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Part-time USC Marshall maybe even Anderson?? [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2007, 09:48
Hey everyone,

I know this is a common question for the uncertain but here it goes. I'm going to apply to b-school (Marshall and Anderson) for part-time fall 08. I have a 3.1 gpa with double major from UCSB. I have 2.5 years working experience and I'm currently a senior financial analyst. My gmat score is a 650. I think I'm borderline for Marshall but how competitive am I really? Should I take the gmats over? I'm pretty sure I can do better second time around but, like most people, despise data sufficiency questions. Any opinions, suggestions, and/or advice would greatly be appreciated.

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 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 08:57
The 80% range for Anderson has a 620 floor, 550 for USC, so if you're within the GPA range, and a strong package, I'd certainly apply.

I'm applying to Anderson for Fall 2008 and hoping for a GMAT of 680, as I have a slightly lower GPA.
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FEMBA Anderson [#permalink] New post 02 Sep 2007, 17:34
I am hoping to make it for 2008 FEMBA @ UCLA. Planning to take my GMAT in Dec, complete application by Jan end. I hope they still have some spots left in Feb. Anybody have any information on how fast they usually fill the spots?
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so you guys are the competition [#permalink] New post 13 Sep 2007, 22:25
Hi guys:

I too am interested to know about these programs too as I want to stay within Southern California (better to raise kids!) and these two programs are the best of the part-time programs in the LA area.

3.46 GPA from a small school in Amish Country, PA, 690 GMAT 4 years exp by the time we start classes in Fall 08.

Will look forward to meeting all of you at school!
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Re: FEMBA Anderson [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2007, 19:53
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I am hoping to make it for 2008 FEMBA @ UCLA. Planning to take my GMAT in Dec, complete application by Jan end. I hope they still have some spots left in Feb. Anybody have any information on how fast they usually fill the spots?


they accept applications until April, and there was still some spots past that from what I am told. Some didn't get admitted off the wait list until after that.
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Re: FEMBA Anderson [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2007, 22:36
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Rx_MBA wrote:
I am hoping to make it for 2008 FEMBA @ UCLA. Planning to take my GMAT in Dec, complete application by Jan end. I hope they still have some spots left in Feb. Anybody have any information on how fast they usually fill the spots?


they accept applications until April, and there was still some spots past that from what I am told. Some didn't get admitted off the wait list until after that.


i applied last year. they take apps until apr-may i believe and i know people who got accepted as late as july! dont worry about submitting apps early enough. as long as its sometime before march, youll have no issues whatsoever
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