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GMAT Score 660. [#permalink] New post 20 May 2012, 10:45
Hi i just gave the gmat on 18th may 2012. I am looking forward to apply in any of the reputed B schools. But i am really disappointed by my score.

GMAT score 660. Quant 48 Verbal 32.

This was my first attempt.

I have done my graduation in PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY (INDUSTRIAL/MECHANICAL Engg.) from Punjab Engg. College Chandigarh, India).

I currently have 4 years of work experience and will be 5 years when in join MBA in fall 2013.
I am currently working for Maruti Suzuki India Limited(India's No. 1 4 wheel automobile company) as a Maruti Suzuki After Sales Support Representative.

Currently looking after the customer complaint handing, resolution of technical problems, manpower training for both Domestic and Exports Dealers/Distributors of Maruti Suzuki.

I am working with a team of 4 members and i also have the responsibility of Training the freshers.

Kindly tell me what chances do i have to get thru some of the good management colleges ??
What is the next step??? What collgs to apply??

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Rakshit
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Re: GMAT Score 660. [#permalink] New post 30 May 2012, 04:31
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Well Rakshit,
Overall your profile does look pretty good. Which schools are you looking into applying to? Do you want only Top 20 programs? Are you willing to retake the GMAT? And what are your post-MBA goals?

what is the next step for you? Well, a good place to start is to look at the programs that are out there. Look for programs in which you would be about at the average GMAT of matriculated students, as well as ones which have strengths in the area you want to be in after your MBA. That's a good place to start. Once you have done that, you can come up with a list of schools to apply to (we can help if you need) to help you strategize your applications.


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