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Admission chances in top B School after ACCA

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This is my first post ever on this website.

I wanted to know if I am eligible for admission in top Business School. Any feedback would be highly appreciated. Please ignore any grammar mistakes as my English is not that good.

I did ACCA (Associate Chartered Certified Accountant) which is UK based global Professional Certification. I also did 2 years B Com from University of the Punjab, Pakistan. The issue is, B Com is based on marking system not on GPA system. To strengthen my application for MBA program in top Business School, I am now doing Oxford Brookes BSc in Applied Accounting. After ACCA, we have to submit only one research paper and they will reward with the degree if research paper meets their passing standard. The degree will be equivalent to 3 years program with total credit hours of 360.

I have total of more than 6 years professional work experience in Professional Accountancy firms and out of this, 5 years in a no. 10 firm worldwide.

I am planning to take GMAT next year in May as I am currently busy with my BSc research paper and my concepts for quant and verbal are not good. I guess it would take around 5-6 months to prepare myself for GMAT test.

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