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purps drank said:
Yes, 610 with no absolutely no studying.

Nice  :cool:

I didn't study for the SATs and did fine. I am gonna study for this since my undergrad GPA was garbage 


Are you an MBA?
 

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Mug Cutter said:
purps drank said:
Yes, 610 with no absolutely no studying.

Nice  :cool:

I didn't study for the SATs and did fine. I am gonna study for this since my undergrad GPA was garbage 


Are you an MBA?

MS in Accounting. Although I actually just got my diploma in the mail today and it says Master of Science Business Administration. 

What score are you trying to get on it?
 
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purps drank said:
Mug Cutter said:
purps drank said:
Yes, 610 with no absolutely no studying.

Nice  :cool:

I didn't study for the SATs and did fine. I am gonna study for this since my undergrad GPA was garbage 


Are you an MBA?

MS in Accounting. Although I actually just got my diploma in the mail today and it says Master of Science Business Administration. 

What score are you trying to get on it?
sup hood rych  :lol: 

you got scammed demand all your tuition money back. 

I'm debating between MS in taxation and an MBA. MY route will largely depend on my score. I didn't realize that you couldn't transfer your CPA between states so I have to rethink when I will study / sit for it.
 

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Mug Cutter said:
purps drank said:
Mug Cutter said:
Nice  :cool:

I didn't study for the SATs and did fine. I am gonna study for this since my undergrad GPA was garbage 


Are you an MBA?

MS in Accounting. Although I actually just got my diploma in the mail today and it says Master of Science Business Administration. 

What score are you trying to get on it?
sup hood rych  :lol: 

you got scammed demand all your tuition money back. 

I'm debating between MS in taxation and an MBA. MY route will largely depend on my score. I didn't realize that you couldn't transfer your CPA between states so I have to rethink when I will study / sit for it.
You couldn't tell I was hood rych before?

It was one extra year for the MS in accounting along with my BS in finance and I had to do it for the 150 credit hours to sit for the CPA. Actually saved a lot of money not needing to do a 2 year program for a masters later on, besides I want to be a CFO so MS in accounting is better. 

Yeah it would be a pain to have to re-certify in a new state, but it wouldn't be the worst thing ever. But hm, well I guess study hard. I felt the English was really easy but the math was pretty hard and had a lot of obscure topics from high school that I never even learned all that well. I think it's because a lot of foreigners take it who aren't that good at English, so they just drill math problems nonstop and stake their score on that.
 
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purps drank said:
Mug Cutter said:
purps drank said:
MS in Accounting. Although I actually just got my diploma in the mail today and it says Master of Science Business Administration. 

What score are you trying to get on it?
sup hood rych  :lol: 

you got scammed demand all your tuition money back. 

I'm debating between MS in taxation and an MBA. MY route will largely depend on my score. I didn't realize that you couldn't transfer your CPA between states so I have to rethink when I will study / sit for it.
You couldn't tell I was hood rych before?

It was one extra year for the MS in accounting along with my BS in finance and I had to do it for the 150 credit hours to sit for the CPA. Actually saved a lot of money not needing to do a 2 year program for a masters later on, besides I want to be a CFO so MS in accounting is better. 

Yeah it would be a pain to have to re-certify in a new state, but it wouldn't be the worst thing ever. But hm, well I guess study hard. I felt the English was really easy but the math was pretty hard and had a lot of obscure topics from high school that I never even learned all that well. I think it's because a lot of foreigners take it who aren't that good at English, so they just drill math problems nonstop and stake their score on that.
I knew you were Hood Rych but I haven't noticed many of your posts on here until now or any that provoked me to say Sup.

I could stay where I am and do an online MS in taxation which would fit in really well with my work schedule. There's a strong chance I will do that because I don't think I will get into any of my target MBAs without more work experience or a higher GPA. 

I would like to go to Wharton, Booth, or Fuqua but if I'm unable to get into a top tier school I don't think it's worth it to pursue a full time MBA at this point. 


At this point I'm taking things a couple years at a time based on what makes sense. Next logical step is to take the GMAT and send out some apps. It would be sick to get scholarship money for a MS in tax at a local school and get the credits I need for CPA at the same time.
 

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That all sounds reasonable and very well thought out to me. Scholarship for your local school would definitely be legit. You could download the GMAT practice software and take a practice test to see where you're at. That's what I did, got a 620 on a practice and only needed a 550 for admittance into the 5 year MS program, so I didn't study at all. While I was taking the practice even, it kinda felt like I was getting killed, but ended up with the 620 so you'll probably do better than you expect.