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New post 05 Mar 2007, 16:33
jyotsnasarabu wrote:
Paul,

Don't intend to bother you. But, on a serious note, will i stand a chance at baylor for my score and work exp.

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jyotsna


Jyotsna,

Baylor's middle 80% GMAT score range is 530-690 so you are in the lower end of their most-likely range. Their median age is 25 years old and their median months of work experience is 24, so you are Ok there.

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New post 07 Mar 2007, 14:39
Paul,

I still have a couple of doubts more.

What would your take be on University of Albany and Virginia common wealth university?

Both these univ's have MBA in HRM.

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jyotsnasarabu wrote:
Paul,

I still have a couple of doubts more.

What would your take be on University of Albany and Virginia common wealth university?

Both these univ's have MBA in HRM.

jyotsna


Jyotsna,

I don't really have an opinion on either of them and feel as though I've already been very generous with my time for you.

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M sorry about bothering you like this paul........................

You've been extremely patient.

Thanks very much indeed.

sincerely,
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jyotsnasarabu wrote:
M sorry about bothering you like this paul........................

You've been extremely patient.

Thanks very much indeed.

sincerely,
jyotsna


No problem -- good luck.

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