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Where I can go with 640? ... should I retake my GMAT?

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New post 28 Dec 2005, 08:21
Hi Linda,
I am an Italian engineer struggling with the decision if my current GMAT score is enought or not to get accepted in one of my target schools. Here is my profile:

AGE: 29

GMAT: 640(Q:47, V:31)

Academic Background: there is not GPA in Italy but my academic scores are all at the top both for University (110/110 cum laude) and hi-school (60/60)

Experience: 4,5 years
- last 2,5 years Product and Vendor management with lot of international exposure.

- 1 year in the technical development

- 1 year as university researcher

TARGET SCHOOLS:
1 - IMD
2 - INSEAD
3 - LBS
- I am not sure if I will consider some american schools in a later stage.


My target was to apply in Q1/2006, but I have this decision pending on my GMAT


Thanks in advance for your kind feedback!!

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Re: Where I can go with 640? ... should I retake my GMAT? [#permalink]

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New post 28 Dec 2005, 18:05
Nic wrote:
Hi Linda,
I am an Italian engineer struggling with the decision if my current GMAT score is enought or not to get accepted in one of my target schools. Here is my profile:

AGE: 29

GMAT: 640(Q:47, V:31)

Academic Background: there is not GPA in Italy but my academic scores are all at the top both for University (110/110 cum laude) and hi-school (60/60)

Experience: 4,5 years
- last 2,5 years Product and Vendor management with lot of international exposure.

- 1 year in the technical development

- 1 year as university researcher

TARGET SCHOOLS:
1 - IMD
2 - INSEAD
3 - LBS
- I am not sure if I will consider some american schools in a later stage.


My target was to apply in Q1/2006, but I have this decision pending on my GMAT


Thanks in advance for your kind feedback!!


You might get in with your current score, but your chances would certainly be better if you raise it.

Good luck!
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New post 22 Sep 2013, 11:21
You might get into some schools with your current score. If you have time, then retake it, give it your best. You might get a higher school which might get you into your b school
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