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should i choose busines schools in exam? [#permalink] New post 09 Jul 2012, 11:16
i want to knw one thing, as its my exam in this week, but i have no any university in my mind , because i don't have any plan when i l apply for MS finance, as one of my frnd told me that student have to choose university in exam , but i read in Mba.com that student can choose univeristy from home by logging in his account .. i dont knw what shud i do? because i dont knw wats planing either to do job over here or apply for ms in finance in any USA university ..

plz help me.. who is rite?? my frnd or i interpret it wrong frm mba.com ..

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Re: should i choose busines schools in exam? [#permalink] New post 09 Jul 2012, 15:54
You should absolutely choose schools on the day of your exam. On the day of your exam you can make you score accessible to 5 schools for FREE. It is true that you can make your scores available to schools after your exam, but it will cost you $20/school. (I think it's $20 dollars, but might be off slightly). Either way, it will cost you money to send the scores later. My advice is pick the 5 schools you are MOST likely going to apply to, and then if you end up not getting into/applying to those schools then you can send your scores to more schools later.

I always recommend that people choose 5 schools b/c you are passing up a free opportunity if you do not. It's not a HUGE deal though, you just may end up paying for it later.
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Re: should i choose busines schools in exam? [#permalink] New post 09 Jul 2012, 23:02
Ohh that means i interpret it wrong.. :( i thought its free to apply from home too now...

Thanks alot for replying ..i was confused with that..can u tell me few university for MS in finance any state university which has affordable fees in USA ..??
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