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New post 18 Jun 2013, 16:41
I would like to get recommend from many experts. I got 90 TOEFL IBT, 480 GMAT and 57 Q 40 V GRE ( =520 GMAT). Which universities that you know should I apply for? (MS, MBA)
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Hi there,

That's a tough one, as your GMAT (and even GRE) score is below the average of all test-takers globally, which is way below the average at well-known business schools. Definitely top 50 or possibly even 75/100 ranked US schools are out of the running with that sort of score. I highly recommend that you consider re-taking the GMAT (and/or GRE) soon... schools take the highest score you have, and may even wonder why you didn't re-take it if you don't. Then think about what geographic region you are interested in, and class size and other attributes, and you can do some research into schools with those factors at your score level. Good luck to you!
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