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B-School in Canada/USA - Masters in management/HR [#permalink] New post 30 Jun 2013, 22:40
Hi there!

I am currently going to do my 4th year at UBC. My major is in Sociology with a minor in Economics.
My first 2 year average was.. 64%. ( Breakup, slacking off..)
My third year average was 80%. My GMAT Score was 700.

I participated in a few public events (pageants, singing contest lol) here in Vancouver as well as had some interns, but nothing particularly impressive.
I want to get into a masters program here in Canada or in the states, what programs can I realistically get into?

In addition, should I retake the GMAT and aim for a higher score? After all, at this point it is extremely difficult to change my GPA, but I can always aim for a higher GMAT score to boost my chances.

Thank you so much!
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Re: B-School in Canada/USA - Masters in management/HR [#permalink] New post 02 Jul 2013, 17:55
Hi Julia,

Check out the link http://www.apphelp.co.in/Canadian-MBA-schools.htm for more information on Canadian b-schools.
To get some more clarity on b-school application process and inputs from top b-school grads, kindly attend the webinar conducted by b-school alumnus. For more information and to register your name, click http://www.apphelp.co.in/apphelp-alumni-sessions.php

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Erina

julia88888 wrote:
Hi there!

I am currently going to do my 4th year at UBC. My major is in Sociology with a minor in Economics.
My first 2 year average was.. 64%. ( Breakup, slacking off..)
My third year average was 80%. My GMAT Score was 700.

I participated in a few public events (pageants, singing contest lol) here in Vancouver as well as had some interns, but nothing particularly impressive.
I want to get into a masters program here in Canada or in the states, what programs can I realistically get into?

In addition, should I retake the GMAT and aim for a higher score? After all, at this point it is extremely difficult to change my GPA, but I can always aim for a higher GMAT score to boost my chances.

Thank you so much!

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Re: B-School in Canada/USA - Masters in management/HR   [#permalink] 02 Jul 2013, 17:55
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