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2.5 GPA , 9 Yrs WORK Exp in AUTO Industry

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Hi,

I am from India. With an average GPA, first of all, is there a chance for cracking into Top 20 B Schools.

If Yes, What should be the GMAT score I should target for getting selected in Top 20 B Schools.

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New post 29 Oct 2013, 05:03
Hi!

Can you tell me a little bit more about your background? The fact that you have 9 years of work experience in an interesting field will certainly help. I think that there is most definitely a chance for you to break into a top 20 school.

If that is your goal, I would recommend aiming for a score of 650 or higher. Of course the higher the better.

I hope this helps!!!
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If your GPA is less than the school’s average, you can compensate it with a higher GMAT score. But, remember a high GMAT alone will no way guarantee you an admission into any top school.You need to compliment it with an excellent application. Good luck.

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