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Hello everybody,

I am in a bit of a fix. I was admitted to UCLA MFE for Fall 2020 and was planning on going there. However, today I have received a hold status from UCB with a list of requirements I need to complete with no guarantee of an admit afterwards. I have to also submit a GRE/GMAT score. My GRE score is 163V 165Q and 4.5E. I was thinking about taking the GMAT and applying with that score. UCB is going to give me decision by Nov 1 and I have deposit my first semester fee at UCLA mid-september. What should I do? Take the GMAT, or send these GRE scores and complete the course list or just go to UCLA? Also, I received the UCB decision without an interview, does that mean something or put me at a disadvantage?