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Please evaluate my profile. [#permalink] New post 29 Dec 2010, 05:10
Hey,
I am from India and I am very much interested in doing MSA in the US. I thought I prepared well for the GMAT and was ranging between 650 to 700 in my mocks. But sadly I got a shocking 530. I am planning to retake the GMAT in the next 6weeks. Meanwhile I would like to know whether I can apply with this score to some of the schools because the deadlines are nearing

My GPA is 3.37 and With Grade A in almost all the accounting subjects.
I did my undergraduation from one of the top colleges in India,
I am an International chess player.
Did one month internship at a small audit firm when I was in college.

Target Schools:- William and Mary, Virginia Tech, James Madison, Case western Reserve, University of North Carolina Wilmington ,bentley and last option wisonsion Whitewater
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Re: Please evaluate my profile. [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2011, 10:10
You have a chance and should apply. What do you have to lose? You might get rejections but you will have absolutely no chance if you don't apply. When are you taking the GMAT? If you can score a lot higher, than hold on to your apps. If not, get your apps in as quickly as possible. I am familiar with a few schools you mention. VT accept students for the fall and the spring semester and they reply pretty quickly. William and Mary require an interview but they'll probably do it over the phone for international students. They also reply back very quickly. I'm not sure if there is a lot of financial aid or federal loans available to international. Can you paid the tuition and living expenses? Where do you want to work once you graduated? The majority of your school is on the eastern seaboard. Have you research job prospects for internationals?
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