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 [#permalink] New post 02 Feb 2006, 07:28
elhajoui wrote:
Most schools follow the course of action outlined by Chicago's GSB:

Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka:
Applicants must have completed a master's degree. One year of a two-year master's program is not sufficient. The B.Com., B.A., B.Tech., B.Eng., or B.Sc., or other similar degrees alone are not acceptable.

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Do u mean that B'desh, India, Pakistan undergrads are not considered for PhD in US schools?
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Hi, I have recently taken the GMAT and scored 740 Q49 V41.
I m in my 4th yr of undergrad-BBA in Accounting. I wanna do a PhD in either Accounting or Finance. My GPA is 3.93/4 and this is the highest GPA in the dept. Do u guys think I stand any chance in top-10, top-20 or perhaps in top-30? I have been very nervous on the GMAT-day and underperformed in Quant. I can easily score 51, at least 50 in Quant. Do u think my Quant 49 will hamper my chances of admission? Do u suggest me to retake for a better Quant score since PhD requires good quantitaive skills and b-school always looks for good quant skills in PhD candidates. In our undergrad, we completed 2 courses on calculus, 2 on statistics, 2 on business maths, 2 on economics. In all these course I have 4, the highest possible grade in the university.

Plz suggest me wht to do. I m in a fix whether to retake the GMAT or not. I expect to get 770 or 780 if I retake. Thanx
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I think 740 is very good, as is Q49. Your gpa is also excellent. I don't think you need to retake it AT ALL. A 740 with a 3.9 should put you in the reckoning.

Are you planning on 2007 session?
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