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Chances of admissions [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2019, 10:49
I have scored 315 in GRE and have 5 years of work experience.
I request you to please tell me what chances do I have to get into MBA and Ms in SCM programs of top 10 universities of Canada?

Further, request you to please suggest the possible universities & courses?
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Re: Chances of admissions [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2019, 12:11
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315 is a bit on the low end for a very top school so I would do what you can to see if you can improve your score. Rotman is an excellent school and although they do not publish their average GRE score the average GMAT is around 660 so you can use that as a target. Ivey and HEC Montreal are great schools as well that could both be a good fit, but you'd need to take the GMAT since they do not accept the GRE.
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Re: Chances of admissions [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2019, 17:27
I was looking for MS program in supply chain from HEC Canada. Average GMAT showing in website 630. N GRE is acceptable. What chances I have in that for 315 in GRE?

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Re: Chances of admissions [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2019, 12:21
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I think you'd have a good chance at HEC given your score. That said, keep in mind that these test scores are just one piece of the overall application. When you hit (or ideally exceed) a school's average you've "checked the box" so to speak & they will not be placing more weight on other parts of your application to compensate for your score. But there are so many other components of a strong application that it will be important to keep in mind as well. First, they'll want to see how you performed in undergrad & how prestigious your university was. Work experience is also important, especially for b-school. Most top b-schools like to see 3-5 years of work experience and they'll be looking to see what impact you had. Did you drive revenue? Reduce costs? Lead something? Your work experience will allow you to contribute to class discussion, and it also often gives you the business exposure that helps to shape your post-degree goals. (Work experience is a little less important for most grad programs that are not MBAs, although having at least 1-2 impressive internships is always a bonus).

Speaking of post-degree goals, those are also critical when it comes to the overall strength of your application -- your argument for why you need this degree rests on them. The adcom wants to know not only what you specifically plan to accomplish (i.e. naming the specific title you want in the ST & LT & 2-3 target firms), but also what you plan to DO in your post-graduate role (i.e. what problems will you help solve? What opportunities will you help take advantage of?) as well as WHY those are your goals.

Long story short, GRE score is a good place to start when it comes to gauging your overall competitiveness as a school but it's definitely just one piece of the puzzle when it comes to determining how likely you are to get into! I hope that helps & if you need more help thinking through it feel free to reach out to us! We help applicants with both b-school as well as grad school applications. Claudia can set you up with a free consultation with one of our consultants who can take a look at your specific background & give you some thoughts on the strengths & weaknesses in your candidacy! You can reach her at claudia@admissionado.com
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