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I don' tknow much at all about these two program. I can tell you that for Loyola your GMAT is actually high. For Depaul it is stricly average, but it alone certainly would not keep you out. I am concerned that your lack of work experience might be a more significant obstacle than your GMAT. In any case, if these are the two schools you are aiming for, I don't think you need to retake the GMAT.

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