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People that think that 680 (that is, 86%ile) is a disaster make me a bit sad... but congratulations on your score and welcome on the 7xx club!!
one problem for you. How do you solve this?
Event A: probability 2/3
Event B: Probability 2/3
Event C: Probability 2/3
Event D: Probability 1/3
What is the probability that none of the events listed above occur?
What hk says it's not necessarily true. GMAT has slowed its increase rate and many people may have taken the gmat multiple times - as getting higher scores it's becoming increasingly important. Also, there is a record number of foreign programs out there! So, do not lose your hope!!
Hi people I am just overcome from the 'GMAT fever'. took the test on saturday 21st November. scored a 710 ( V-40 Q-48) .I don't think I am taking the test again, instead will try build up my profile. Slightly disappointed with the quant score as I am, however, I consider it utmost necessary to info...
Submitted my applicatin on Wednesday, now waiting anxiously to know whether I will be one of the lucky selected for the interview in Durham or not!
Hey I am applying to Fuqua R1 too! I wanted to apply EA, but couldn't make it (tests, work, etc... many reasons) but I will apply only to Duke this year. it's my number 1 choice. My stats: gmat 720, gpa 4, italian, 18 months we in quality management 8 months in non-for-profit management, worked abro...
Dude! Do not waste your time and do not make admission committees wonder whether you are crazy or have a lot of tiem to waste! 730 is 97 percentile! Anything above 700 is dangerous to retake and can be a red flag to admission committees. You are already in the top 5% of the GMAT population, so be ha...
700 is surely a decent score. I wouldn't bother to retake too much, as you have that 7 in your score that will surely help you a lot.
Dude, great score!
690 is fine for every school. Don't bother reapplying, i would've said reapply if you got 680/670, but 690 is super fine!
I know, you'd liek a 700 there, but 10 points = no difference!
I took it recently after having taken it two years ago. I can tell you that, honestly, it hasn't got anymore difficult. Perhaps questions are a li'l different (but just perhaps), but in general, it's all the same.
your idea sounds good. italain applicants tend to apply round 2, and that's fine for many schools.
which schools are you considering?
do you think it's feasible to take both calculus I and statistics online in 5 months? Or it would be too much?