For many BSers, the answer to that question is “It’s gonna have to be.” Because let’s be real: Even if there’s a small voice in your head worried and wondering about the GMAT score you currently have, there’s a good chance that you’re not going to do anything about it. Not now. Not when it’s already the second week of November. Not when Thanksgiving is looming (for any of you American BSers) and thereafter the holidays, and not when you already have at least one app that you’re still hoping and praying will turn into a win for you.
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