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Insight Appreciated (I'll keep this short) [#permalink] New post 23 Nov 2010, 11:52
I'm planning on applying for an MSF program in the Philadelphia area but my UG major was in political science. One of the schools I am interested in (Drexel) does not require pre-requisites, but I was wondering what my chances of being accepted would be with an unrelated UG major. My UG major GPA was around a 3.6 and cumulative GPA around a 3.4 with a variety of activities (president of my fraternity, etc.) and honor societies. What GMAT score would I need to get into Drexel's program (with an unrelated UG major)? Chances of getting in assuming I attain that score?


All input, negative or positive, is appreciated. Thank you.

EDIT: I am currently taking Accounting I and Microecon at my local CC to prove I have the mindset to handle the MSF curriculum and am receiving A's, but I would prefer to join a program sooner than later (rather than take 6 additional courses before having to apply).
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