Schools for low score


HH

I am applying to MBA schools in US. I have over 7 years of work ex working for top Software comapnies (Infosys, Wipro and TCS). I was a topper in my undergraduate studies at Delhi University. My GMAT score is just 540. I am planning to apply to

1)State University of New York Binghamton
2)San Francisco State University (SFSU)
3)Fordham Graduate School of Business
4)Tampa, Florida
5)American University, Washington DC
6)Hofstra University, New York

What do you think with respect to getting the admission and finding the job later. If you dont like the list, can you please suggest some other universities?

Thanks a lot in advance :)
Best Regards,
H

I am applying to MBA schools in US. I have over 7 years of work ex working for top Software comapnies (Infosys, Wipro and TCS). I was a topper in my undergraduate studies at Delhi University. My GMAT score is just 540. I am planning to apply to

1)State University of New York Binghamton
2)San Francisco State University (SFSU)
3)Fordham Graduate School of Business
4)Tampa, Florida
5)American University, Washington DC
6)Hofstra University, New York

What do you think with respect to getting the admission and finding the job later. If you dont like the list, can you please suggest some other universities?

Thanks a lot in advance :)
Best Regards,
H
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Frankly, I don't think you will be competitive at Binghamton, Fordham, Kogod, or Hofstra. The others maybe.

The single most helpful thing you could do would be to get your GMAT score over 600, at which point you'd have a lot of good options - which in turn would give you much, much better chances of securing work after graduation. As it stands, look at Hult, or maybe a lower-tier school like Howard.

Frankly, I don't think you will be competitive at Binghamton, Fordham, Kogod, or Hofstra. The others maybe.

The single most helpful thing you could do would be to get your GMAT score over 600, at which point you'd have a lot of good options - which in turn would give you much, much better chances of securing work after graduation. As it stands, look at Hult, or maybe a lower-tier school like Howard.
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