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GMAT necessity for hospitality MBA admission

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  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States
Hi, I have a quick question for you. I have been working in hospitality industry for over five years and got my bachelor degree in the same domain. I am nowadays gearing up for the GMAT exam but it seems little bit tough for me to get a reliable score from it. My desired school is Johnson and Wales University and I heard that it has quite less selective admission process compared to other school. What would you suggest me under this circumstance? I did my management training in USA where I spent total of 3 years as a J1 trainee.

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Hi, Johnson and Wales University is considered to be a good University for Hotel Management and is known for its good relationships with Hospitality Industry. You can also try and look at other schools like Cornell or University of Nevada if you manage to score atleast 600 plus in GMAT. 

But a minimum score of 550 in GMAT  is essential to make it to most good Universities in USA. 

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Good Morning.You can attempt GMAT as you are already preparing for it.In JWU  you actually do not need GMAT for MBA, since you are from the same field . I hope you have 70% in your U.G.

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