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# Which score looks better?

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05 Jan 2018, 09:23
Hello!

I have sat the GMAT twice and received two sets of scores and wanted some expert advice on which to submit? Looking to apply to top-tier MBA programs. Have a technical engineering degree, but work in a non-technical field.

Would highly appreciate your perspective on this:

TEST 1:

IR: 6 - 70 percentile
Q: 45 - 57 percentile
V: 40 - 91 percentile
Total: 700

Test 2:

IR: 7 - 82 percentile
Q: 47 - 63 percentile
V:38 - 85 percentile
Total: 690

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05 Jan 2018, 10:36
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Jay1234 wrote:
Hello!

I have sat the GMAT twice and received two sets of scores and wanted some expert advice on which to submit? Looking to apply to top-tier MBA programs. Have a technical engineering degree, but work in a non-technical field.

Would highly appreciate your perspective on this:

TEST 1:

IR: 6 - 70 percentile
Q: 45 - 57 percentile
V: 40 - 91 percentile
Total: 700

Test 2:

IR: 7 - 82 percentile
Q: 47 - 63 percentile
V:38 - 85 percentile
Total: 690

Hi Jay1234

I would recommend you to show the 700 score(because it sounds
better than a 690)

However, if you can re-take the exam, work on your Quant score,
which I think is easy to improve. If you manage a Q49-50 and
get a V40, you could be looking at a overall score of 730 and that
would be a much better score for most business schools.

Congrats on getting the scores. All the best for the applications!

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05 Jan 2018, 12:39
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Jay1234 wrote:
Hello!

I have sat the GMAT twice and received two sets of scores and wanted some expert advice on which to submit? Looking to apply to top-tier MBA programs. Have a technical engineering degree, but work in a non-technical field.

Would highly appreciate your perspective on this:

TEST 1:

IR: 6 - 70 percentile
Q: 45 - 57 percentile
V: 40 - 91 percentile
Total: 700

Test 2:

IR: 7 - 82 percentile
Q: 47 - 63 percentile
V:38 - 85 percentile
Total: 690

You can submit both. And when you send your official score. They will have access to both. So I would suggest listing both since they consider only high score.

Regards,
GNPTH.
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05 Jan 2018, 18:16
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Jay1234 wrote:
Hello!

I have sat the GMAT twice and received two sets of scores and wanted some expert advice on which to submit? Looking to apply to top-tier MBA programs. Have a technical engineering degree, but work in a non-technical field.

Would highly appreciate your perspective on this:

TEST 1:

IR: 6 - 70 percentile
Q: 45 - 57 percentile
V: 40 - 91 percentile
Total: 700

Test 2:

IR: 7 - 82 percentile
Q: 47 - 63 percentile
V:38 - 85 percentile
Total: 690

Both are quite similar. Q47 sounds better but percentile-wise there is not a lot of difference. Just keep both and let the school take a call on which score they prefer - higher or later.
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# Which score looks better?

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