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My GMAT score is 660 (q:48 v:33)
have master's in biology from virginia tech (myself am an indian)
GPA 3.91
working for a biotech company for 2yrs
* with the above credentials can i considering applying to Rotman's or any other top canadian universities?
Thanks!

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rgupta25 wrote:
My GMAT score is 660 (q:48 v:33)
have master's in biology from virginia tech (myself am an indian)
GPA 3.91
working for a biotech company for 2yrs
* with the above credentials can i considering applying to Rotman's or any other top canadian universities?
Thanks!

I believe you are competitive for any canadian school

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New post 26 Jun 2007, 15:35
Paul wrote:
rgupta25 wrote:
My GMAT score is 660 (q:48 v:33)
have master's in biology from virginia tech (myself am an indian)
GPA 3.91
working for a biotech company for 2yrs
* with the above credentials can i considering applying to Rotman's or any other top canadian universities?
Thanks!

I believe you are competitive for any canadian school


Thanks! i am also considering Fully employed MBA option at UCLA.
can I keep my hopes up for UCLA as well?

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rgupta25 wrote:
Thanks! i am also considering Fully employed MBA option at UCLA.
can I keep my hopes up for UCLA as well?


Your GMAT is on the lower side for UCLA. Their average GMAT score is 707, and the 80% range is 660-750. This places you quite at the bottom of their class composition, when eveluated for the GMAT. The admissions committee would need a really solid reason to admit you - think excellence in other aspects of your profile.

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Oooooooor since your experience is a bit too low anyhow, why not just retake the GMAT and beat a 700?
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