Need MBA recommendations for 670 GMAT score


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I took the GMAT a few weeks ago, and I scored 670. What are some MBA programs that would accept me with this kind of score? I am from Morocco but I am interested in studying internationally for a couple of years, in either the U.S., Canada, or Australia. I have 7 years of work experience in sales.

I took the GMAT a few weeks ago, and I scored 670. What are some MBA programs that would accept me with this kind of score? I am from Morocco but I am interested in studying internationally for a couple of years, in either the U.S., Canada, or Australia. I have 7 years of work experience in sales.
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Duncan

Congratulations! That's a great score. There are not many people from North Africa applying to top schools, si I think you have a good chance.

Take a look at these posts:
GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082

How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065

Congratulations! That's a great score. There are not many people from North Africa applying to top schools, si I think you have a good chance.

Take a look at these posts:
GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082

How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571

Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065
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Razors Edg...

You might want to narrow down your search by country first. Do you want to end up working in the place you study, or will you be going back to your home country after graduation? A couple of schools you can start researching:

US
Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher

Canada
Toronto - Rotman
York - Schulich
(I am partial to Toronto, but there are cities you can look at too.)

And I don't know enough about the business schools in Australia to comment, maybe somebody else can help.

Good luck!

You might want to narrow down your search by country first. Do you want to end up working in the place you study, or will you be going back to your home country after graduation? A couple of schools you can start researching:

US
Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher

Canada
Toronto - Rotman
York - Schulich
(I am partial to Toronto, but there are cities you can look at too.)

And I don't know enough about the business schools in Australia to comment, maybe somebody else can help.

Good luck!
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aaaajjjj


Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher

Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.

<blockquote>
Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher</blockquote>
Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.
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ezra


Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher

Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.

Depending on how much work experience you have, you might be able to pull off Washington Foster - a good number of grads from its MBA program go into IT management roles.

Otherwise, you should think about trying to get your GMAT score a bit higher. The typical IT management schools - Carnegie Mellon, MIT Sloan, even Boston University - are a bit out of your GMAT range.

<blockquote><blockquote>
Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher</blockquote>
Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.</blockquote>
Depending on how much work experience you have, you might be able to pull off Washington Foster - a good number of grads from its MBA program go into IT management roles.

Otherwise, you should think about trying to get your GMAT score a bit higher. The typical IT management schools - Carnegie Mellon, MIT Sloan, even Boston University - are a bit out of your GMAT range.
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badux


Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher

Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.

Obviously Indiana is better. It's ranked much higher in the Financial Times and Business Week and has better salaries.

<blockquote><blockquote>
Indiana - Kelley
Maryland - Smith
Ohio - Fisher</blockquote>
Even I scored 670 on the GMAT. I am interested in Kelley and Ohio, which one of these is better? Do you have other suggestions for US schools for 670 GMAT? I am interested in information technology.</blockquote>
Obviously Indiana is better. It's ranked much higher in the Financial Times and Business Week and has better salaries.
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