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Hello. I recently took the GRE and got a score that I thought was pretty good: 166Q / 164V / 4.5 AWA. I would like to aim for a top 10 program and I've heard that 166Q is too low for these programs and that 167/168 on GRE Quant should be the aim. Is this true? Does 1 or 2 points really make that much of a difference for operations research / management science master's programs? It seems a bit ridiculous to study another month or so just to bring up my score by 2 points, but I'm not sure whether this is actually what's required of applicants these days. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!
Test Scores (GRE): V152(56%) , Q164(87%) , AW 4.0 (60%)I graduated from one of the top tier universities in my country (Not US and North America)Undergrad GPA: 3.42 / 4.0 (full tuition waiver for 4 yrs) - Major (Business Administration)Graduate GPA: 3.91 / 4.0 (full tuition waiver for 2 yrs) - Major (Business Analytics) * both of the tuition waiver - merit basedResearch Experience: One conference proceeding in IEEE related conference (Co 1st author) + oral presentationTeaching Experience: 3 TA ships (Microeconomics, organizational behavior, Marketing ManagementWork Experience: 2 industry projects; one at an international research firm, the other at my university as RAConcentration Applying to: Business analytics / Management Science / MISNumber of programs planned to apply to: around 20Dream Schools: U of Washington, U of Pittsburgh, U of Iowa, Western University (Canada)Any additional specific questions you may have:Why are the applicants for the three tracks I mentioned above so rare? Can anyone tell me why they are so scant here?
Hi, I don't have an acceptance from Waterloo yet, but I'm really confused between these 2 programs. Waterloo would probably cost less than half of Dartmouth. However, taking tuition out of the picture, which one in your opinion seems better? Kindly keep in mind that I also hope to get some exposure/work ex after my graduation. Please send in your suggestions. all your opinions are welcome and would be highly appreciated. Thanks!