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Letter from - East Carolina University
Submitted by - Unknown
Last updated on 05/17/2011

And the letter reads:

Your recent application to the MBA program at East Carolina University was reviewed by the College of Business Graduate Office. I regret to inform you that your application was declined because you do not meet one or more of the required criteria for admission into the program.

If at least one year has passed from your graduation date to the start of the semester you want to enter the program, you must earn at least 950 points based on the formula (200 X GPA) + GMAT ?950.

A GMAT score of 490 or higher is required for unconditional admission to the program. An applicant with a GMAT score of 450 to 480 or a GPA below 2.7 is placed on a waitlist to be admitted as capacity allows. A decision about waitlisted admissions is made about one month prior to the start of the semester. The minimum GMAT score required for admissions (unconditional or waitlisted) is 450.

If at least one year has not passed from your graduation date to the start of the semester you want to enter the program, you must earn at least 950 points based on the formula (200 X GPA) + GMAT ? 950.

A GMAT score of 540 or higher is required for unconditional admission to the program. An applicant with a GMAT score of 500 to 530 or a GPA below 2.7 is placed on a waitlist to be admitted as capacity allows. A decision about waitlisted admissions is made about one month prior to the start of the semester. The minimum GMAT score required for admissions (unconditional or waitlisted) is 500.

If your GPA is 3.5 or greater, regardless of the time between your graduation and the start of the semester you want to enter the program, a GMAT score of 490 or higher is required for unconditional admission to the program. An applicant with a GMAT score of 450 to 480 is placed on a waitlist to be admitted as capacity allows. A decision about waitlisted admissions is made about one month prior to the start of the semester. The minimum GMAT score required for admissions (unconditional or waitlisted) is 450.

International students must score 50 points greater than domestic students in the above formula total and GMAT minimum score requirements and must also satisfy minimum TOEFL score requirements of 80 total and 20 on each section for the Internet based exam, or 550 on the paper based exam, or 213 on the computer based exam.

All students must meet the point total and minimum GMAT and TOEFL scores without exception.

If you retake the GMAT or TOEFL and receive the necessary score, your application will again be considered for admission. Application deadlines and other pertinent information may be found at our website. You will need to submit a Readmission Application to have your application reviewed with the new GMAT score. The application is on the Graduate School website for download or online completion.

Should you need it and for your convenience a document concerning the GMAT and suggestions on how to study for the exam is attached to this email.

Our Assistant Directors for Graduate Programs are copied on this email. They will be your admissions counselor and MBA advisor once you enter the program and will be happy to answer any questions you have or provide you with any assistance you need. Feel free to contact your advisor anytime via email, phone, or in-person at the following address:

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