I am 33, from Turkmenistan, and have 11 years of work experience, including 7 years on managerial positions in an international company. I took my 1st GMAT a month ago and the 2nd few days ago. While I hoped to improve my score the 2nd time, it went down. After seeing 510 in my 2nd GMAT, I cancelled the score. It is very sad. I took the 2nd GMAT, because I came back late to my seat for the quant section in my 1st GMAT and missed 2-3 minutes. Then I got nervous and couldn't manage my time very well. I think I managed my time quite well in the 2nd GMAT, but still don't know how it could happen that my score worsened for 90 points. Now I don't know, if I should retake the GMAT or if I should apply with my best score of 600. I am planning to apply for the Fall 2017. My another problem is that my GPA is low, I think it is about 2.47/4.00 when converting into the American scale. That's why I wanted to score higher than 650 in order to be considered for the schools such as Texas Baylor, Oklahoma Price, Mccombs, Mays and so on. Can anyone advise me what to do. Thanks.
[Edited by shohrat6383 on May 13, 2016]