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Admission to MS courses in the US as a fresher [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2013, 10:00
I am a recent BE graduate in Information and technology with an aggregate of 52% , I intend on applying to colleges providing the MS degree in supply chain management in the US through GMAT. Do i stand a chance with such a low undergraduate aggregate provided i score exceptionally well on the GMAT? I am looking for University of arizona, texas-austin, minnesota or maryland.

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Re: Admission to MS courses in the US as a fresher [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2013, 01:07
Hi Piyush,

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Re: Admission to MS courses in the US as a fresher [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2013, 01:39
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I am a recent BE graduate in Information and technology with an aggregate of 52% , I intend on applying to colleges providing the MS degree in supply chain management in the US through GMAT. Do i stand a chance with such a low undergraduate aggregate provided i score exceptionally well on the GMAT? I am looking for University of arizona, texas-austin, minnesota or maryland.

Thanks a ton!


Hmmmm.. It's gonna be tough... 52% is pretty low... you CAN for sure make up for it somewhat with great test scores.... but again... it'll be tough.. and it'll also depend on what else you have in your profile.
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