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# When is the good time ?

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Joined: 03 Jul 2006
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14 Aug 2006, 19:38
Which round offers the best chances ?

I ended up with a bad GMAT score(630) and so I am plannning to take the test again in Sept. So, I will not be having enough time to put up a strong application for round 1. So, wondering whether I should wait for 2nd/3rd round, or I should work hard to get in 1st round ?

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18 Aug 2006, 16:28
Go for Round 2. Focus on your GMAT retake, then immediately move on to essays, recommendations, etc. Allow 2 months at least for essays/recommendations. You should be able to make Round 2. Do not wait until Round 3, as it's really hard to get in at that point. Good luck!

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18 Aug 2006, 17:17
I would also suggest Round 2. No point in applying with a GMAT score that wont support the apps - especially if you dont have time to do them.

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