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MBA with revised GRE scores [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2012, 23:59
Hi,

I'm new to this forum and pretty clueless with how to go about getting my questions answered.

My GRE is scheduled for tomorrow and I've been scoring around 318-321 on the Mock tests, which translate to something like 680 in GMAT(conversion done using the ETS Conversion tool).

I'm primarily applying for an MIS course for which I have shortlisted my universities. Since GRE scores are being accepted by certain B-schools, I'm intending to submit my scores to a few B-schools in the US. The gmatclub forum has been really helpful with folks who've scored pretty high in GRE in choosing their universities. But since my scores do not seem like they'll be very good, I'm pretty confused on which universities to apply to.

I have a 2+ years work exp, which would be almost 3 by the time i enter university. Can you please suggest universities that would consider my projected GRE score. I've assessed Duke University and University of Virginia, I'm not sure if i'm being foolishly optimistic about getting into one of these two.

Any help wold be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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Re: MBA with revised GRE scores [#permalink] New post 15 Nov 2012, 20:55
Hey,

I'm not sure whether Top schools accept GRE. Its Real hard with 680 score on GMAT to get into Darden or Duke. Less than 3yrs experience will be a drawback, if you're applying to them. Unless if you are very good at other areas, there are slim chances you get into .
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Re: MBA with revised GRE scores [#permalink] New post 10 May 2013, 10:59
karthikguptav wrote:
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I'm not sure whether Top schools accept GRE. Its Real hard with 680 score on GMAT to get into Darden or Duke.


How did you reach this conclusion? The 80% range at Duke is 630-740 and the average is 690.
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