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Hi,

My profile: Indian/IT/Male/25Yrs/3+ Work exp including few weeks of international exposure

I re-took my GMAT and (un)fortunately the score didn't change.
First - 680(90%) V31(62%) Q49(90%)
Second - 680(89%) V34(70%) Q49(88%)

I got an admit to a mid-tier B-school last year which I deferred to this year due to financial constraints. This year, I planned to re-take since I got extra time.

My professional background is rather distinct among Indian IT applicants. I have 2 product development experience, one which I was part of team and another which I incepted & currently leading. I'm poised to be the youngest product manager in my firm. I can demonstrate strong "leadership" stuff.

I'm looking into gen management in tech firms as career path.

I have little distinct community involvement where I can show my grasp on "big picture" problems.

Should I really re-apply & bet more for better schools?
If so, which schools should I target?
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New post 18 Aug 2007, 13:25
Re-apping won't hurt, it just costs you time. The question you have to answer in your mind is whether the school to which you've been admitted will allow you to achieve your career goals.
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