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Hey havent been on here much and just saw your post. I switched from FT to PT after i got a promotion at my current position. It is possible to switch, I just emailed the Part Time rep and asked to switch. I actually found out that i was on the waitlist from an accepted.com email for a chat session for waitlisted candidates. I then checked the status of my app and sure enough I was waitlisted. I recently found out i got into the program via a telephone call. Still to this day I havent received an email from USC as to my waitlist or acceptance. One curious thing is that i havent interviewed at SC, yet got admitted. To this day i thought this was a near impossibility.
I'm currently studying for the GMAT and plan to apply to USC's part time program for the fall of 2008. I am very concerned about my undergraduate GPA being only a 2.7 however I'm a great test taker and I am shooting for over a 700 on my GMAT.
You think with 6-7 years work experience, great essays and a 700+ score I can get in? Or does my GPA screw me?
If I take accounting courses through UCLA's extension program can I use those grades to up my GPA?
What were your guys profiles and were you accepted?
My GMAT score is 660 (q:48 v:33)
graduated with master's from virginia tech in biology
work ex: 2yrs
i am applying for part-time MBA at UCLA and USC - fall2008.
do you think my good GPA and "unique" background can compensate for low score in GMAT? or should i consider retaking the test.