looking for MBA school that accepts GMAT score of 610 for spring intake


keertana

Hi,
My brother has secured 610 in GMAT and has has 7years if experience in IT field. He is working in Infosys and is current in new York. He has 80% in his undergrad and 75% in schooling (ICSE).He is looking for MBA schools that accept his score and profile for this spring.

Hi,
My brother has secured 610 in GMAT and has has 7years if experience in IT field. He is working in Infosys and is current in new York. He has 80% in his undergrad and 75% in schooling (ICSE).He is looking for MBA schools that accept his score and profile for this spring.
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Duncan

Wow, that is hard. Not many schools start in the spring. There's a good list of top schools' starting times at Which schools start when http://www.find-mba.com/board/41131 but with his GMAT score he will struggle. Most of the schools that start in the Spring are outside the US, like EDHEC and the Australian schools.

Wow, that is hard. Not many schools start in the spring. There's a good list of top schools' starting times at Which schools start when http://www.find-mba.com/board/41131 but with his GMAT score he will struggle. Most of the schools that start in the Spring are outside the US, like EDHEC and the Australian schools.
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Razors Edg...

I can't think of a single school offering a traditional, full-time MBA program starting in January in the US at which somebody with a 610 GMAT score would be competitive.. Columbia has its J-term start, but there's no way he's getting in with that GMAT score.

Your only real option is to look into flexible, regionally-facing MBA programs that target working professionals. These are not for everyone, especially if you need a student visa, but you can often load up on classes and finish relatively quickly, so there's that. And many have several different start points throughout the year.

Something like CSU Northridge, for example, might work. UMass Amherst's part-time/online program or Ohio University's Professional MBA program, as well. You'd have to do some research yourself, depending on where you would want to be and what you're looking for.

I can't think of a single school offering a traditional, full-time MBA program starting in January in the US at which somebody with a 610 GMAT score would be competitive.. Columbia has its J-term start, but there's no way he's getting in with that GMAT score.

Your only real option is to look into flexible, regionally-facing MBA programs that target working professionals. These are not for everyone, especially if you need a student visa, but you can often load up on classes and finish relatively quickly, so there's that. And many have several different start points throughout the year.

Something like CSU Northridge, for example, might work. UMass Amherst's part-time/online program or Ohio University's Professional MBA program, as well. You'd have to do some research yourself, depending on where you would want to be and what you're looking for.
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I agree with you..

I agree with you..
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