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Joined: 10 Jun 2014
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Kudos [?]: 32 [0], given: 115

Concentration: Nonprofit, Social Entrepreneurship
GMAT 1: 650 Q42 V38
GMAT 2: 680 Q45 V38
GRE 1: 326 Q161 V165
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New post 10 Jun 2014, 19:33
Hello All,

I'm looking for Top-25 daytime MBA programs that are GRE friendly. "GRE friendly" means that a program is well-known among the admissions community as not disadvantaging students that submit that GRE scores.

I've been emailing schools and I have not received positive responses from: Haas and Anderson. Fuqua was tepid in their response.

Please help me with a list of schools that fit that bill. Extra points for Consortium Schools and Top-10 programs!

A little about myself:

I've been serving with AmeriCorps through various programs, and I'm pursuing an MBA to go into NPO/Educational leadership, and Social Entrepreneurship. I'm very interested in public-private partnerships, foundation work, and using quantitative to improve programmatic outcomes. I'm pursuing schools that will allow to do an MBA/MPP combo, which is why I'm trying to get the two-for-one deal out of the GRE. More so, I've already completed one GRE for a MS.Ed in Education and Social Change program that I completed during my Teach For America commitment.

My GRE is scores are V-165 (95%) and Q-161 (81%) which translate to GMAT of 680 (V-41 and Q-42). I'm working to retake my GRE to at least improve my quantitative to 165 (91%) and hopefully move up a point or two on verbal (96% or 97%).

Thank you for your time everybody!

Kudos [?]: 32 [0], given: 115

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