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Hi,

I have a work experience of 2.4 years and i am looking to apply to the US. My gmat is in november 2017. Which colleges should i apply to? Current mock score is 600.

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New post 07 Oct 2017, 10:42
Hi,

You can browse through the top 50 US colleges list by Narenn.
You must substantially improve your GMAT scores to have a good chances. Your work ex will be around 3 years when you start applying, which is fine.

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