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02 Sep 2011, 19:48
Trying to figure out if it's worth spending the next couple months studying for the GMAT. Give me some thoughts here folks. Thanks. Also, I know I posted something previously with different stats and WE, but that was for someone else. I was doing research on his behalf. This is the real deal now.

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04 Sep 2011, 06:24
It's really hard to say. As you mentioned, law school is pretty much all about number, while b-school isn't. With that said, one factor can't (such as a D in calculus) can't really determine your possibility. From what I can see, you obviously have the mental horsepower to do well in college, otherwise you wouldn't have gotten a 3.49 at the end. For the schools you listed, you want to see a 700+ GMAT score, with a strong math portion, simply to mitigate your college math grade. Definitely doable.
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