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Profile required for Haas School of Business UC berkeley [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2014, 16:08
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Experience : IT industry in Energy domain for 3.5 years
Age: 27
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I will be giving GMAT next month and aiming a very high score. I was curious to know that if i manage to get a score anywhere between 720 to 750, do i stand a chance for admission to Berkeley . Also , will my low GPA will affect my application even if i get a very high GMAT score? :roll:

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Re: Profile required for Haas School of Business UC berkeley [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2014, 10:38
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Hi sssraj,

Thanks for your message and for sharing your background.

In my experience, a GMAT score of 720 to 750 will give you a strong chance of getting into Berkeley. This score will definitely help the AdComm assess your potential for success in Berkley's full-time program given your GPA of 3.3/4.0.

I know that you will try to score as high as possible on the GMAT. However, should you score less than a 700, please do not eliminate your potential candidacy from Berkeley. I find that 90% of top-tier candidates I work with tend to "opt-out" of the application process as they feel that they do not stand a chance. They do this before the school can even receive their application. Regardless of how you score, let Berkeley make the ultimate decision on your candidacy. Most candidates share with me how they are pleasantly surprised when they are accepted and never thought they stood a chance.

Please let us know if we could be of further help. We believe in helping candidates with their applications but saving their finances for business school.

We wish you the best in your MBA journey.

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