So you’ve taken the GMAT and your score didn’t meet your expectations, and now you are worried that it’s all over before it began. There’s no reason to give up on your dream to get an MBA at a top program in the US or Europe, even in years with numerous application like this one. GMAT below 700 isn’t the end of the world.
Your GMAT Score is Just One Part of Your Application
Reality Check for your GMAT Score
First of all, you need to get a reality check. Compare your GMAT score to the range of GMAT scores in your target school. Are you just about the average? are you closer to the lower end of the spectrum? is the score below the 80% range publish on the school’s website?
Is there a GMAT Threshold? Will They look at my application?
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