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Hi Linda, Just curious how the top 5 schools would look at 3.3 for GRAD gpa?
First of all they would look at it in the context of your GMAT, undergrad grades, and other achievements and would probably want to know if specific circumstances contributed to the mediocre marks. In and of itself, it is not impressive or indicative on high-achievement on the graduate level, but top b-schools would not look at it alone or make a decision based solely on that number.
Thank You. Another part of my question was that with a high GMAT can I apply now, after little work experience and still make it?
Disclosure: I can't tell you with 100% certainty if you can make it in or not.
In general a high GMAT doesn't replace a low level of experience. They reflect different qualities. The GMAT shows if you have the IQ to succeed in business school. The experience shows if you have the EQ to succeed after b-school, along with the experience to contribute to class during the program. Even if you do extremely well on the GMAT, it won't show what work experience shows.