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Full ride scholarships based on GMAT score? [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2014, 11:11
I've heard a few things about Booth and other schools that they give full ride scholarships based on your GMAT score. Is this true? Where can I find more information about this?
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Re: Full ride scholarships based on GMAT score? [#permalink] New post 14 Feb 2014, 05:48
Hi,

It is not always true that they provide the Scholarship just based on the GMAT score. However there are many factors like your profile, GPA, GMAT score, scholarship essays and your convincing skills on "Why you need a scholarship?"

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Re: Full ride scholarships based on GMAT score? [#permalink] New post 16 Feb 2014, 07:40
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Hey there,

When it comes to Merit Based Scholarships, GMAT scores play a big role. However, like Neha said, they're not the only thing they look for. Generally, GMAT scores are used as gatekeepers. If your GMAT is good enough, certain scholarship opportunities are open to you. But once you're in, you're competing against other candidates with similar, if not higher, scores.

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