Ronix137 Posted November 10, 2016 Share Posted November 10, 2016 I'm applying to the MBA program at the University of North Florida for next semester (Spring 2017). As you'll see bellow, I don't meet their minimum requirements, however I am not off by much. They only look at applications who are below their requirements on a case by case basis and require a SOP and 2 LOR's What do y'all think my chances are for admission? UNF GPA / GMAT Requirements for Graduate School GPA = 3.00 in last 60 credit hours GMAT = 470 minimum Combined GPA + GMAT score = 1070 My Scores GPA = 2.92 in last 60 credit hours GMAT = 450 Combined GPA + GMAT score = 1034 Disadvantages My scores dont meet their minimum requirement I was suspended a semester due to the poor GPA during my first two semesters at UNF I used 5 withdrawals and two grade forgivenesses for my first two semesters at UNF The popularity of the MBA program has grown dramatically in the last year Advantages I'm getting my bachelors degree from the same university that im applying to (I heard that helps) They don't have a limit on the number of people they accept Most of the C's that I earned were in early 3000 level classes that are generally viewed as easy classes by students and faculty Since they look at only the past 60 credit hours, my GPA after this semester would be 3.15 (since my early C's would not be included) Most of the high A's and B's that I earned were in classes that are viewed by students and staff as the hardest classes for business majors My two letters of recommendation are from professors that taught some of the hardest courses that I earned A's in (Also took multiple classes with both professors) My family owns a large business that I'll eventually run, which gives UNF good reason to believe I would be a successful alumni I have a Private Pilots License on my resume, which will make it stand out more Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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