MBA with a Masters degree


parthshah

Hi,
I have a Masters Degree in Biochemistry from University of Bath, London which is amongst one of the best schools for Biology and Biochemistry in the United Kingdom. I gave my GMAT and scored 550. I would like to know which colleges i should apply and will my masters degree help me get in a good college with this score. Also i have 1 year of work experience.

Hi,
I have a Masters Degree in Biochemistry from University of Bath, London which is amongst one of the best schools for Biology and Biochemistry in the United Kingdom. I gave my GMAT and scored 550. I would like to know which colleges i should apply and will my masters degree help me get in a good college with this score. Also i have 1 year of work experience.
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Duncan

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parthshah

I want to know my optiobs in USA. I also got a 5.5 on my AWA.

I want to know my optiobs in USA. I also got a 5.5 on my AWA.
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Duncan

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badux

Most accredited MBA programs will require at least 2-3 years of experience, and 4-5 years to be competitive. If you don't have the 4-5 years, you're going to want to out-score the average GMAT scores at the business schools that you apply to.

For instance, SUNY Buffalo has a relatively low average work experience, at 27 months, but the average GMAT score is around 640. I'd say you should be looking at 700+ to be competitive as a program like this.

Virginia Tech - Pamplin would be another US b-school that recruits younger candidates; it has an average work experience of around 21 months. Average GMAT score there is 626.

Other alternatives would of course include master in management programs, which are aimed at students with little to no work experience.

Most accredited MBA programs will require at least 2-3 years of experience, and 4-5 years to be competitive. If you don't have the 4-5 years, you're going to want to out-score the average GMAT scores at the business schools that you apply to.

For instance, SUNY Buffalo has a relatively low average work experience, at 27 months, but the average GMAT score is around 640. I'd say you should be looking at 700+ to be competitive as a program like this.

Virginia Tech - Pamplin would be another US b-school that recruits younger candidates; it has an average work experience of around 21 months. Average GMAT score there is 626.

Other alternatives would of course include master in management programs, which are aimed at students with little to no work experience.
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