Only the top 0.02% of GMAT scorers—about 30 people out of 200,000—will pull it off. I spoke to two perfect-scoring GMAT takers to get their insights into the test
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The GMAT is a time constrained test. You have less than two minutes on average to solve questions so there is a constant tension between time and accuracy.
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An overview of the MBA admissions process
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