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Looking to go to Schulich...Whatre my chances?

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Hi There!

So I am looking into getting into Schulich for the part time MBA program. I graduated from my undergrad in 2016 from Ryerson University. At the moment I am working at one of the big five banks as a Business Analyst. Although I am in a new grad position, I am looking into starting my MBA ASAP. I haven't done my GMAT yet, Does Schulich ever exempt GMAT?... My undergrad GPA wasnt the greatest, would that be an issue? If I score high in GMAT do I have a chance of getting in? Please let me know!

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Hey anumsyed2

Welcome to GMATClub.

A good GMAT is always enough to offset a bad CGPA in the undergrad. So I have no doubt that is will be equally helpful to offset whatever low GPA you may have had.

Also, I would recommend you to write to the Adcom to discuss your particular case. But from what I have heard, it is MANDATORY to have a GMAT/GRE score. So, if you want an exemption - you could look at a GRE.

Hope that helps you.
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Thanks for the reply. What is GRE? and since I only have a maximum of 2 years working experience, would Schulich require more working experience?
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I think you are good with 2 years of experience, although, it is very close to the minimum number of years of experience that Schulich needs from a candidate applying for their program.

GRE stands for graduate record examinations(and is conducted by ETS). It is another standardised exam such as the GMAT, which is increasingly being used by candidates to apply to business schools.
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Thank you for you help!
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