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mba with low % in graduation in canada or eur

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hey there . I have low % in my graduation 52 to be precise . I have decent scores in 10th (79%) and 12th (61%). I have worked 2 years with a small construction company (managerial role ) after this I joined my family business (real estate)and have been making significant developments in it from past 2 years .I took my gmat and scored 520 which I can pull upto 600+. now coming to the query do I have any options for mba in canada or Europe with this profile splly with the bad grad performance. am I eligible for any good/ decent university which has good ROI and job prospects , with this profile , I feel completely host. any suggestion / information would be highly appreciated . basically i will retake the gmat if its not for a lost cause . thanks
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Hey there,

Come up with a short list of schools you would like to apply to and take a look at the average GMAT score of their incoming class, which will be a good indicator of whether you should retake your GMAT. Since your performance in school could be below average for some schools, you should shoot for an above average GMAT for certain schools to make up for it. Keep in mind that international opportunities for schools in Canada or Europe after school are more limited than those for schools in the US have to offer. If you're intending to stay in Canada or Europe after school, then do some research for schools in the top 10-20 assuming you can get 600+ on the GMAT. Hope this helps and good luck!
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