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  1. However I am aware of the grammatical mistakes, the spelling mistakes and obvious blunders in my essays, I believe mistakes are mistakes and so please consider marking them just how an AWA rater would rate it - no leniency! Thank you very much. ISSUE: To understand the most important characteristics of a society, one must study its major cities. Write a response in which you discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should consider ways i
  2. Hi all, Is a score of 307 too low for funding consideration and/or admission? I am not great at standardized tests which is why I am debating retaking it. 5.5 Writing 153 Q 154 V My undergraduate GPA is 3.33 (3.60 in my major). Schools I am applying to: Michigan (Ford), Duke (Sanford), and Chicago (Harris). Thank you.
  3. Hi Everyone! I am applying to HKS, WWS, SIPA, and SFS. Harvard Kennedy School is my dream school, and I wanted to know what you guys think my chances are: GRE: 164 Verbal, 163 Quant, 4.5 AWA Education: NYU Stern School of business, Major: Business (concentration was Marketing). GPA: 3.4 Work Experience: Currently work as a policy research analyst for the NYC Department of Transportation (8 months), worked at Unilever’s Future Leaders program for a year and a half prior this role Non-Profit Experience: Director of a non-profit I joined
  4. Discount Code: KB490 Hey guys! If you use the above discount code, you will get $25 off any Testmasters GMAT, LSAT, or GRE prep course. I just took a Testmasters GRE prep course, and it improved my score immensely. I originally scored a 155 verbal, 153 quantitative, and 4.0 analytical writing. After the course, I took the GRE and scored a 165 verbal, 162 quantitative, and 5.0 analytical writing. The boost in my scores allowed me to apply to more competitive programs. I highly recommend Testmasters! I used them for SAT prep, too, back in the day and scored a 2320. In my opinion,
  5. Hi, I read online that in case of MS, universities consider many other factors apart from just the GRE score, such as undergrad GPA, internships etc. Is it also the case for GMAT, given that I am pursuing Computer Science and all my projects are in that field ? Also can someone kindly point out some good business schools which may be accepting GRE scores and the required range of the GRE scores. Thank You
  6. Where can I get my GRE/GMAT essays looked over on this website? Magoosh says that this is a great place with talented graders.
  7. Hello , I am planning to apply for a dual degree program including MBA and MPP. I was wondering that since most business schools have started accepting GRE scores, is it ok to send my GRE scores for both MBA and MPP applications or will sending GRE scores to business schools give me a disadvantage. Any help or perspective at all would be really appreciated. Thank you
  8. Hi, all. I am applying to a variety of grad school programs, including MBAs, and so I chose to take the GRE over the GMAT. I don't know to what degree (if at all) biz programs rely on the GRE/GMAT conversion tables provided by ETS, but these tables appear to have shortchanged me. I have a low-ish UGPA, high-ish Master's GPA, and nontraditional work experience for business schools (I'm a teacher), so I was hoping that my test scores would help make a case for me. I took the GRE five years ago, pre-Masters and so I knew that I would not need to prepare for the exam outside of taking a few
  9. Hi, I would like to seek your inputs on my profile as below. 1) B.E., MBA from India followed by MSFE (MS in Fin Engg) from S'pore. 2) 10 year of professional experience 3) GMAT - 730, GRE - 325 Any advise on the prospective schools for a PhD in Finance, preferably in HongKong, US would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
  10. Hello, I am a new user and I hope this is the forum for asking questions pertaining to GMAT quantitative problems. I have a doubt in framing an equation for the following question. "The ratio of earnings to expenditure of A is 5:3 and B is 7:6. If the savings of A is twice of that of B, what would be the ratio of total earnings of A and B together to the total expenditure of A and B together"? I appreciate the assistance . Thank you!
  11. The 13th Edition of the Official Guide for GMAT Review has finally been released publicly. Our sister company, Manhattan GMAT, has done an initial analysis of the OG13 book. Check it out: www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index.php/2012/03/20/manhattan-gmats-analysis-of-the-13th-edition-official-guide/ Best, Taylor
  12. Just downloaded a free app with words like "wreak" and "yearling" on their highest level...expert. Any suggestions for an app that I can take seriously? Lol. I'll definitely pay for one but want to see what you guys think
  13. I took the GRE a while back and did well on it. Now I am thinking about applying to business school but I don't want to take the GMAT and go through that whole process again. I know taking the GMAT would be best but I was wondering if there was a list of schools that accept the GRE rather than the GMAT. I found a list on the ETS website but it wasn't very helpful because most of the schools were Devry and the like. Plus Most of the other schools I contacted said they shouldn't even be on that list because they only accept GMAT scores.
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