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Is it possible to get PhD program with GMAT 500

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Dear Experts:

I have recently taken my GMAT. Here is my profile-

GMAT- 500
CGPA- 3.84/4.00 (BBA in Finance)
IELTS- 7.5 (7.5 for all bands)
Job experience -01 Year


I am pretty interested to get my PhD in Finance. Would you please suggest me which universities I should apply. I am afraid of my lower GMAT score! I am thanking for your time and information.

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Mostafa

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Dear Experts:

I have recently taken my GMAT. Here is my profile-

GMAT- 500
CGPA- 3.84/4.00 (BBA in Finance)
IELTS- 7.5 (7.5 for all bands)
Job experience -01 Year


I am pretty interested to get my PhD in Finance. Would you please suggest me which universities I should apply. I am afraid of my lower GMAT score! I am thanking for your time and information.

Best Regards,
Mostafa


Mostafa,

I wouldn't recommend applying with a 500. What was your preparation like? I suggest a new strategy and another attempt at getting a higher score before applying! If you are interested in GMAT support, let me know.

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New post 15 May 2016, 21:50
Hi Mostafa,

Especially for a finance program, which requires a heavy Quant focus, a GMAT score of 500 could really bring down your chances. What was your Quant/Verbal split? I'd suggest at least gunning for a great Quant score.
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