To decide between using GMAT or GRE score, I recommend going with the score with better overall percentile, which I'm guessing it is your GMAT score.
If other areas such as work experience, leadership capabilities are strong, I would recommend perhaps stretching for USC (Marshall). If your MBA from India is from an institution accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), then USC would allow you to get a 26-unit Master of Science in Business Administration (M.S.B.A.), and you can further study in an area of specialization.
If you like to add another match school, perhaps consider UC Irvine.
Since you already have an MBA, and a Masters in Commerce, you will have to really clear about how an MBA from the U.S. will help you further your career.
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GMAT: 600 (second attempt);
Career interest: Marketing/ social and digital media
1. Rutgers (have a gre score of 308 apart from gmat at 600. which of the two scores will better my chance at Rutgers?)
Please suggest any colleges that I can possibly apply to with my score. I know my score is not very high but I cannot write the GMAT again.
Graduation in commerce (High ranked college in India)
MBA (Top 20 college in India)
Masters in Commerce (India)
Work experience- total 4 yrs
Domain: Qualitative market research
Market research company: 2 yrs
Brand consulting: 1yr
Others (Sales): 1 year
(Both companies are thought to be the best names in the world to work for)
Have a very strong and quick growth record and can provide very good recos.
Very active in college (edu related). Shows leadership qualities, ownership of responsibility and peer mentoring.
Won awards for professional excellence (Job related)
Scholarship: Dont need any funding.
Will be happy to have any suggestions on schools I must apply to. I am not aiming very high but preferable top 40.
Thank you so much in advance.
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