Colleges to Apply with GMAT score of 610


I have a GMAT Score of 610 and a TOEFl score of 114. I have started my own company and have 5 years of work experience. What schools should I apply to ,wherein I have a realistic change of admission. I have shortlisted these colleges

Babson College
UC Riverside
Debbie and Jerry Ivy IOWA business School
Rutgers School of Business.

What other schools can I target with my profile. I am looking to apply to the best possible ones with my score.

I have a GMAT Score of 610 and a TOEFl score of 114. I have started my own company and have 5 years of work experience. What schools should I apply to ,wherein I have a realistic change of admission. I have shortlisted these colleges

Babson College
UC Riverside
Debbie and Jerry Ivy IOWA business School
Rutgers School of Business.

What other schools can I target with my profile. I am looking to apply to the best possible ones with my score.
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Duncan

Take a look at  

GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082

Ivy is at Iowa State, not Iowa, but otherwise you should be able to use a search engine to find the average GMAT scores at all those schools. Then assess scores according to your background, as explained in that post. 

Take a look at  
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</div><div>GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT&nbsp;www.find-mba.com/board/27082
</div><div><br>Ivy is at Iowa State, not Iowa, but otherwise you should be able to use a search engine to find the average GMAT scores at all those schools. Then assess scores according to your background, as explained in that post.&nbsp;</div><div>
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MKennedy

Try taking the GRE as well.  Some people score significantly better on the GRE vs GMAT.  It's primarily your comfort level.  

Also, there are many good US programs that don't require the GMAT.  In fact, the trend seems to be that more and more top US schools are accepting applicants without a GMAT/GRE.  

https://fortune.com/education/articles/top-mba-programs-that-dont-require-a-gmat/
https://studyabroad.shiksha.com/business-schools-without-gmat-requirement-articlepage-1211

Try taking the GRE as well.&nbsp; Some people score significantly better on the GRE vs GMAT.&nbsp; It's primarily your comfort level.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>Also, there are many good US programs that don't require the GMAT.&nbsp; In fact, the trend seems to be that more and more top US schools are accepting applicants without a GMAT/GRE.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>https://fortune.com/education/articles/top-mba-programs-that-dont-require-a-gmat/<br>https://studyabroad.shiksha.com/business-schools-without-gmat-requirement-articlepage-1211
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I have a GMAT Score of 610 and a TOEFl score of 114. I have started my own company and have 5 years of work experience. What schools should I apply to ,wherein I have a realistic change of admission. I have shortlisted these colleges



Babson College

UC Riverside

Debbie and Jerry Ivy IOWA business School

Rutgers School of Business.



What other schools can I target with my profile. I am looking to apply to the best possible ones with my score.


When I was applying in early 2022 most business schools were open minded on the score. They looked at it combined with other relevant factors such as experience and future aspirations. Don’t let it stop you applying to your preferred business school.

[Edited by MBA podcaster on Jan 11, 2023]

[quote]I have a GMAT Score of 610 and a TOEFl score of 114. I have started my own company and have 5 years of work experience. What schools should I apply to ,wherein I have a realistic change of admission. I have shortlisted these colleges<br>
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Babson College<br>
UC Riverside<br>
Debbie and Jerry Ivy IOWA business School<br>
Rutgers School of Business.<br>
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What other schools can I target with my profile. I am looking to apply to the best possible ones with my score. [/quote]<br><br>When I was applying in early 2022 most business schools were open minded on the score. They looked at it combined with other relevant factors such as experience and future aspirations. Don’t let it stop you applying to your preferred business school.
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