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Mspice
What schools should I be looking into with 3.1 gpa undergrad (int.bus) and 4 years in commercial banking? I am taking the gmat in dec. Any advice on what kind of score I should shoot for to get into a decent program? Thanks!
What schools should I be looking into with 3.1 gpa undergrad (int.bus) and 4 years in commercial banking? I am taking the gmat in dec. Any advice on what kind of score I should shoot for to get into a decent program? Thanks!
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saroo
No advice can be given if you don't did GMAT. wht GMAT numbers you are expected. what is your gool. why u want to did mBA.
No advice can be given if you don't did GMAT. wht GMAT numbers you are expected. what is your gool. why u want to did mBA.
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Mspice
Gmat goals are 680-700. I would like to pursue an mba to get into the consulting industry. I understand moving from banking to consulting would be a difficult thing to do. But I'm looking to concentrate in Mgmt or finance to really give me that edge.
Gmat goals are 680-700. I would like to pursue an mba to get into the consulting industry. I understand moving from banking to consulting would be a difficult thing to do. But I'm looking to concentrate in Mgmt or finance to really give me that edge.
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saroo
to my knowledge there are three best mba colleges in new York city 1 Colombya 2 New York strun 3 Cornell 4 Simon rochestar

apply to all of above and join the best you can get admiiisson in

if you don't get admission from any of the above colleges than you should think about other cities like bostan or chicaago or los angelas
to my knowledge there are three best mba colleges in new York city 1 Colombya 2 New York strun 3 Cornell 4 Simon rochestar

apply to all of above and join the best you can get admiiisson in

if you don't get admission from any of the above colleges than you should think about other cities like bostan or chicaago or los angelas
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Razors Edg...
1 Colombya 2 New York strun 3 Cornell 4 Simon rochestar

Dude... are you typing with a potato?

To the OP: There are a lot of great MBA programs in the NYC area. Stern and Columbia are reach schools for you, unless you can improve your GMAT score or have something interesting about your profile.

Something like CUNY Zicklin or Fordham might be a more solid fit... And then you might consider Pace Lubin and Tobin as safety schools.
<blockquote>1 Colombya 2 New York strun 3 Cornell 4 Simon rochestar</blockquote>
Dude... are you typing with a potato?

To the OP: There are a lot of great MBA programs in the NYC area. Stern and Columbia are reach schools for you, unless you can improve your GMAT score or have something interesting about your profile.

Something like CUNY Zicklin or Fordham might be a more solid fit... And then you might consider Pace Lubin and Tobin as safety schools.
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Mspice
Thanks for the reply Razors edge. I was for sure thinking Stern for my reach school. And also thinking about fordham, pace and baruch. What do you guys think about Pace Lubin? I was leaning towards pace and fordham. Which schools i better in terms of work placement? Thanks
Thanks for the reply Razors edge. I was for sure thinking Stern for my reach school. And also thinking about fordham, pace and baruch. What do you guys think about Pace Lubin? I was leaning towards pace and fordham. Which schools i better in terms of work placement? Thanks
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mba hipste...
Pace is interesting - it's not ranked anywhere but has strong relationships with some Wall Street firms like Goldman, Ernst, etc. (Although grads obviously don't see the same kinds of salaries as NYU MBAs do...)

Of the schools you are considering, only NYU Stern and Fordham are ranked in BW, and there's a large gap between Stern and Fordham - FYI.
Pace is interesting - it's not ranked anywhere but has strong relationships with some Wall Street firms like Goldman, Ernst, etc. (Although grads obviously don't see the same kinds of salaries as NYU MBAs do...)

Of the schools you are considering, only NYU Stern and Fordham are ranked in BW, and there's a large gap between Stern and Fordham - FYI.
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