2009 : 610
2) April2012 : 680
3) Sept2012 : 610

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27 Sep 2012, 09:00

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27 Sep 2012, 20:14
Thanks Zek.. this will help.
Yup.. all my colleges are within my gmat range...
your insight will help.. i will rather work on my application instead of giving gmat again and missing deadlines.

regards, kashif

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