Conventional wisdom on December test-taking?

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Conventional wisdom on December test-taking?

Postby Colonial1127 » Wed Oct 26, 2011 10:32 am

Hi, looking to advise a friend disappointed with her October score. I cannot seem to find centralized insight on the disadvantages of sending out applications in late December or early January, and how much of an increase in score would deem that worthwhile. Also looking for people's take on whether it is best to apply and note the pending score or simply wait altogether. If it's relevant, we are talking upper half of 160's, though PT'ing higher, and aiming for GT/UVA. Thanks in advance for any links or help.

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Re: Conventional wisdom on December test-taking?

Postby JamMasterJ » Wed Oct 26, 2011 10:33 am

she needs a 170 or has no shot unless the GPA is really high and she's OK with EDing.

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