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Hello and happy new year for every body.

I live at Montreal and I intend to apply in March 2013 for MBA at the Desautels of McGill as plan A and HEC Montreal as plan B ,my plan C is to apply for Concordia University in June 2013 , All of them to start Fall Semester 2013 .I have a university GPA of 2.8 in addition to an approximate working experience f 7 years 1.5 of which as a pharmacist and the rest in a multinational pharmaceutical company as a sales rep then in Training and Development as well as several career - related certifications and workshops I took as a part of my job.Knowing that I scheduled my GMAT to be on the 3rd of Feb.2013,how do you see my opportunities for these schools ??and what is the minimum GMAT score I need to achieve?

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07 Jan 2013, 17:17
There are no hard rules for GMAT, as it's just a portion of the equation, but in general, you need to be coming in at least within the 80% range for admitted students. This statistic is pretty easy to get for most schools. Of course it's even better if you have a score which is at or above the average score for admitted students. In your case, your GPA will be pretty significantly below the average for these schools, so the GMAT will go a long way in demonstrating aptitude and also putting the adcom's concerns to rest about your ability to handle the program.
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Kudos [?]: 99 [0], given: 181

GMAT 1: 540 Q36 V28
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GMAT 3: 620 Q42 V33
GPA: 2.82
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08 Jan 2013, 10:03
bryantmichaels wrote:
There are no hard rules for GMAT, as it's just a portion of the equation, but in general, you need to be coming in at least within the 80% range for admitted students. This statistic is pretty easy to get for most schools. Of course it's even better if you have a score which is at or above the average score for admitted students. In your case, your GPA will be pretty significantly below the average for these schools, so the GMAT will go a long way in demonstrating aptitude and also putting the adcom's concerns to rest about your ability to handle the program.

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