GMAT 620 ( q46 v 30)

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hi junta well there are many of those valuble experience out here on the forum about how people scored 700+. i want u people to know my experience of how could had managed high score or way to score high score, my experience is all about how did...
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my suggestion wud be to work for the next 12 - 15 months and in the mean time relax and take GMAT again ...... if u r really interested in uni. abroad tht is ...... fr instis like Great Lakes etc. i m not sure hw much work ex , if at all , is preferred ..........



and dude i really appreciate ur suggestions. and yes if i was looking forsome thing abroad, i would had rather worked for good amount of time. but u know all those family wala pressures and all
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well dude honestly ... even a score of 750 with 3 month work ex wont get u newhere !!! ...

y r u in such a hurry ...... work ex as imp as the gmat score if not more fr instis outside ...... its an integral part of ur whole application ......

my suggestion wud be to work for the next 12 - 15 months and in the mean time relax and take GMAT again ...... if u r really interested in uni. abroad tht is ...... fr instis like Great Lakes etc. i m not sure hw much work ex , if at all , is preferred ..........


hey dude i am not plannig for any forein uni. well to let u know the fact i am a foreigner here in india, i am from nepal and planning to apply in foreign quota here in india for which i need a score of 720 and work exp will make not much diff with 720
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gonuhere Says
well friend i wold had too hosted a party f i had a good work exp backing me, and with workexp of 3 months and 62 will get u no where

well dude honestly ... even a score of 750 with 3 month work ex wont get u newhere !!! ...

y r u in such a hurry ...... work ex as imp as the gmat score if not more fr instis outside ...... its an integral part of ur whole application ......

my suggestion wud be to work for the next 12 - 15 months and in the mean time relax and take GMAT again ...... if u r really interested in uni. abroad tht is ...... fr instis like Great Lakes etc. i m not sure hw much work ex , if at all , is preferred ..........
I don't want to tiptoe through life .. only to arrive safely at death
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Peruvianguru Says
Dont get me wrong but I would be hosting a party if I scored 620!!! :satisfie:

well friend i wold had too hosted a party f i had a good work exp backing me, and with workexp of 3 months and 62 will get u no where
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sorry to hear your score buddy.


would you describe whats ''being harsh with yourself'' ?

well harsh as i resticted myself with other works, just book home and nothing
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well harsh as i resticted myself with other works, just book home and nothing

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I want to just give a example of two of my friends

Mr X
GMAT 1st attempt -> 640
GMAT 2nd attempt -> 710

Mr Y
GMAT 1st attempt -> 660
GMAT 2nd attempt -> 720

Both of my buddies gave there 2nd GMAT nearly a month after there initial attempt and studied\practiced for just a week before first attempt. Sometime a person is just too tense or simply has a bad day.

If you are consistently getting low marks in practice tests then, you may need more preparation or change in method of study, but if it is a one-off instance, just sweep it aside.

Try and try till you can try no more, then go and try some more.

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Dont get me wrong but I would be hosting a party if I scored 620!!! :satisfie:

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Well that's the difference between CAT & GMAT.
CAT - The wait after one poor shot is too much.. (1 complete year! 😞 )
GMAT - You can take it anytime...

GO ahead buddy give it one more shot.. Since you have identified your mistakes now I am sure you will come out with nice colors this time!

All the BEST! :thumbsup:

Thanks!
Pratibmib@pagal

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Dont fret man .... bounce back in and give it another shot.

All the best!

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