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Monday, March 13, 2006

Low GMAT success stories.

Sometimes, people need a reality check. I certainly do at times. I read a post last night from someone that their 690 GMAT score was mediocre/poor and that they would put off apps until they broke 700. When I read this, I just shook my head. Poor guy is pathetically scared about not getting in because of 10 points. That's very sad to see someone so completely lemon-aide brainwashed.

I can see 650 as mediocre or poor, but not 690. Even a mediocre or lower score is sometimes sufficient. Here are just a few people within the last month that can testify that a mediocre to low GMAT score is not a death sentence when considering applying to a top 10 Business School.

Keep your head high guys. There is hope. There is always hope! - Dave
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GMAT 670 here. Got accepted to NYU, Yale, Cornell and Georgetown. There's hope. Good luck to everyone. – Dabink 3/3/06

Another success story here... 630 and i just got an interview at MIT. woo-hoo! Am741 2/28/06

600 gmat just got interview invites from yale and cornell. Already done Columbia and wharton interviews. NYU upcoming. Still waiting on some other schools. best of luck to all. BuddyBuruku 2/28/06

Here you go. I got a 650 (44 Q 35 V), just got into Columbia, and interviewing at Wharton next week. 5yrs work experience in the military, 27 years old male from Jersey. I thought I would be out of it with my GMAT score going in, but so far so good. Keep hope alive. Bigtonn 2/15/06

I scored 600 with a dismal quant score, I had good marks in stats and calc in undergrad and made sure to mention it in essays. Now I'm not applying to top 10 schools, but I feel I got into really good programs. Maybe I underestimated myself because I wasn't rejected anywhere. I consider mine a success story. Acceptances to Wake Forest, Vanderbuilt, Tulane, Rice, Boston University. Auryan00 2/14/06

I would also categorize myself under the "bad standardized test taker" category. After dismal scores of 580 twice by self-study, I broke down and took a class. My third attempt with my class training gained me a whopping 20 points, 600 (43Q, 30V). I was pretty bummed...however I picked myself up and took the test again 2 weeks later and scored a 670 (42Q,40V). So far I am in at Georgetown and USC, waitlisted at NYU and interviewed at Yale...so trust me, there is hope!!! Uclandru 2/14/06

I scored in the mid to high 600s and have been accepted to 3 top ten schools, am still waiting back on a few others I applied to but I'm very hopefull. My warning with a low gmat score is Columbia and Wharton are GMAT whores and will drop you if the only thing that isn't perfect is your gmat score.... Westcoaster 2/5/06

Hello, I have a low gmat score low mid 600's. Accepted at Kellogg, waitlisted at Columbia and Berkeley. I really want to go to Columbia so I am pursuing that now... hope I can get in! So hang in there... there is hope. Riddhi 2/5/06

If by low you mean not breaking the 700 barrier, I am definitely in that boat but what I have been told again and again is that its not ONLY about the numbers so please dont worry, as long as ur application is packaged well you'll be fine. I got into Sloan and also interviewed with 2 other top 5 schools and am waiting on their response now. So dont think its make or break and just make everything else that you can control in your application as good as you can. Hope this helps. Tsa79 2/6/06

I graduated already. Class of 2004. 600 GMAT and 3.9 undergrad GPA. Got into HBS. Accepted at NYU. Dinged by three other schools. Whatsupdoc 2/13/06

I got a 650 (q-58%, v-90%, writing-6.0) which I don't really consider low, but not as high as I would have liked considering I don't have a strong math background. Dinged at Yale, Accepted to UVA and Cornell. Aklep613 3/7/06

I got 640, just accepted at UCLA, IESE and have MIT interview in two weeks. I must say I put a LOT of time into the essays but if you manage to sell yourself in a complete way you WILL get in!!!!! ababatz 3/7/06

I am a current 1st year MBA at Kenan-Flagler (UNC). Last yr's stats are results are as follows: 640 (took it once), 3.5 undegrad gpa from top 50 university, 8 years work experience including international. Put a lot of time into soul-searching and essays. Results- 5/5 acceptances: UNC- few thousand $$ scholarship, Duke, Georgetown, Maryland, William & Mary- full scholarship offer futuremba007 3/7/06

