If you are an MBA aspirant anywhere in the world, GMAT is probably the most important test for you. More than 200,000 students take the test annually. Sometimes you might get disappointing results, or you think you can do even better. Second attempts are real and completely possible.
If you are someone who has felt all that written in the above paragraph, you are not alone. GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) allows 5 attempts per year (with a 16-day gap) and 8 attempts altogether. Research suggests that one-fifth of applicants are those who have given the test before.
Think about the positive aspects of your last GMAT attempt. You have already taken the test, at least once. So, you already know what to expect in your GMAT retake. You just have to plan well for your GMAT retake and implement your strategy to achieve your target score.
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No. It makes absolutely no difference. You can simply choose to attach your most successful result and get that considered.
Second Attempts Work: It’s natural to have concerns about second attempts. Will retaking the exam make any difference? Will you get the college you have dreamed of, or is it a waste of time?
Research suggests that results significantly improve for the applicants who got less than 600 as their GMAT score. For those who got higher than 600, improvement happens, just at a lower average.
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All you have to do is proceed with a strategy. We are going to tell you how!
Now that you know that this 5 step GMAT retake strategy works, start applying this process for your GMAT retake. You would have noticed that in this process, we only talk about planning. That is the power of planning and setting up a process to achieve your desired GMAT score. Once you have a rock-solid plan, the implementation part becomes easy. Therefore, we highly recommend that you apply the strategies learned in this blog to your GMAT Retake Strategy and increase your chances of achieving your desired GMAT score.
What else? Put your plan in place and hustle. Need more GMAT help? Check out our GMAT online prep or regular classroom resource pages which are loaded with GMAT advice, tips and more!
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