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28 Sep 2005, 02:41
I scored 680 on the GMAT. I don't think that will get me into one of the top schools.

I am based in India. Are there any online courses from REPUTED schools in USA or Europe that I can apply ? Financing could be a bit of a problem but I MAY be able to take a loan.

I am interested in Information Mangement and the associate programs.

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29 Sep 2005, 05:29
The jury is still out on whether employers respect these type of courses. My sense is that they don't. A 680 is a very respectable score. You really should look into applying to schools in the 10 - 20 range.
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29 Sep 2005, 07:40
FYI: Per the WSJ article last week (9/21?) the majority of employers do not value the online route.

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