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Ladies and Gents, I could use your honest feedback. I am interested in attending either UCI's, Santa Clara's, or Perpperdine Fully-employed program. My profile is as follows: Age 26, undergrad BA in Philosophy from UCSB (2.7 GPA), and GMAT scores of 520 and 600. I have four years of Account Management (sales managment) in the software industry, with strong letters of recommendation.
My 600 GMAT split was (Q35, V37), I certainly dedicated a lot of time and effort into studying. If I take the test again I may enroll in a local Junior College Algebra course to build a solid foundation. Not sure if this makes a difference, but I was a transfer student at UCSB so my 2.7 GPA is only based on my last two years of college, and doesn't account my 3.2+ freshmen/sophmore junior college GPA.
Pepperdine and UCI's mean is about a 3.0 GPA and a 600, or 620. Basically, I need some feedback on if I should apply or retake the GMAT, for the third time?
I don't think you need to retake your GMAT unless either school has rules about a certain quantative score. I think you have a shot for these schools. Of course, a higher GMAT score would help, but I don't think it's going to kill you even if you don't retake it. Just make sure you execute a great application.