Am I screwed for the GRE if I only spend one month studying for it?
Long story short: I didn't plan on applying for MBA school for 2022 entry because I wanted to wait until I felt confident that classes would be in-person all year round. However, my asian parents are basically threatening to disown me if I don't apply for fall entry this year. They're obsessed with school brand and are salty that I didn't go to an Ivy for undergrad (went to Berkeley).
Since that significantly compresses my timeline, and my lazy a** hasn't put any time into studying for the GRE yet, am I screwed if I sign up to take it in one month? I've been hearing a lot of varied responses from word of mouth irl and these forums. Some have told me that they got 330+ with only one week of studying (granted they're pretty smart, like almost perfect SAT smart) while others have told me it took them months to get a score like it.
Ideally, I'd like to aim for 330+ in order to feel good about applying to the M7 schools. Not sure if that's extremely farfetched, but it's hard for me to gauge since most people I know in my personal circle who went to MBA school took the GMAT instead.
For reference, I got around a 2200 on my SAT in 2014 without studying if that can serve as comparison.