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    DannyNYC1
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    I was curious if you have seen students that have been able to raise a GMAT score by 150 points or more. I just want to preface this with the fact that I have no math background whatsoever, i basically need to re-learn all geometry and algebra. However, the one thing I do have is time. I plan to take my GMAT in in July 2009. I recently took a diagnostic GMAT and my scores were 31 verbal 32 math 530 total. With a rigid study schedule do you think a 680 – 700 is out of the question?

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    Danny

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    Hi Danny and welcome to Admissions Boards!

    I am not an expert but there are certainly students who have been able to significantly raise their GMAT score, although it is not very common. I do believe that if spend a good amount of time significantly studying and taking practice tests that a 680-700 would not be out of the question.

    Best of luck!

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    hevo36
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    The GMAT is more about intimidation than hard math. Seriously, there shouldn’t be anything tested beyond basic algebra and geometry.

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