While a CFA is a great accomplishment (depending on the level), it's becoming more and more common and it's definitely not a substitute for a low GMAT. GMAT scores hit rankings. CFA designations don't. It's an additional data point that isn't required nor necessary but can be a nice little plus.
If you're looking at Tepper - you should retake the GMAT. They're very quant focused and have a really strong average score (693) and a 80% range of 630 - 750. You're currently below that 80% mark which isn't a place you want to be.
I know that isn't great news but I hope the honesty helps!
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