I think quite often most of us take the GMAT very seriously. But to some of us we are just not good at this standardized test, right ? I, too, know the impact of high GMAT score as it does offer higher competitive advantage to the applicant while other things being equaled. But after 10 attempts I still could only manage a 640. And it was the highest after those 10 attempts. Well as for success stories: I've been accepted at Duke and Emory (with $$), interviewed with Wharton. Waiting to hear from H,S,K and Berkeley. Tanbkk 3/7/06

Low 600's on the GMAT with interviews at S/H/W. I am waiting to hear back from most schools, but I have 2 acceptance letters and 1 ding from businessweek top 50 programs. I spent 7 months writing passionate essays, and got interviews everywhere. It can be done with a low gmat. Sph123 3/8/06

Low 600's on the GMAT with interviews at S/H/W. I am waiting to hear back from most schools, but I have 2 acceptance letters and 1 ding from businessweek top 50 programs. I spent 7 months writing passionate essays, and got interviews everywhere. It can be done with a low gmat. Carylag 3/9/06

I'm excited that I can contribute to this.... Got a 610 the first time I took the test. Got 580's the second and third times. Just found out I got into Carnegie Mellon! What may have helped me is that I have worked at a Fortune 10 compnay for five years, I lived oversees for five years as a teenager, and I am VERY involved in extracurricular activites. Acs1 3/13/06

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Names and testimonies taken from BusinessWeek forum thread "low GMAT success stories"

31 Comments:

Anonymous Acs1 said...

Hi... I am Acs1.. the writer of the last comment in your post. I totally agree with your 'realtiy check' statement. When I started applying to schools, I was very honest about my score when talking with students and admissions officers, and was always told that with my strong work exp and clearly defined business goals, I have a good shot at most of the top schools. I also thing my strong sense of self-awareness and confidence in myself helped. Good luck to all others with 'low' GMAT scores!

6:42 AM  
Blogger Dave for MBA said...

Thanks for commenting acs1. Your comment helps to support this post that people need to hear.

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just to echo Dave's point. There is no magic GMAT score. While there's a general belief that getting above 700 is the sweet spot to be in. It is not the end all be all. Part of being an MBA candidate and future business person is the ability to self evaluate. So you need to figure out what score completes your profile. I knew I had strong and unique work experience (manager, international work experience), I had 3.8 GPA both undergrad and post grad. Even so, INSEAD told me to retake my 610 GMAT while they put me on hold. I retook and was able to get into upper 600's. With that , I decided not to go back to INSEAD but to apply to one other school that is one of the top 5 US MBA schools during the last application round. Crazy I know, but I got in.

So be introspective, ask yourself - am I bringing something unique to the table? Do I need a high GMAT score to be at par?

2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi- This blog is great. I wish I would have found it before I took the GMAT! Anyway, I need some advice... I was scoring 650 and 660 on the PowerPrep tests (660 on the Kaplan Diagnostic) but when it came to test day I dropped to a 610:( I have 5 years of working experience which I definitely think I can "talk up", I was in a global development program for employees with potential to be executives, I had a 3.9 undergrad GPA, and am a woman (I hate to use that but I read an article that schools are looking for more Ms. MBAs). My first 2 choices were NYU and Columbia because I'm from NY and want to stay here. I don't think I can get into Columbia but do you think I can get into NYU with that GMAT score and my other credentials or do you guys think I should re-take it? If I do take it again I'd want to just take it at the end of June but I don't know if that would give me enough time to study. I wouldn't even know how to begin stuyding again since I took all the practice CATs. I think what killed me was time management. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!

10:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry (it's me again with the 610), I guess my first question was whether or not I should retake the exam to get into NYU but I'd also like to know what advice do you have on how to study for this last month since I've been studying for the past 3-4 months and have already taken all the Kaplan CATs and PowerPrep CATs. Thanks again!!

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for these posts. I got a 640 but low quant and was thinking I wouldn't get into anywhere. I have tons of extra curricular activities, am from an underrepresented group plus I have 7 years experience(5 in management). I now have hope. Thanks!

