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US universities accepting 650 gmat score

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ashish2104 Really wants to Beat The GMAT! Default Avatar
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US universities accepting 650 gmat score Post Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:09 am
Which schools in US accept 650 gmat score?

what are the chances of getting selected into some top schools in US with the following:
1. 650 gmat score
2. 100 toefel score
3. 2+ yrs of IT expereince
4. promotions, client appreciations and certain work related awards
5. teaching underpriviledged children and organizing environmental drives

I am thinking of Kellog, Columbia, Ohio, Cornell.

Guys, If you know a certain few where I stand a slightest of a chance, please reply.

Thanks in advance.

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Kaneisha Grayson MBA Admissions Consultant
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Post Thu Sep 02, 2010 10:56 am
With the little I know of your profile, I don't feel great about your chances at Kellogg or Columbia. However, I do think Ohio and Cornell could work as well as lots of the other schools on this list (http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/rankings/) under the "2nd Tier" category. Be sure to check out Babson. They are the #1 ranked school for Entrepreneurship according to Entrepreneur magazine.

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