Part time programs are a little more forgiving on GMAT since they are not required to count their average GMAT scores in the full time rankings assessments. B-schools know PT applicants often do not have the same kind of time to prepare for the test and are much more interested in what kind of impact you are having in your career and what you will be bringing into the classroom. Also, remember that a school's average GMAT score is just that--an average. There are plenty of folks who are admitted below that score. Your score is well within the 80% range, so your admission will not come down to not getting a 600--let me assure you. The key will be in telling and selling your story in a way that convinces the Marshall folks you know where you are going and where you came from--then tying the two together.
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