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am i eligible for US MBA? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 05:06
Hi this is shekhar from india
i have just completed my graduation B.Sc (Computer Science).which is 3 year course after 12th.
i think i can achieve 700+ in GMAT having good command on QUANT and DI but have to work on Verbal.
am i eligible for US MBA?




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Re: am i eligible for US MBA? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 06:33
If you have a degree and you write a GMAT, you can be eligible for US MBA programs. However the international transfers etc. are all things I would not know about, you would be qualified to do so but in terms of any Visa's needed etc. information would be available through your government website. Just be careful, just because you qualify does not necessarily make you an ideal candidate. You never mentioned much about extra cirriculars or work experience, but both are weighted through the application process as well. Many students choose to take a year or two, and make sure they will bring a little something extra to their application. Best of luck to you!
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Re: am i eligible for US MBA? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 09:52
oasys wrote:
Hi this is shekhar from india
i have just completed my graduation B.Sc (Computer Science).which is 3 year course after 12th.
i think i can achieve 700+ in GMAT having good command on QUANT and DI but have to work on Verbal.
am i eligible for US MBA?




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Shekhar


Ofcourse you are. Most of the top schools have a FAQ section addressing this very question of yours. Good luck.
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Re: am i eligible for US MBA? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 15:23
oasys wrote:
Hi this is shekhar from india
i have just completed my graduation B.Sc (Computer Science).which is 3 year course after 12th.
i think i can achieve 700+ in GMAT having good command on QUANT and DI but have to work on Verbal.
am i eligible for US MBA?



You may or may not. Most of the schools look for an international degree equivalent of a four-year US bachelor's degree.
Your 3 year B.Sc (Computer Science) may not qualify with certain schools.
Your best bet is to ask the schools you are interested in
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Re: am i eligible for US MBA? [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 21:48
nphelan wrote:
If you have a degree and you write a GMAT, you can be eligible for US MBA programs. However the international transfers etc. are all things I would not know about, you would be qualified to do so but in terms of any Visa's needed etc. information would be available through your government website. Just be careful, just because you qualify does not necessarily make you an ideal candidate. You never mentioned much about extra cirriculars or work experience, but both are weighted through the application process as well. Many students choose to take a year or two, and make sure they will bring a little something extra to their application. Best of luck to you!



hello nphelan,
thanks for the reply here something about me......
about my extra curricular - me and my 2 friends founded IT company 3 years ago named oasys technologies in INDIA . successfully completed 100+ custom software's and websites.looking ahead for making my business in very large scale that's why i want to do MBA from reputed business school.
about my education - i am not scholar guy ( :?: ).i am an average student.scored 55% in graduation.
are there any chances to get in top b school as a young entrepreneur?my profile will help me to get in?


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Re: am i eligible for US MBA?   [#permalink] 08 Aug 2011, 21:48
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