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what is the easiest mba program to get into with a low gpa. it has to be in California due to costs.

what is the easiest mba program to get into with a low gpa. it has to be in California due to costs.
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Duncan

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Usually, non-ranked MBA programs will be relatively less competitive than ranked programs.

How low is your GPA? If it's low, you should try to have something else about your application that's "better" in order to offset your academic performance. A high GMAT score goes a long way.

Budget MBA programs in California you might look at include:

The southland CSU school programs (Fullerton, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Bernardino)
SDSU
Pepperdine's one-year MBA option might be something to consider if you have the appropriate background.

Usually, non-ranked MBA programs will be relatively less competitive than ranked programs.

How low is your GPA? If it's low, you should try to have something else about your application that's "better" in order to offset your academic performance. A high GMAT score goes a long way.

Budget MBA programs in California you might look at include:

The southland CSU school programs (Fullerton, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Bernardino)
SDSU
Pepperdine's one-year MBA option might be something to consider if you have the appropriate background.
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