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NYC MBA SCHOOLS - recent college grad need advice

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New post 19 Apr 2016, 17:14
Need some advice on applying to MBA programs

Im graduating with 2.9 gpa bachelor degree in sociology end of may and been working for ecommerce business/social media manager for 4 years.
Just talked to a business advisor at my college who said i should wait and work fulltime for another business for 2 years then i should apply for MBA programs.

Do you agree, should i wait ? Or should i start applying now?
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With regards to GMAT - I'd take it now before you graduate just because it's much more difficult to set aside time to study/prep while you have a full-time job.

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New post 20 Apr 2016, 05:49
imirza wrote:
Need some advice on applying to MBA programs

Im graduating with 2.9 gpa bachelor degree in sociology end of may and been working for ecommerce business/social media manager for 4 years.
Just talked to a business advisor at my college who said i should wait and work fulltime for another business for 2 years then i should apply for MBA programs.

Do you agree, should i wait ? Or should i start applying now?

Should i take the GMAT as well? all though i don't want to take it, but if it recommended then i guess i should.

-Any advice will be helpful :)


Please do some research. No reputable MBA program will accept you without a minimum of 2 years full time work experience. Ideally, you should have minimum of 3 years at matriculation.

You don't want to take the GMAT? Where are you planning on applying? Please do research before posting. You can't just walk into an MBA program directly out of undergrad without meeting any of the requirements.

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