Profile Review - What schools would you recommend?


lich51644
Some info about me:

I'm currently 23 but I'll be applying when I'm 25.
International student from Hong Kong
Studied business IT at LSU for 4 years.
GPA 2.95
A few extra circulars and volunteer experience.
Currently pursuing post-grad diploma in marketing.
2 years of work experience
Haven't taken GMAT/GRE yet.

Obviously, top schools are out of the question. I was considering SDSU, but even that may be a reach. What schools do I have a good chance of getting in to?
Some info about me:

I'm currently 23 but I'll be applying when I'm 25.
International student from Hong Kong
Studied business IT at LSU for 4 years.
GPA 2.95
A few extra circulars and volunteer experience.
Currently pursuing post-grad diploma in marketing.
2 years of work experience
Haven't taken GMAT/GRE yet.

Obviously, top schools are out of the question. I was considering SDSU, but even that may be a reach. What schools do I have a good chance of getting in to?
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Ayon
What are you career goals? What GMAT score are you getting in practice?
you have bachelors from LSU, now pursuing post-grad in marketing and want to do MBA afterwards. If your work experience was between your bachelors and your current post-grad program, then what triggered your need for another master in the middle of your current masters?

[Edited by Ayon on Sep 24, 2019]

What are you career goals? What GMAT score are you getting in practice?
you have bachelors from LSU, now pursuing post-grad in marketing and want to do MBA afterwards. If your work experience was between your bachelors and your current post-grad program, then what triggered your need for another master in the middle of your current masters?
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Larry
To get into most MBA programs, you'd need a stellar GMAT score to help offset your (relatively) poor GPA and your low work experience.

I'd suggest either waiting 1-2 years and growing your career / preparing for the GMAT, and then applying for an MBA. Otherwise, focus your energy now into getting an incredible GMAT score and then apply to early-career master's programs instead.
To get into most MBA programs, you'd need a stellar GMAT score to help offset your (relatively) poor GPA and your low work experience.

I'd suggest either waiting 1-2 years and growing your career / preparing for the GMAT, and then applying for an MBA. Otherwise, focus your energy now into getting an incredible GMAT score and then apply to early-career master's programs instead.
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