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Status: MS International Business Graduate
Joined: 19 Feb 2014
Posts: 5
Location: India
Concentration: General Management, Finance
GMAT Date: 08-08-2014
GRE 1: 291 Q148 V143
GPA: 3.77
WE: Business Development (Real Estate)
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I gave my GRE exam in Oct 2013 and scored 291: Q148, V143
I am aware that its not that good of a score but I still want to consider MBA program abroad (most probably in US or Canada).
I have already completed my MS in International Business from Liverpool John Moores University and have 3+ years of work experience in Business Development in the field of Real Estate. Besides that I am also under preparations for my CFA Level 1 exam which I will be appearing for in Dec 2014.
I appeared for GMAT exam recently and scored a bare minimum (not worth disclosing, I feel ashamed). I am not happy about it because I was scoring 650-680 range on my practice tests.

I am desperate for an MBA. Please suggest as to what universities can I possibly get into on the basis of GRE and what will be the prospects if I consider those universities. What are my chances of getting in for an MBA into a decent university? :!: :?: :idea:

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Abhishek Agarwal

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New post 03 Sep 2014, 04:36
Hi Abhishek,

A GMAT conversion of your GRE still predicts a rather low GMAT score. Would suggest that you retake the test - a better score will improve the ranking of the b-schools where you will be competitive.

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