He draws on his years of experience as a tenured professor teaching in the MBA Program at Lancaster University Management School in the UK .
In particular, he recommends students to retake the test if a substantial score increase can be achieved and if they are looking to apply for competitive positions including those in investment banking or management consulting while their GMAT score is below 700 points.
You can find the full article titled “Why the GMAT still matters when you already are at B-School” on his academic website.
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