By examPAL (AIGAC Sponsor)
So you’ve done the GMAT and gotten a good score, but for whatever reason, you want more. Maybe your dream school requires an even higher score. Maybe a very high score will help you get a scholarship. Maybe you just don’t feel your current score reflects your capabilities.
First, figure out whether there’s a reason to cancel your previous score. Next, think about what studying in order to increase a GMAT score actually means, and how it differs from studying for the GMAT the first time around.
Let’s think of your target score as a mountain peak you wish to reach. In this analogy, your previous score is a kind of base camp: a point you’ve already reached and now want to surpass.
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