MBA help


Leon Jay

Hey guys,
So I live in NJ and I have a bachelor's in Biotechnology. I am currently working as a lab tech through a contractor at J&J. I don't want to stay in this job forever. I want to better myself financially and grow and I was wondering would it be a good idea to pursue an MBA? I have no GRE/GMAT attempts and my GPA from my BS is lower than a 3.0. I was looking into applying to Rutgers. Is this possible? Any type of advice or direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Hey guys,
So I live in NJ and I have a bachelor's in Biotechnology. I am currently working as a lab tech through a contractor at J&J. I don't want to stay in this job forever. I want to better myself financially and grow and I was wondering would it be a good idea to pursue an MBA? I have no GRE/GMAT attempts and my GPA from my BS is lower than a 3.0. I was looking into applying to Rutgers. Is this possible? Any type of advice or direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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How much work experience do you have?

Average work experience in the Rutgers MBA tends to be between 4-5 years. Average GMAT score is 640-650.

Since your GPA is lower (how low) you want to be able to compensate for that with either more (or more substantial) work experience than the average, and/or a stronger GMAT score than the average. In particular, a stronger-than-average GMAT score would signal to the ad comms at Rutgers that although you did rather poorly during undergraduate, you now have the capacity to undertake academic work at a high level.

How much work experience do you have?

Average work experience in the Rutgers MBA tends to be between 4-5 years. Average GMAT score is 640-650.

Since your GPA is lower (how low) you want to be able to compensate for that with either more (or more substantial) work experience than the average, and/or a stronger GMAT score than the average. In particular, a stronger-than-average GMAT score would signal to the ad comms at Rutgers that although you did rather poorly during undergraduate, you now have the capacity to undertake academic work at a high level.
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