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. The admission in b-schools mostly depends on application essays and interviews. This is where the adcoms get to know about the candidate. Since you will be writing your GMAT, I would recommend you to practice on mocks and target 690+ to convert your chances from application to admission.
As application essays plays important role in b-school selection, so, you need to skillfully write about your leadership traits. Similarly you should demonstrate professional achievements during your final interviews. To know more about interview tips and preparations, click http://bit.ly/XQVp4s
Feel free to post any other concerns you might have.
I am looking for few good business schools in sustainable/renewable energy sector. Though I have come across few lists after searching on google, they do not seem to be very convincing. Also, I am an IT Professional in India and I think that an MBA from a good business school will help me get into energy sector. I have many reasons to go in the renewable energy sector, I will want to tell them to Adcoms. But before that, I am exploring few good b-schools in the sector. Can anybody help me with this query?
Also, I have little time to prepare for GMAT again. I took GMAT in June and got an abysmal 600. I will want to improve this score and get somewhere near to 670-680. Will that be a good score to get into a good business school in energy sector. I am targeting 670-680 as I think that there might be few applicants applying for such an MBA (I may well be wrong).
Can someone post link/share his experience that divulges more information? I will be highly grateful.
GMAT-750 Work Exp-10 yrs. MBA-Top 10 FT Ranking B-School
Under Grad- Top 30 College in Asia