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Do I stand a chance? [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2005, 18:11
Hi,

I am Indian working in a Fortune 500 company in USA for 5 years now.

Age : 29
Experience : almost 6 years
Undergrad GPA (Engineering) : 3.7 ( from India, Rank - 42 in University)
Grad GPA (Computer Science): 3.65 ( from a school in USA)
GMAT: 610 (this hurts)

List of schools I am planning on applying -

University of Chicago GSG - Part-time
Kelloggs - Part- time

Indian School of Business - Full time
Insead - Full time
Oxford (SAID) - Full time
London School of Business - Full time

I am mostly concentrating on 1 year MBA programs for full time MBA, as you can see from my selection of schools. I am aware that my GMAT score is low. What are my chances in all these schools?

Is there any other good school you would like to recommend where I will stand a better chance?

Thanks for your advice in advance.

-Santosh
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Re: Do I stand a chance? [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2005, 08:42
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sshet1 wrote:
Hi,

I am Indian working in a Fortune 500 company in USA for 5 years now.

Age : 29
Experience : almost 6 years
Undergrad GPA (Engineering) : 3.7 ( from India, Rank - 42 in University)
Grad GPA (Computer Science): 3.65 ( from a school in USA)
GMAT: 610 (this hurts)

List of schools I am planning on applying -

University of Chicago GSG - Part-time
Kelloggs - Part- time

Indian School of Business - Full time
Insead - Full time
Oxford (SAID) - Full time
London School of Business - Full time

I am mostly concentrating on 1 year MBA programs for full time MBA, as you can see from my selection of schools. I am aware that my GMAT score is low. What are my chances in all these schools?

Is there any other good school you would like to recommend where I will stand a better chance?

Thanks for your advice in advance.

-Santosh


I'm sorry, but that GMAT is going to hurt you at all the schools on your list. It is significantly below the average for all of them.

Good luck!
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