GMAT HELP


mike.jr

Dear All,

please i need a help ,i want to join any good university in Canada for MBA ,i found that most schools looking for high GMAT scores .. i got 460 and in ILTES 8.0 and i have 1 year experience ... any good university's i could join in Canada please?

Regards,
Mike J.R

Dear All,

please i need a help ,i want to join any good university in Canada for MBA ,i found that most schools looking for high GMAT scores .. i got 460 and in ILTES 8.0 and i have 1 year experience ... any good university's i could join in Canada please?

Regards,
Mike J.R
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Duncan

You score an 8 and you don't know the plural of university?

Try http://mashable.com/2011/11/24/google-search-infographic/

You score an 8 and you don't know the plural of university?

Try http://mashable.com/2011/11/24/google-search-infographic/
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Razors Edg...

i want to join any good university in Canada for MBA

No, there's not a single "good university" where a 460 GMAT score would be competitive.

Many accredited MBA programs in Canada, even unranked ones like Brock and Sobey, actually require at least a 550 GMAT score. And to be competitive even at the lowest rung of accredited business schools, at Asper for instance, you are going to want to score 600.

But your GMAT score isn't your biggest problem. Even to apply at Ryerson, you're going to need at least two years of work experience.

So here's my advice to you: if you really want to do your MBA in Canada, take another couple years to work and really focus on improving your GMAT score.

<blockquote>i want to join any good university in Canada for MBA</blockquote>
No, there's not a single "good university" where a 460 GMAT score would be competitive.

Many accredited MBA programs in Canada, even unranked ones like Brock and Sobey, actually require at least a 550 GMAT score. And to be competitive even at the lowest rung of accredited business schools, at Asper for instance, you are going to want to score 600.

But your GMAT score isn't your biggest problem. Even to apply at Ryerson, you're going to need at least two years of work experience.

So here's my advice to you: if you really want to do your MBA in Canada, take another couple years to work and really focus on improving your GMAT score.
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