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please evaluate my profile [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2006, 20:34
what other colleges can i apply to for my profile....is suny buffalo and case western reserve a good choice......

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i am planning to apply for fall 2007.my gmat is 610 and have a gpa of 3.5(say) have had 2 years part time work experience and will be having 1 year full time work experience by aug 2007.i am doing my final year engineering now. i have had 4 months training in administration.i am an indian.what are my chances for an mba at maryand(smith),michigan state,texas a & m and arizona.


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Your GMAT and limited work experiencecombined with the fact that you are from a very competitive applicant demographic will work against you with all of these schools, unless there are unusual or strong aspects of your profile that you did not mention. Maryland would be a longshot school for you, but one or two of the other three might come through for you. Consider retaking the GMAT to get it closer to the 650 range and perhaps waiting a year to apply.

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