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think low GMAT with very good academics & background, should not worry much. He/She can be a "poor standardized test taker"

8:49 PM  
Blogger Dave for MBA said...

Regarding the last comment. It's all relative in that it depends on which school you apply to. You can't make such wide sweeping statements about all schools. That's not how it works. As much as I wish it weren't the case, the GMAT and/or GPA is the price of admission. To get a good look, you need a better score. Some schools don't look that hard if you score below 30 points of their average.

Don't be deceived into thinking that this is about the admissions committee members being good chaps or not. They might be, but all things being equal, they'll take the guy/gal with the higher GMAT score. And believe me... they wouldn't even blink twice, think twice or hesitate in doing so.

Just shoot for the best score you can have and customize your choice of schools based on the outcome. That's all you can do.

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Today Feb 27th, 2007

Any new story of success? My GPA is low (2.5), undergrad major Comp. science, have 6-7 IT experience - Do i have any chance @ any top 30 business school if i get 600+ in GMAT?

I would shoot for GeorgeTown/Madison/Carlson (Minnesota)/Smith (Maryland)/Michigan State etc.

anyone with new success story in year 2006 or 2007?

Thanks.

1:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey.. Fantastic post.. Just wish I had read it before I applied to schools... 640 GMAT (590 the first time around), undergrad in the US -- but not a very good school -- GPA.. low for the first two years and pretty high for the last two..
Got into Georgetown, Emory (with a ten k scholarship ), Babson (20k scholarship)... & I;ve just applied to Tuck (last round)
Trust me, theres hope!

7:03 AM  
Blogger Brian said...

Hi guys,

Some very helpful posts - thank you.

I'm in need of some advice:

I just scored 690 in the GMAT (shooting for 700+). In fact I didn't finish the quant section by a matter of miliseconds (literally ended while I was about to press 'yes' to confirm my final answer) - and suspect this must have docked some serious points. Ended up with 44 V (97%) and 39 Q (58%).

Scored a First Class from Cambridge University (equates to 4.0 GPA), and have been working as an intl brand consultant for almost 3 yrs.

Aiming for Harvard / Stanford.

Should I re-take GMAT? Or am I being neurotic?

Thanks so much in advance for your info.

9:31 AM  
Blogger suman said...

Hi All,
I got 610 in my GMAT exam and currently have 15 months exp, though it will be 25 months by admission time. I would like to know how gud are my chances of getting into top 20 U.S. B-schools. Can anyone explain me as to wat do u exactly mean by strong application? does it include recommendation letter from top managerial faculty?? or normal project manager level letter with strong essays will do?

1:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi i just got a 690 on the gmat and I have a 3.92 undergrad gpa witha double major and a minor from a top private college. What are my chances at the top 5 scholls such as Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, MIT and/or Wharton? Should I retake to break 700?PLease be as frank as possible.

9:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A true-low gmat score. None of the posts on here address the majority who score in the 500 range. I would like to let those who feel inferior to these people who complain about their supposedly "low" scores know that even when you fail to crack a 500, it does not always accurately represent your mathematical, grammatical, and analytical abilities. Also, it never should be used to predict your career success. I still have not cracked a 500...yet I graduated at the top of my class from a reputable university...made a partner at a private equity firm, and put in charge of all the company's financial analysis. Sometimes, your brain is created differently.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey i have got a 560 Q 43 V 24 and AWA 6.0 ...actually i messed up on the tinming and couldn't complete the test ,,, do you think i have got any chances with any top 25 univs??
thanks

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My Undergrad GPA is not the best (average acceptance GPA in the colleges I'd like to apply), but would still like to get into a good school with a pretty decent GMAT score. Is there hope for me?

3:02 PM  
Blogger Aron said...

Guys, you gave me a reason to believe.My first, tragic practice test 1 year ago scored about 500 (and I'm not ashamed: I studied humanities more than math and english is not my native language). Then I kept on practising but I couldn't break the 600 wall. At the test I scored 660. All I want to say to those who are still studying is: com'on ! break them ! No guts No glory

5:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guys, you gave me a reason to believe.My first, tragic practice test 1 year ago scored about 500 (and I'm not ashamed: I studied humanities more than math and english is not my native language). Then I kept on practising but I couldn't break the 600 wall. At the test I scored 660. All I want to say to those who are still studying is: com'on ! break them ! No guts No glory

5:25 AM  
Blogger taapu said...

