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Applicants who are targeting to do a PhD - Introduce yourself

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New post 18 Jul 2019, 03:16
Hello everyone,

My Name is Krishna Kartheek, working as Assistant Professor in Apollo Institute of Hospital Administration. I have one year of hospital experience as a Hospital Administrator and 10 years of teaching experience (includes research publications) in healthcare management. Now I am planning to pursue PhD in Business Management (Healthcare Policy & Management) from any of the reputed Business School in USA.
My query is, "should I take GRE or GMAT as the qualifying test which will be accepted by the reputed Business Schools. Also what should be the range of scores in GRE / GMAT to get their acceptance.

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New post 18 Jul 2019, 10:23
Hi Krishna,

Welcome to the PhD journey! lol The first you will want to do is research the schools you are interested in going to. Each school will have a different average for GMAT or GRE. Based on what I've read - there is a thread here to discuss with actual admission advisers - you will want to get a score that is the very minimum of their average. Most schools will also post their minimum and maximum GMAT or GRE scores for the past 5 years, it just takes some research to find it.

Depending o the program you are in will also determine if you should take GMAT or GRE. However, most business schools for a business PhD will accept either. Only some schools, which is rare, prefer GMAT over GRE. Other majors, such as sciences, will prefer GRE. So again, do a little research. For a top business school in the US you will want at least a 700 on the GMAT. 730+ makes you a stronger candidate.
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New post 08 Nov 2019, 05:55
I don’t know if this thread is active anymore, but I’m applying to PhD in Accounting programs for this upcoming year.

I’m mostly interested in behavioral/experimental research focusing on audit/managerial accounting, but information systems research is also intriguing.

I graduated with my bachelors in accounting from Brigham Young University in 2015, worked with a small CPA firm for a couple of years, did a year in healthcare reimbursement and another year in tech doing accounting software implementation. Now I’m at Michigan State University working on a Master’s degree.

If there’s any other accounting PhD applicants out there, I’d love to connect!

Schools I’m interested in applying to:
MSU, Illinois, Indiana, South Florida, Waterloo (Canada), USC, Tennessee, Bentley, Pitt, Oklahoma, ASU, Arizona, and maybe UC Irvine.

Current GMAT score - 660 (46/35) but retaking it Nov 18th in order to get 700+

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