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lucasuh

On a whim about three years ago I took the GMAT and scored 760. I didn't do anything with it at the time because I was right out of undergrad and people were telling me that I didn't have enough work experience for doing an MBA.

But now I've got 3 years of work experience under my belt and I'm seriously considering doing an MBA next year. The problem is I don't know if I can re-create that 740 GMAT score. Would it be bad if I applied with the 760?? Would there be a lot of questions?

About me: British citizen, want to go to a top tier school in the US. Wharton, Booth, Stanford, Columbia would be ideal.

On a whim about three years ago I took the GMAT and scored 760. I didn't do anything with it at the time because I was right out of undergrad and people were telling me that I didn't have enough work experience for doing an MBA.

But now I've got 3 years of work experience under my belt and I'm seriously considering doing an MBA next year. The problem is I don't know if I can re-create that 740 GMAT score. Would it be bad if I applied with the 760?? Would there be a lot of questions?

About me: British citizen, want to go to a top tier school in the US. Wharton, Booth, Stanford, Columbia would be ideal.
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Duncan

The scores are good for 5 years. Go for it.

The scores are good for 5 years. Go for it.
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lucasuh

Yes, I understand that the scores are valid for 5 years... You don't think that the score's age would create a red flag when reviewing my application? If not, that's great news...

Yes, I understand that the scores are valid for 5 years... You don't think that the score's age would create a red flag when reviewing my application? If not, that's great news...
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Duncan

It certainly poses some questions but you can answer them. I got into LBS with a gmat score that was a few years old. No questions asked.

It certainly poses some questions but you can answer them. I got into LBS with a gmat score that was a few years old. No questions asked.
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lucasuh

That's great to hear, thanks!

That's great to hear, thanks!
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Its very great.. well done ..Thanks..

Its very great.. well done ..Thanks..
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