From GMAT Exam to Acceptance Letter:
Learn How GMAT Scores Are Used in Admissions
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Wednesday, April 17 at 1 pm ET | 10 am PT
Does a high quant score make up for a low verbal score? Can strong work experience make up for a low GMAT total score? Find out how GMAT scores are factored into the MBA admissions decision-straight from admissions officers! Chat live with admissions officers from ESADE and the Booth School of Business. They will take your question, live on Twitter!
George J. Andrews, Associate Dean, Evening MBA and Weekend MBA Programs, The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business
Keegan Pierce, Associate Director of Admissions, ESADE Full Time & Masters of Science (MSc)
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