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Re: Lack of Experience [#permalink]
29 Oct 2009, 20:53
If you're saying that you have no work experience at all, then, yes, you are not ready to apply to the vast majority of business schools. If you also lack leadership in extracurricular roles, you should wait a couple of years until you've addressed these issues. Given your GMAT score, and assuming you do have some part-time work experience and decent extracurriculars, you may have a shot at Pitt and Penn State. To recommend other schools I would need to know more about you. However as a rough rule of thumb your GMAT score may be attractive enough at schools with average GMATs below, say, 650 for them to overlook your other deficiencies. See this Accepted.com item on young applicants.