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Not a U.S. citizen, nor a resident.
went to Ohio state (final GPA was 3.95), passed CPA exams under Hawaiian jurisdiction after studying 8 months.
I had to leave U.S. to join the military service back in my home country; so I got no job experience.
Got under 150 credits – the only reason that I took the CPA tests in Hawaii – and I need some more credits to get a licensure, and settle in states.
Think my best shot is getting into one of those MAcc programs, and applying for a job position before I finish MAcc.
I also got a GMAT score of 660 or 670 which I took more than 5 years ago, after I had prepared it for three weeks. I don’t think it’s a competitive score among international students, so I gotta have to get at least 700.
What are my chances of getting accepted into one of the top MAcc programs once I get my GMAT score of minimum 700?
Any suggestions on my plan or thoughts?
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