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Admission prospects [#permalink]
27 Oct 2005, 21:47
Well, I've taken the GMAT and scored 600 in the exam (Quantitaive Score: 41 and Verbal:31) My credentials are as follows: I've completed my B.Com (R.A Podar College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai, India) with 51%, M.Com (Mumbai University, India) 60%, Post Graduate Diploma in Investment Management (PGDIM) from NArsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, India with 74% (a 1 year Full Time course). In addition to the same Ive got nearly 3 years of Work Experience heading the Interest RAte Swap Desk at Darashaw Securities, Mumbai, India. The job Profile includes Trading, Pricing Swap Products etc. What are my changes of getting into a good school for the Masters in Finance Course?? Kindly let me know about my prospects for the same. Would the above credentials suffice for an entry into an esteemed institution??? Awaiting your reply!
You should consider the GRE aswell, and possibly look at the GRE SUbject Math.
A Masters in Finance is highly quntitative, very much more than MBA's. You are must score in the 90% for Quant on the GRE and GMAT and aim for atleast 800 on the GRE Subject Math just to secure the deal.