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Sounds cheesy but, what is the lowest GMAT score you guys have seen get into a top 20 program?
That makes sense. I'd taken the GRE and although the quant is a bit easier, it has a lot of unnecessary memorization (definitions for analogies). Congrats on the score and best of Luck.
Just wondering: don't most post-graduate Economics programs accept the GRE as well? If so, is there a particular reason you chose the GMAT?
Most standardized tests are curved for people with confidence (false or verifiable). So, here is some advice that might just give you some confidence: 1 - Although 750 is 98th percentile, you aren't competing with the other 90% of test takers. Yes, 300k people take the GMAT every year, but the major...
Did you take a test prep course (doesn't sound like it)? And, which schools are you looking at applying to? Obviously, your score is very competitive. Did you have any target schools in mind when you were studying for the GMAT?
Thanks for your input!