I may let others speak to some of the particulars here, but wanted to clarify a few key points: In the US, there is a marked distinction between undergraduate business programs and MBA programs. While SAT (or ACT) scores will likely be necessary in applying for an undergraduate business program, you would likely need to take either the GRE, or perhaps better, the GMAT, and have completed a four-year undergraduate degree before applying for an MBA program. Although the norms are somewhat fluid, it remains quite standard that applicants for MBA programs at top North American universities would have a number of years (say two to six, on average?) of relevant work experience. While both undergraduate business programs and MBA programs – depending on their reputations, a student's performance, etc. – might open the door to good work opportunities, it is important to differentiate between the two, as they are quite distinct.
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