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Master of Marketing Research (MMR) from UGA

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Hello everyone. I want to get into the MMR program offered by Terry College of Business- Coca Cola center for marketing studies in University of Georgia. What are your thoughts about the program for someone who wants a career in Marketing Research? UGA website says the average GMAT scores of the students who enroll in this program is 630. What should be my aim regarding GMAT score?

Any and every suggestion will be appreciated. Thanks!
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New post 13 Jun 2016, 06:52
Hey mojjammil,

The MMR program from Terry College of Business is a very specialized program. Since you have stated that you want to pursue a career in marketing research, then this program is a good fit for you.

Coming to the GMAT score, I would say that you should have a GMAT score of at least 10 points more than the average.

Secondly, the admission requirements are quite high for this program and TOEFL/IELTS is a must. So if you are someone with a GPA lower than the average GPA of the graduating class you will need a good GMAT score and strong extra-curricular activities to back it up.

The employment prospects are very good for this program. The career services team is able to provide individual attention to each student as the class size is very small.

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