US MBA for 660 GMAT


QuangLe
Hello friends. I am from a country in Asia. I am going to go do my MBA in the USA next year, preferably in California, Florida, or Texas.

I got a 660 on the GMAT. These are the schools I am considering:

Pepperdine University
University of Florida
SDSU
Texas A&M Mays
SMU Cox

Please suggest other ones. I have 3 years of work experience. Any advice is appreciated. One question I have is do I need to take the TOEFL if I have already given GMAT.
Hello friends. I am from a country in Asia. I am going to go do my MBA in the USA next year, preferably in California, Florida, or Texas.

I got a 660 on the GMAT. These are the schools I am considering:

Pepperdine University
University of Florida
SDSU
Texas A&M Mays
SMU Cox

Please suggest other ones. I have 3 years of work experience. Any advice is appreciated. One question I have is do I need to take the TOEFL if I have already given GMAT.
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Duncan
Take a look at GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082
Take a look at GMAT Tiers - strong schools for your GMAT www.find-mba.com/board/27082
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yes, you still need TOEFEL. But check with the schools, as they may require a different exam.
yes, you still need TOEFEL. But check with the schools, as they may require a different exam.
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QuangLe
Thank you both for your replies. Yes, the GMAT tiers post is where I found the schools that I listed above. Does anybody else have other suggestions?
Thank you both for your replies. Yes, the GMAT tiers post is where I found the schools that I listed above. Does anybody else have other suggestions?
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Duncan
Also try:-
How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065

From your list, the Texan schools look stronger.
Also try:-
How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
Shortcut to find the best US MBA www.find-mba.com/board/36065

From your list, the Texan schools look stronger.
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QuangLe
Thanks again, Duncan, your advice + other posts have been very helpful to me.
Thanks again, Duncan, your advice + other posts have been very helpful to me.
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mba hipste...
Thank you both for your replies. Yes, the GMAT tiers post is where I found the schools that I listed above. Does anybody else have other suggestions?

I'd suggest you narrow your options by geography and career goals. Being in Texas is going to be a much different experience than being in Southern California, and each will have its own possibilities for post-MBA jobs. Depends on what industry/functional area you're looking at as well.
[quote]Thank you both for your replies. Yes, the GMAT tiers post is where I found the schools that I listed above. Does anybody else have other suggestions? [/quote]
I'd suggest you narrow your options by geography and career goals. Being in Texas is going to be a much different experience than being in Southern California, and each will have its own possibilities for post-MBA jobs. Depends on what industry/functional area you're looking at as well.
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