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GMAT 680 and 10 yrs work exp [#permalink] New post 28 May 2012, 01:30
My GMAT score 680 (Q50, V31)
B Tech (Hons) from one of the best engineering college in India (IIT)
CGPA: 7.50/10
Work Exp: 10 yrs in IT (6 yrs as Project Manager in BFSI domain). Have worked in UK & Australia. Have managed projects having team of 40+ resources
PMP certified (it has expired now, not yet renewed)

Want to do MBA in Operation or Strategy or Finance. Have been looking for colleges like Melbourne Business School, ISB, NUS, INSEAD and IIM

Can someone please suggest the colleges in which I can apply? Will you recommend giving another try and score 700+?
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Re: GMAT 680 and 10 yrs work exp [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2012, 06:05
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My GMAT score 680 (Q50, V31)
B Tech (Hons) from one of the best engineering college in India (IIT)
CGPA: 7.50/10
Work Exp: 10 yrs in IT (6 yrs as Project Manager in BFSI domain). Have worked in UK & Australia. Have managed projects having team of 40+ resources
PMP certified (it has expired now, not yet renewed)

Want to do MBA in Operation or Strategy or Finance. Have been looking for colleges like Melbourne Business School, ISB, NUS, INSEAD and IIM

Can someone please suggest the colleges in which I can apply? Will you recommend giving another try and score 700+?

I feel your chances are good at Melbourne, possible at NUS and NTU, and stretching for ISB, INSEAD, and IIM because of your GMAT score and age. If you believe you can retake the GMAT and boost your Verbal score a bit, that will make a great impact on your score, but I do believe you have to apply this year or risk aging out of these traditional MBA programs.
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