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Help!!!!!Urgent [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2011, 03:38
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MY GMAT SCORE IS 560 and I got admission in Suny Stony Brook ,,CSU Fresno and NJIT....Not able to decide where to go??Which one is better.........and are they good universities or its just a waste to go there??
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Re: Help!!!!!Urgent [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2011, 18:51
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the answer to your question depends entirely on what you want to do post-MBA. What are you looking for? If you want a sexy job at a fortune 50 company, you'd be better off raising your sights and your scores and going to a better ranked school. Having said that, you can actually get a great MBA education from just about any accredited program, so if you are just looking for the knowledge and take-aways to use on your own, for example as an entrepreneur, you can save a lot of money and go to a third tier school. My rule of thumb, however, is that you always go to as good a school as you possibly can, since the school you attend is with you for life, and your generation statistically has several job transitions along the way.
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Re: Help!!!!!Urgent [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2011, 19:02
study and retake the test.... right now getting a job is tough for even grads out of top 10 schools....
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Re: Help!!!!!Urgent [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2011, 22:31
What if want to go with score only which univ is good to go with ...........

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Re: Help!!!!!Urgent [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2011, 23:28
Honestly if you just want to get an MBA that you can check a box on job applications; you could go to any school(a lot of people do this). However because of the economy you have to see if the degree will worth the two years and the money you Will put in to it( and the opportunity cost of doing something else). If I was you I would first reexamin why I want the MBA, then figure what should I do...

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