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3.35 undergrad GPA. Too low for business PhD programs?



 I graduated with a Bachelors degree in 2015 in Accounting from WVU. My undergraduate GPA was 3.35. I have no research experience, but have a master's in industrial relations from Cornell and my GPA in that program was 3.6

I have some work experience (1 year as an accountant in the public sector, and am currently in a leadership development program for human resources at a fortune 500 manufacturing company)

My initial GRE was a bit too low for top PhD programs, especially given my undergrad GPA.  I recently took a practice exam and got 163V, 156Q. I believe I can raise the quant score with some study.

 So given my stats, what are my chances of getting in a top tier PhD program for Fall 2020 admissions? Is there anything I can do (like retaking the GRE, for instance) that will improve my application for a PhD program? Any input will be truly appreciated.

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