GRE Score ACCEPTANCE


Hello all,

I have constantly been thinking about the gre acceptance in UK & European B schools,

My background is Agriculture and had a nervous about taking GMAT due to its examination pattern.

First attempt - GRE - 313

Second attempt - GRE - 325

Is there any possibility to get the Admit in LBS/ University of OXFORD-SAID/ University of CAMBRIDGE /HEC PARIS/ Rotterdam School of Management or other good B schools?

Is there any possibility to get a loan or scholarship with a GRE score?


Kindly let me know whether I need to make another attempt in GRE and give your suggestion to get the admission in above B schools.

Hello all,

I have constantly been thinking about the gre acceptance in UK & European B schools,

My background is Agriculture and had a nervous about taking GMAT due to its examination pattern.

First attempt - GRE - 313

Second attempt - GRE - 325

Is there any possibility to get the Admit in LBS/ University of OXFORD-SAID/ University of CAMBRIDGE /HEC PARIS/ Rotterdam School of Management or other good B schools?

Is there any possibility to get a loan or scholarship with a GRE score?



Kindly let me know whether I need to make another attempt in GRE and give your suggestion to get the admission in above B schools.
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mba hipste...

I think you are probably below average for the schools that you are looking at. A school like RSM, maybe. 

My sense is that scholarships would probably be less likely at the higher tier of school, all other things considered. Is there anything about your background that might otherwise help set you apart from other applicants? 

But a bit more important than the overall score would be the breakdown between the verbal and quant scores. If they're relatively balanced, that sends a better sign than a score where one is much higher than the other. 

I think you are probably below average for the schools that you are looking at. A school like RSM, maybe.&nbsp;<br><br>My sense is that scholarships would probably be less likely at the higher tier of school, all other things considered. Is there anything about your background that might otherwise help set you apart from other applicants?&nbsp;<br><br>But a bit more important than the overall score would be the breakdown between the verbal and quant scores. If they're relatively balanced, that sends a better sign than a score where one is much higher than the other.&nbsp;
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