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Hi,

I am a software professional and am planning to go for part time MBA program. I have done MS in computers from US university and have 4 yrs of work experience. I am now settled in San Diego and am looking to start my parttime MBA. I haven't taken GMAT yet. I have 3.3 GPA in my MS(graduate).

I am looking for MBA schools in/around San Diego, CA with:
1. Decent school
2. Less expensive(If anyone know how much it costs for SDSU and UCSD, please give a figure, doen't need to be accurate)
3. Also please tell me the GMAT requirements and any possibility of financial assistantship.

I apprecuate any info in this regard.

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