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MBA Schools Applied, wait is on, Low GMAT

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neetabh99 Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts Default Avatar
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MBA Schools Applied, wait is on, Low GMAT

Post Wed Feb 24, 2016 10:44 pm
Hi here,

Applied for MBA, schools-John Hopkins,Maryland,georgia tech,purdue,carrol,Baruch
Applied for MS Analytics, school-ut dallas,tennessee,Stevans,GW,Rady School SanDiego,drexel,UNC.Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,minessota

I have been interviewed at Hopkins for now.Received rejection from minessota and florida.

GMAT - 550 (25v,41q) with 4 years of work experience in finance and statistics(non-government sector including World Bank and WHO). I have taken GMAT 4 times and find myself lost in the game too. Second round applications. If any Female advantage in terms of score! Academics-BA(Economics) 3.3/4, India and MSc Finance 3.75/4, UK.

How would you guys want to evaluate out my chances in the said ones or some more I could look at? Its really disappointing how everything comes down to GMAT. I mean I really have the caliber to nail and know where I want to direct myself! Would in anycase be great if I get to share some similar experiences/reviews.

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Post Thu Feb 25, 2016 8:01 am
the GMAT is not the most important aspect of an application, BUT the weakest part of your application is the most important part.

Unfortunately there are poor standardized test takers, and it seems you have proven that you are one. Fingers crossed you are successful with one of the schools you applied. cheers, alex

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Post Fri Feb 26, 2016 6:49 am
Thanks Alex, I wonder the outcome in my case. I already have strong GPAs and international Masters degree in Finance, along with some UN international work experience in public sector, making about 4 years by fall. I am still with the game of GMAT but losing stamina and focus. Would be great if you could provide me an idea of admit in these schools I applied in?

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