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GPA2.3 (B.Engineering) + GPA3.4 (MBA) + GMAT650 = MSFinance?

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GPA2.3 (B.Engineering) + GPA3.4 (MBA) + GMAT650 = MSFinance? [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2004, 18:36
Where should I apply for?
I am expected to MSF at UIUC or Florida is it possible?
If I retake GMAT and get above 700, is it possible for applying
to MSFinance at Princeton or Cambridge?
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Re: GPA2.3 (B.Engineering) + GPA3.4 (MBA) + GMAT650 = MSFina [#permalink] New post 22 Nov 2004, 14:02
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Where should I apply for?
I am expected to MSF at UIUC or Florida is it possible?
If I retake GMAT and get above 700, is it possible for applying
to MSFinance at Princeton or Cambridge?


Hi siamman,

I hesitate to say too much in response to your question, because I know a lot more about the MBA-related stuff than I do about specific MSF programs! I'd just encourage you to research the various schools and discover the median range of scores they accept into the program--naturally, a score of 700+ will put you more at the level of Princeton/Cambridge than your current 650, but there are many other elements of your profile to consider. I wish I could be more helpful, but all I can really suggest is that you research the specific programs you're applying to very carefully--contact the admissions offices to "pick the brains" of the people there if necessary--and take it from there!

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