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Grad school or work experience?



Just a little background before I get to the actual question. 

I am an undergraduate student and my major is Business Management. I want to pursue a masters in International relations. I have 0 (full time) work experience, except for two months of unpaid internship in a Fortune 500 company and 6 months of marketing/volunteering internship in a non profit charity organisation. I am fluent in two foreign languages. My co-curriculars in university are strong .My first attempt at GRE was a major let down 143-Q 143-V (I didn't study, it was trial and error sorta thing). 

Is it prudent to take up a MA/MSC in IR right after undergrad or is work experience preferred? I am applying to SAIS, Fletcher, Georgetown and GWU.  

(P.S I know my GRE scores need to dramatically improve) :P

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