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October 06, 2014


Jessica Chung

Hi Jeff, ultimately it's a personal decision. If you're confident you can increase your score on the next try, it might be worth it. However if you find yourself scoring about the same on tests and practice tests, perhaps your time is better spent refining your essay, resume, and other parts of your application.

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