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New post 17 Jan 2018, 16:57
Curious to hear thoughts...

Is a 660 score (43Q 38V 7IR - I believe is the breakout) at all competitive with a 3.4 GPA in Finance from a SUNY school? I am also interested in studying for and earning the CMA certification prior to when I would apply, which I think MIGHT help balance out the lower quant score - I just really do not want to sit again for the test (would be my third attempt) if I am able to get in after focusing on other certifications and extra-curricular activities. I was originally thinking Tepper but my quant score is astoundingly low to ever seriously consider.

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New post 17 Jan 2018, 19:21
I got somebody into Kellogg part-time with a 620 and also Booth with about the same. The standards for part-time programs are vastly different from those of full-time programs. So your score is actually not terrible at all and you should apply wherever you want. If you would like to shore up your Quant I would definitely recommend that you do MBA math. Especially if you don't have any solid grades in quant related classes. it's like a 20 hour program thats self-paced and they take it as proof that you can keep up.

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