I'm currently a rising penultimate undergrad student studying at a target school in Hong Kong (University of Hong Kong), and I'm planning to apply forIBs within the region. However, I have a relatively low GPA (3.4/4.3: they usually say 3.7 or above is fine but as for me I'd probably get cut off from the first screening round) and given the fact that I haven't got much time left to make up for the low GPA, I'm planning to take GMAT to cover up for this low GPA. I know this is a pretty much a gamble considering the time investment and uncertain outcome, but if I happen to get a high "cover up" my low GPA at the target school? Thanks for the comments :)
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