Your GMAT will appear low in your applicant pool and it won't help to have an unmemorable UG degree, which can sometimes be used to offset an average GMAT score. In your case, however, you may have a better shot since you are interested not in MBA but in MS degree. The applications for these programs are much lower in volume and since schools do not rely on the stats from these programs to rise in rank, you are not under as much pressure to turn in top scores or paper qualifications. The rankings under scrutiny are typically the MBA rankings. I would say your professional experience in research would also make you a viable candidate for MS program vs MBA.
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