In general scholarships and such are offered as "whole package deals", meaning that they evaluate your entire profile, based on your work experience, GMAT, etc. So first without your GMAT it's not so easy to evaluate you. But in general, the rule of thumb is that at schools where you are BETTER than the average incoming student (you can figure this generally by GMAT, work expeirence prestige, etc.) then there will be a greater likelihood of you getting money. Applying round 1 also helps a bit.
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