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Hi,

What is the probability of a fresh college graduate, with no work experience, being selected in a full time MBA program? Would it be advisable to skip the GMAT in the final year of college then?

Would really appreciate some assistance!

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Nolina wrote:
Hi,

What is the probability of a fresh college graduate, with no work experience, being selected in a full time MBA program? Would it be advisable to skip the GMAT in the final year of college then?

Would really appreciate some assistance!



It is very hard for college graduates with little or no full-time work experience to gain acceptance to top MBA programs. However, there are a few MB programs with will consider college grads, such as CMU Tepper and Rochester Simon. There are also MS in Management programs that are geared towards people early in their careers such as those programs at LBS, Duke, IE, and ISB. You may want to consider that option.

GMAT scores are valid for 5 years. So if you plan to apply in less than five years, you can take the GMAT while still in school or shortly after you graduate. Prepare, and aim to take it once. Don't take it on a lark

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You have a 100% chance of getting into Emporia State University's MBA program without work experience. Additionally, the GMAT and GPA requirements are very reasonable compared to other schools. They are offering classes online or in the classroom. The school of business is accredited and offers concentrations such as ERP-SAP, Accounting, and Marketing. I graduate this December, and highly recommend that you consider it.

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