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Can low score in Bachelors be compensated by a high score in Masters?
Asked by: ManisH15
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Posted on Mon, 28 Jul 2008 07:23:15 GMT
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I scored 50% in Bachelors but score 65% in Masters. So if I want to apply to top business schools in the US them will this be sufficient? What all other things should I do to compensate my low score in Bachelors?

Please advice me.
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Your masterís level good score will not compensate but itíll support for sure. The 65% score in postgraduate level cannot be called so good to compensate you poor score in undergraduate level. Getting into top business schools is all about impression. More you can impress, more will be the chance for admission. So your high score in masterís level is one of the impressive factors you have. When you have good score in GMAT along with good score in postgraduate level, theyíll help compensate your low score in undergraduate level.

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