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I applied for Masters in Management in Queens University (The one in Canada) with gmat score of 660 and ielts score of 8. Will this gmat score be good enough ? also I applied for the fall session. When does their selection committee actually sit?

It will be really helpful if anyone can provide me with any kind of information.

Thank you in advance :)
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Takdir wrote:
I applied for Masters in Management in Queens University (The one in Canada) with gmat score of 660 and ielts score of 8. Will this gmat score be good enough ? also I applied for the fall session. When does their selection committee actually sit?

It will be really helpful if anyone can provide me with any kind of information.

Thank you in advance :)


Hi Takdir,

Thanks for your query.

Your IELTS score looks absolutely fine :) With regard to the GMAT, Queen's looks for a basic of about 640. Therefore, your chances not only depend on your score but also on a wide variety of factors ranging from your overall profile to your career goals :) Hence, it would be a bit difficult to comment on your chances purely on the basis of your test score.

Hope this helps to an extent.

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I have 2 research paper accepted in a MBAA International-Academy of Finance Conference in Chicago and another paper still under work. Sorry for bothering you again, but i just wanted to know an estimation. The average Gmat score in Queen's is 650 but I think its for MBA. Since I want to apply for Ms in Management, I am really uncertain about the chances.

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I think as a rule of thumb you can use the MBA GMAT score as a proxy for that program as well. So you should be in play at Queens Univ
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