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Hi,

I have scored 620 in GMAT. I already have Engineering and MBA degree and 5 + years of experience in top MNCs post my MBA. My experience is more related to market research, analysis, training and management.
I am targeting colleges like Smeal (Penn State), Tippie (University of Iowa), Eller, Terry etc

Just want to know if I really have a chance

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New post 13 Apr 2014, 08:21
Difficult to say. It is the classic quastion of 1 million dollars.

For sure the experiences are good but the gmat is low. moreover, it depends on the entire package: CV, essay, gmat score and so on.......

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Paramita,

I will strongly dissuade you from applying. Your score is well below the average. Its true that the adcom consider a host of factors whilst deciding a candidate's suitability but this is provided you have made past the cut off. You can research for the GMAT cut off of schools from the respective websites. Its ok to be optimistic if you are a bit short but the schools you mentioned will have cut offs in excess of 700.

However, the decision is entirely yours as you do also get a valuable insight into the admission process by applying.



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New post 21 May 2014, 10:07
argha wrote:
Paramita,

I will strongly dissuade you from applying. Your score is well below the average. Its true that the adcom consider a host of factors whilst deciding a candidate's suitability but this is provided you have made past the cut off. You can research for the GMAT cut off of schools from the respective websites. Its ok to be optimistic if you are a bit short but the schools you mentioned will have cut offs in excess of 700.

However, the decision is entirely yours as you do also get a valuable insight into the admission process by applying.



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I think you need to consider some relatively low ranked universities to apply. You can keep 1 or 2 high profile universities in the list. As your GMAT score is low, the chances are less that you will have admission to one of those mentioned univerisities.

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