Hi folks!

I'm writing to all those folks who are in despair after scoring 560 in GMAT. I reassure you guyz, 560 is not a bad score. With this score, I've got admission offer from International Business School, Brandeis University, Massachusetts, USA for MBA fall 2008 entry. What is most exciting is that they've also offered me 50% tuition scholarship (USD 18,336/year). If that was not enough, they also offered me a 10 year 5% fixed rate loan which will contribute another 33% of my tuition. I'll start paying off the principal and interst 6-months after my graduation.

In other words, I'll have to pay only 17% of my tuition and all other living costs from my own pocket in 2 years.

So, no worries, people! Prop up your Essays & Recommendation letters, and you'll also see wonders as I do.

I hope to provide you with some tips on crafting your Essays & Rec letters soon.

Good luck.
Tawhid,
Dhaka, Bangladesh,
GMAT: 560
IELTS: 8
Work Experience: 3 years in Business Process/Systems Auditing
Member: The Institiute of Internal Auditors (IIA)
ISO 9000 Series/Quality Management System Lead Auditor

10:00 AM  
Blogger Natasha said...

This is a fabulous post and has rekindled my recently lost self confidence! I've been at the brink of insanity ever since I set eyes on my GMAT score, especially since I'd already applied to UCLA, Cornell and the like.. thank you so much for giving us hope!

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I score a 560 on the GMAT today, after weeks of self-study.

Applying to NYU Stern with the following:

- 2.5 Undergrad GPA
- 3.8 Graduate GPA (Non-Business)
- 13 years of professional business experience.
- Great recommendations.
- Strong Essays.

Is all hope lost? I'm so depressed right now. These last 6 months have been challenging (work, life, etc). Scoring so poorly on this exam was the final nail.

4:48 PM  
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9:02 AM  
Blogger oli said...

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4:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
I got 350 in GMAT.Will I get admission in any of the universities in US.If so pls suggest me some universities.I am not willing to write GMAT again.I have 1yr of IT experience.Academics 71%.TOEFL 80.Help in this regard will be really appreciated.Mail to sunny_m3in@yahoo.co.in.Thanks in Advance.

6:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Everybody, I got a really Low score than my expectations of 560 in GMAT, I have 18 months of experience in business development and a GPA of 3.5 in undergrad, I am in living in north India and would appreciate the help if anybody could suggest me a counsellor who can help me in writing good essays and SOPS to get into a state University.please send any response on anamika.bhardwaj5@gmail.com

8:19 AM  
Blogger La Reine said...

How come there's nothing here from 08?

6:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi all...
last month i scored 610,though in all practise cats i scored more than 650.i have good acads, im post grad pursued research, studiesd in delhi unversity.gpa 4.0.worked for almost 3 years as scientist wid R&D of fortune 500 company in India.how good my chances of getting into top 10 B schools.

3:47 AM  
Anonymous Franz Bonaparta said...

Interesting stories!


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7:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happened upon this blog in an effort to settle nerves for the GMAT that I will sit for first time the day after tomorrow (Dec 17, 2008). GMATPrep and Kaplan CAT scores have varied between 550 and 650....target is 650...am worried that i'll "bottle" it on the day and suffer "standardised test syndrome".....will check back in 24 hours with result.....hopefully will be satisfied...these blogs did give me hope...

3:35 PM  
Blogger Prachi said...

Hi,
have got a low GMAT score of 600, have 40 months work ex. an Indian national, decent extracurriculars.Which all US colleges shud I apply for.

11:40 PM  
Blogger Ankit Apoorv said...

Hi friends,

My profile:
Chemical Engineer
4 years work ex. Indian Oil corp. limited.
GMAT: 590
QA: 50, VA: 21, AWA: 5.5
Versatile extra curricular activities.
Please tell me in which good colleges I have a chance.

Thanks a ton in advance.

7:08 AM  

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