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Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake

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Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 30 Jan 2013, 09:27
can somebody pls help me compile list of colleges for 650 score???

I dont wanna go for retake. I think i gave my best
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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 30 Jan 2013, 18:25
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Hi,

You can find a list by doing some research online. I would suggest starting with the ranking lists from business week and us news & world report. You can then look at each program and see the average GMAT and go from there. In general, you'll be targeting lower tier 1 and upper tier 2 programs, though it depends on the rest of your profile as well.

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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 30 Jan 2013, 23:08
Hi,

I am Rahul from india( tryin to edit location :P).
Gmat score-650(Q49 V29)
Test date- 30-01-2013
College- delhi college of engineering (delhi university)
Aggregate-70.06%( top 20% of my batch)..gpa-3.5
Work ex-19 months
Position- project engineer/co-ordinator( project management and business development) oil&gas
Wanna pursue MBA in finance..portfolio management/investment banking..


event head at tech fest of our college
organised various conferences/events
was in corporate team of college
was in football team of our department

Scholar at school
topper in chemisty at school in senior secondary
Participated in various maths& science quiz.....Scholarship of Rs 20,000 in tenth grade for scoring more than 95% in Physics, chemistry and maths combined.
qualified for second level of national science olympiad ..that is held in india at school level.
Won first prize many times for summer project in school.

hope it helps....
m targtn--
purdue
boston
madison
nus
ntu
singapore managament university
ohio (fisher)
tepper & cornell--probably to lower down their mean gmat.. :lol:
USC-marshall
georgia tech--scheller
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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2013, 09:19
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Hi Rahul,

Thanks for the additional detail. Your undergrad academics are strong, but your GPA is somewhat low. As for professional experience, it sounds good, but with only 19 months experience, you may wish to wait before applying (typical candidates have 3-5 years of professional experience at the time of matriculation). It seems like you were somewhat active in college, but not as much since then. I think the lack of extracurricular and community activities is going to be a weakness in your application - perhaps you can take something up now?

I think your school list is fairly well rounded/realistic with your profile. Tepper and Cornell are going to be stretches, but it doesn't hurt to try. I think more realistically, Madison/Purdue/BU are going to be your targets.

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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 13 Mar 2013, 20:39
mbaMissionMili wrote:
Hi Rahul,

Thanks for the additional detail. Your undergrad academics are strong, but your GPA is somewhat low. As for professional experience, it sounds good, but with only 19 months experience, you may wish to wait before applying (typical candidates have 3-5 years of professional experience at the time of matriculation). It seems like you were somewhat active in college, but not as much since then. I think the lack of extracurricular and community activities is going to be a weakness in your application - perhaps you can take something up now?

I think your school list is fairly well rounded/realistic with your profile. Tepper and Cornell are going to be stretches, but it doesn't hurt to try. I think more realistically, Madison/Purdue/BU are going to be your targets.

Good luck,
Mili

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hello
actually my undergrad unni , delhi college of engineering, doent have this gpa...we use to get our result in percntage..i got 70.06%..first division...
and one more thing..i gave the gmat again and got a score of 690...wat are my chances at nus and ntu..and i think these unni dont require toefl..m i correct??

i have also participated in social activities...health check ups..taught maths(counting) and basic english needy ones..community services in slum areas..taught basic sanitation to poor ones....
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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2013, 14:12
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Congrats on the improved GMAT score, Rahul! That's great. I think this will improve your odds at NUS and NTU, but as these programs are getting more competitive/popular, it's tough to say. I am not sure if they require TOEFL - you'll have to look on their websites or call them directly to find out. If you were first division in undergrad, you should be okay as far as undergrad GPA.

Good luck!
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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2013, 01:21
mbaMissionMili wrote:
Congrats on the improved GMAT score, Rahul! That's great. I think this will improve your odds at NUS and NTU, but as these programs are getting more competitive/popular, it's tough to say. I am not sure if they require TOEFL - you'll have to look on their websites or call them directly to find out. If you were first division in undergrad, you should be okay as far as undergrad GPA.

Good luck!
Mili

Mili Mittal
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Read the mbaMission Insider's Guides (16 individual school titles)
 
Download [url=http:// http://info.mbamission.com/MBA-Personal-Statement-Guide/]mbaMission’s Free Personal Statement Guide[/url]
 
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thanks for the reply

i have still not received any kind of info from nus/ntu , whether rejection or call..pls advise wat to do
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Re: Gmat 650!!!!!!!...no retake [#permalink] New post 01 Apr 2013, 10:30
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If the decision deadline has past, you may want to call the admissions office and ask for an update on when you can expect to hear. If the decision deadline hasn't passed, hang tight! You'll hear back soon enough!

Best,
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