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Hi there!I happen to have an extremely low score of 480 as well and I should let you know I can't afford another GMAT financially, physically and emotionally so I've dropped the idea all together. I've actually looked at GRENOBLE and IESEG and both are pretty reputable and fine.

But since we're here let me ask you this, can I apply to SAI with a score of 480 and accept atleast 1 school to give me a chance or is there anyway I can send a GMAT waiver letter to schools like Audencia , Emlyon?

I am currently a MARKETING MANAGER and have 24 weeks of experience. I do have work related and academic related success stories. I have tons of extracurricular activities including workshops,internships and part of volunteer organisations. I've had leadership roles throughout my life including academics and sports ( in which i have won several awards in several sports). I can even hire agencies to perfect my essays and LOR's if needed.

So what am I supposed to do know?
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New post 08 Jul 2018, 09:31
Hello Rahul

IESEG & GRENOBLE MIB programs do not require GMAT (you are eligible for MIB and not MBA as that requires 3 years of work ex)
For SAI waivers it may not be possible as it is a consortium of sorts. You can always write to the school directly to see if it is possible. I understand your personal reasons for not retaking, but applying with 480 is almost guaranteed to fail.

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RAHUL123124 wrote:
Hi there!I happen to have an extremely low score of 480 as well and I should let you know I can't afford another GMAT financially, physically and emotionally so I've dropped the idea all together. I've actually looked at GRENOBLE and IESEG and both are pretty reputable and fine.

But since we're here let me ask you this, can I apply to SAI with a score of 480 and accept atleast 1 school to give me a chance or is there anyway I can send a GMAT waiver letter to schools like Audencia , Emlyon?

I am currently a MARKETING MANAGER and have 24 weeks of experience. I do have work related and academic related success stories. I have tons of extracurricular activities including workshops,internships and part of volunteer organisations. I've had leadership roles throughout my life including academics and sports ( in which i have won several awards in several sports). I can even hire agencies to perfect my essays and LOR's if needed.

So what am I supposed to do know?

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