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If your cold score was 170+ that would be pretty amazing.
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nebula666 wrote:If your cold score was 170+ that would be pretty amazing.
Not really. My cold score on the Kaplan past-test-under-simulated-conditions was 171. I studied using Powerscore for a year after that, aiming for 175 and got a 170 on the real thing. Fun times
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uhhhh... go to business school..
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Doesn't Northwestern take the GMAT for JD/MBA applicants w/o a LSAT?
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148->170 here...lots of hard work
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J-e-L-L-o wrote:Doesn't Northwestern take the GMAT for JD/MBA applicants w/o a LSAT?
http://www.kellogg.northwestern.edu/jdm ... /apply.htm
Looks like you're right, yeah. That's bizarre.
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I jumped I think 23 points from my first cold diagnositic proctered to actual, and I missed my high practice scores on the actual test. I studied seriously for 10+ hours a week for 2-3 mths
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Mad Hatter wrote:1. 760 GMAT is 99th percentile.
"which is 97th percentile for me"
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