Well the GMAT has come and gone. I know it is bad form to discuss numbers so I’ll use a basketball analogy.
My first score in 2002 made me a 15 point per game player. Not great, not hall of fame materia,l but a good solid player on any team. May not be selected for the Olympics (the 2004 USA team no withstanding) but I could do okay.
This time I was aiming to become a 25 points per game player. Olympics (starter for the U-S-A because I can hit an outside shot) and an all-star game or two, but sadly that did not occur. Poured in 18 for a strong effort, one that should get me a few looks from the scouts, but no number 1 draft pick.
Inevitably, I’ll have to prove myself as a walk-on.
Time to start applying. London Business School, Stanford, Notre Dame, UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke — look out! Martine, Martine, Mar … I can already hear the cheers. :)
Tired and ready for some sleep.