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GMAT & experienced candidates

 
#1 GMAT & experienced candidates
27/08/2009 18:13

jerome

after 10 years of experience, is it worth it to mention GMAT scores in resumes?

some firms require GMAT scores in application. how important are they in their decision process?

thx

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#2 RE: GMAT & experienced candidates
27/08/2009 23:41

anon to jerome (#1)

I'd leave it out if your experience speaks for itself. It's not of much interest for senior hires.

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#3 RE: GMAT & experienced candidates
10/09/2009 17:09

KWP to jerome (#1)

GMAT scores are only good for 5 years, so I would leave it off now.

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#4 RE: GMAT & experienced candidates
10/09/2009 17:23

KWP to jerome (#1)

GMAT scores are only good for 5 years, so I would leave it off now.

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#5 RE: GMAT & experienced candidates
10/09/2009 17:37

anon to KWP (#4)

I think he means is it worthwhile for people with 10 years experience to detail a (current) GMAT score on their resume, not that he got it ten years ago.

Some firms explicitly ask for a gmat score from experienced hire (distinct from MBA) applicants (e.g. Bain).

If they ask for it and you have one and it's in date and it is good... put it on. Can't hurt.

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