Low GMAT score,admission in canada


Anm14

Hi,
I wrote my GMAT this month and scored only 600 v28 q45 awa 4. I have a total work experience of 2.5 years as a marketing manager.
I am planning to apply in Concordia university, SFU (beedie school), Ryerson university ( Ted Roger's) and Carleton (sprott school).
Do I have any chance of getting accepted into these universities?
Education
PGDM in marketing 69.7%
B.tech biotechnology 76.8%

Hi,
I wrote my GMAT this month and scored only 600 v28 q45 awa 4. I have a total work experience of 2.5 years as a marketing manager.
I am planning to apply in Concordia university, SFU (beedie school), Ryerson university ( Ted Roger's) and Carleton (sprott school).
Do I have any chance of getting accepted into these universities?
Education
PGDM in marketing 69.7%
B.tech biotechnology 76.8%
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maury

I'd say that with that GMAT score and the fact that it's rather imbalanced,

The average GMAT at Concordia and Ryerson is generally in the 620+ range. While that doesn't sound like a huge difference from where you're at, there are a lot of similar applicants to you who apply with stronger GMAT scores and/or stronger work experience.

Getting your Verbal on the GMAT up to a level where it's closer to the quant would help you quite a bit.

I'd say that with that GMAT score and the fact that it's rather imbalanced,

The average GMAT at Concordia and Ryerson is generally in the 620+ range. While that doesn't sound like a huge difference from where you're at, there are a lot of similar applicants to you who apply with stronger GMAT scores and/or stronger work experience.

Getting your Verbal on the GMAT up to a level where it's closer to the quant would help you quite a bit.
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