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# WFU Babcock Program Chances

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11 Dec 2005, 19:12
I have not taken the GMAT yet, but have been scoring between 580 - 640 on the Kaplan CAT tests. If I score in this range on the GMAT what do you think my chances are at Wake? Here are some more stats:

College of Charleston
B.S. Business Administration
GPA: 3.3 cumulative; 3.7 major

2 years Construction Accounting Experience

Wake's median score: 630

Thanks

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20 Dec 2005, 20:24
The Dude wrote:
I have not taken the GMAT yet, but have been scoring between 580 - 640 on the Kaplan CAT tests. If I score in this range on the GMAT what do you think my chances are at Wake? Here are some more stats:

College of Charleston
B.S. Business Administration
GPA: 3.3 cumulative; 3.7 major

2 years Construction Accounting Experience

Wake's median score: 630

Thanks

If you score at the higher end of your current range, you will have a competitive profile for Wake. If you score at the lower end of your current GMAT range, you will have a less than competitive profile.

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# WFU Babcock Program Chances

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