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I had a lot of back logs(10) when i did my engineering at PSG tech. my CGPA is also low 6.35
i got an ok GMAT score (660 v47 q34) and 3 years of work experience. what are my chances of getting into a decent US university to do my MBA?

I wanted to research on my own but i didn't know how to find universities that would accept me. so i caved and just went to a consultancy (Edwise).
these are the universities they said i could apply to:

city university Seattle

Golden gate university 

Florida institute of technology

New York institute of technology

George mason university

john whales university

texas a&m kingsville

Rochester institute of tech

California state university- Fresno

are any of these good for an MBA? or are these just a bunch of universities that the consultancy has ties with.
I had a lot of back logs(10) when i did my engineering at PSG tech. my CGPA is also low 6.35
i got an ok GMAT score (660 v47 q34) and 3 years of work experience. what are my chances of getting into a decent US university to do my MBA?

I wanted to research on my own but i didn't know how to find universities that would accept me. so i caved and just went to a consultancy (Edwise).
these are the universities they said i could apply to:

city university Seattle

Golden gate university 

Florida institute of technology

New York institute of technology

George mason university

john whales university

texas a&m kingsville

Rochester institute of tech

California state university- Fresno

are any of these good for an MBA? or are these just a bunch of universities that the consultancy has ties with.
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Duncan
I guess you mean Johnson & Wales University.

Indeed, these look like a list of schools that are paying your consultant. They have little in common with each other.

Is it really the case that your verbal is higher than your quant score? That would make you very interesting to US schools which have lots of Indian applicants with 660 or higher, but who lack the verbal acquity to contribute cnfidently and frequently in class.

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

Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

Is there an efficient frontier in MBA selection? http://bit.ly/MBAfro
I guess you mean Johnson & Wales University.

Indeed, these look like a list of schools that are paying your consultant. They have little in common with each other.

Is it really the case that your verbal is higher than your quant score? That would make you very interesting to US schools which have lots of Indian applicants with 660 or higher, but who lack the verbal acquity to contribute cnfidently and frequently in class.

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

Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143

Is there an efficient frontier in MBA selection? http://bit.ly/MBAfro
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Thanks for the response.

ya. sorry i mixed up the scores (q47 v34).

This website is not working.
http://business-schools.startclass.com/

could you suggest some decent universities that have a good chance of getting into??
Thanks for the response.

ya. sorry i mixed up the scores (q47 v34).

This website is not working.
http://business-schools.startclass.com/

could you suggest some decent universities that have a good chance of getting into??



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Duncan
Pity.

Yes, I mention in the note at the top of that post that you should use https://find-mba.com/search instead.

The top ten schools here seem like good initial schools to contact:
https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=15&spec=&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;48&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;660&averageWorkExperience=0;3

I think these are the schools where you might be more valued:
https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=15&spec=&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;48&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;598&averageWorkExperience=0;3
Pity.

Yes, I mention in the note at the top of that post that you should use https://find-mba.com/search instead.

The top ten schools here seem like good initial schools to contact:
https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=15&spec=&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;48&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;660&averageWorkExperience=0;3

I think these are the schools where you might be more valued:
https://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=15&spec=&language=&program=&intake=&tuition=0;150000&duration=6;48&accredition=true&averageGmat=400;598&averageWorkExperience=0;3
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Certain universities are asking for a minimum of 3.0 gpa. my cgpa is 6.35. am i eligible??
Certain universities are asking for a minimum of 3.0 gpa. my cgpa is 6.35. am i eligible??
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Duncan
If that is above the average GPA at your school, yes. 3.0 is the average GPA.
If that is above the average GPA at your school, yes. 3.0 is the average GPA.
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