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New post 16 Dec 2006, 20:21
Any idea on what may be suitable scores to get into a part time MBA program for the following schools?
Kellogg
University of Chicago
Krannert - Purdue
UW Madison
Ohio State Fisher
UIUC
University of Iowa - Tippie
Kelley school of Business

I am in Chicago and can only attempt for schools that have a weekend program and are within driving distance.
Thanks.

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New post 17 Dec 2006, 04:50
Check the schools' websites. Based on my research, anything over a 600 should put you in the ballpark for a lower ranked (#5~#15) PT program. Some schools like Stern, Haas, and Kellogg still want a 650+. Generally speaking, part-time admissions aren't as competitve.

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New post 17 Dec 2006, 22:17
Go to http://www.businessweek.com. They post those stats.

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