Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Wall Street aspirants are taking cover


I took the GMAT in 1987, scored a 780*, decided against it, and I have no regrets.

*I have no idea how scoring may have changed in the past 2 decades, but would not trade that score with anyone. Of course, standardized tests don't say much about intelligence, and I'm your proof.

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