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Hi Guys, I just have a question in regards to the likely hood of getting into a PT program at NYU. I recently took the GMAT and scored a 610, my undegrad GPA is 3.13, I have approx 5 years of work experience and supplemented my low GPA with 2 additional finance courses (which I received A- in both) during my post undergraduate years and passing the CFA level I. I feel that my overall admission essay is good as well. I was wondering if most people think I would likely get in to NYU with this type of GMATscore? I'm concerned since I'm on the lowered end of the 80% range. Can anyone give me inputs, I know admission depends on so many factors, but based off what I've said, if someone can help me evaluate my chances of getting in, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks.
I know..I'm on the low end of the spectrum, I plan on giving the GMAT another shot before I send my application in. Does anyone on this forum know of people w/ low GMAT scores getting into top MBA programs? I can't seem to find a thread here.
I'm a re-applicant for this program, I applied with a 600 GMAT score and got waitlisted until Jan 22nd and then rejected. I just retook the GMAT and scored a 660, hopefully I'll be more competitive for the fall term. My stats: 30 y/o Italian male GMAT 660 TOEFL:118 6yrs Work Experience (finance, 3 of which in london, 3 in NY) Gpa 4.0 from an Italian university study-abroad program in Sweden.
We'll see what happens this time a good luck to everyone else!
Re: NYU PT program
29 Jan 2010, 11:57