MBA from Glasgow - Bath - Liverpool?


Su Ke

Hello!
I happen to have 10 years of work experience and wish to pursue MBA from September 2021 in the UK. I do not have gmat/ gre score.
Post MBA, wish to follow career in consulting services preferably in healthcare.
My queries -
- Currently have admission offers from University of Glasgow - Bath - Liverpool. For this path, which of the university to choose?
- Which unis might be better than these for the above path? I have applied at few more but waiting for an answer. In the meanwhile, I have to reply to one of the 3 unis to secure a place.

Thank you in advance!

Best
Su

Hello!
I happen to have 10 years of work experience and wish to pursue MBA from September 2021 in the UK. I do not have gmat/ gre score.
Post MBA, wish to follow career in consulting services preferably in healthcare.
My queries -
- Currently have admission offers from University of Glasgow - Bath - Liverpool. For this path, which of the university to choose?
- Which unis might be better than these for the above path? I have applied at few more but waiting for an answer. In the meanwhile, I have to reply to one of the 3 unis to secure a place.

Thank you in advance!

Best
Su
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Duncan

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571 and https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542 

Take a look at How to use LinkedIn to find the best school&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/33571 and https://find-mba.com/board/gmat/why-you-should-take-the-gmat-33542&nbsp;<div><br></div>
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Su Ke

Thank you for your reply Duncan. Your GMAT write-up and GMAT prep story - both are inspiring. 640 is a great score!! And that has put me in thoughts again - to take GMAT.

Just thinking out loud - My situation is - I understand the importance of GMAT score more than ever with your thoughts. However in order to pursue MBA, I have quit my job. If I start GMAT preparation now (I am an average Math student - did Math last when I was 16 - today I am 33) 

Assume if I prepare for 2 months - take exam by 1st/ 2nd week of August, I shall miss Sept 2021 intake and comparatively fewer schools have January intakes. That takes me to Sept 2022 intake. This can be a great compromise in regards with time (in terms of prep and not working) and money (in terms of not earning) both. Quite a gamble! 

Any thoughts? 

Best
Su

[Edited by Su Ke on May 20, 2021]

Thank you for your reply Duncan. Your GMAT write-up and GMAT prep story - both are inspiring. 640 is a great score!! And that has put me in thoughts again - to take GMAT.<br><br>Just thinking out loud - My situation is - I understand the importance of GMAT score more than ever with your thoughts. However in order to pursue MBA, I have quit my job. If I start GMAT preparation now (I am an average Math student - did Math last when I was 16 - today I am 33)&nbsp;<br><br>Assume if I prepare for 2 months - take exam by 1st/ 2nd week of August, I shall miss Sept 2021 intake and comparatively fewer schools have January intakes. That takes me to Sept 2022 intake. This can be a great compromise in regards with time (in terms of prep and not working) and money (in terms of not earning) both. Quite a gamble!&nbsp;<br><br>Any thoughts?&nbsp;<br><br>Best<br>Su
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Duncan

Most people study for 50 or fewer hours. You are 33, not 23, so schools will not expect you to have a 700 score. Work with a coach online for two hours every day and in two weeks you will be able to take the test. 

Most people study for 50 or fewer hours. You are 33, not 23, so schools will not expect you to have a 700 score. Work with a coach online for two hours every day and in two weeks you will be able to take the test.&nbsp;
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