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Hi Guys, wanted to get a feel of where I stood based upon my credentials. I'm a graduate from University of Texas with a gpa of 3.0. Came to the US as a student , paid myself through school, currently associated with a software development in the product architecture role and would like to pursue an MBA along management lines. My creditials may not represent my true talents but with a good gmat score and more than 4years of experience in the US market and above average communication skills, great recommendation from whoever I worked for, would that be good enough. If yes, so please advice what type of a gmat score I should be shooting for.

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There's realy so much moe to an MBA application, so it's hard to just go by this info. For instance, do you have any community involvement? What leadershrip roles have you taken on, both in and outside of work?

But, for any target school, you may as well aim for its published mean GMAT score. As long as you're near that, your GMAT score won't keep you out. But remember that there is WAY MORE to your app than the GMAT.

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