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I recently took the GMAT and Scored a poor 610 ( Q:42, V32). I am wanting to pursue an MBA within the US at a top 40 school,
About me: I am a male from TX, USA. I recently turned 25 (days ago). I have been working with a major defense company for over 2 years in supply chain management

A few schools I have been looking at extensively are:

UTD-Naveen Jindal
Penn State Smeal
Arizona State

Do you recommend waiting a year or so to start fall 2019 class or take my chances and join an online MBA program/apply to full time programs and start Fall 2018? If I do wait until 2019 I would be retaking my GMAT

I welcome all advice,

Thank You

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I recently took the GMAT and Scored a poor 610 ( Q:42, V32). I am wanting to pursue an MBA within the US at a top 40 school,
About me: I am a male from TX, USA. I recently turned 25 (days ago). I have been working with a major defense company for over 2 years in supply chain management

A few schools I have been looking at extensively are:

UTD-Naveen Jindal
Penn State Smeal
Arizona State

Do you recommend waiting a year or so to start fall 2019 class or take my chances and join an online MBA program/apply to full time programs and start Fall 2018? If I do wait until 2019 I would be retaking my GMAT

I welcome all advice,

Thank You


Well, My first take is give that you :
1. Are relatively inexperienced and
2. Have a relatively low GMAT

Why not spend another year working the GMAT, and improving your profile. It can translate into big scholarships or acceptances to higher ranked schools.

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JF
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