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Help: Where to Apply? [#permalink] New post 13 Jan 2014, 11:04
I have 750 on my GMAT.
Currently working as a Business Analyst for Barclays Technology in India. (Experience- 1.5 years)

Graduate from IIITA, with decent acads- 7.7 CGPA

Extra Curricular- Basketball and Volleyball team in college
Editor of School Magazine
Won a few inter school events
Rifle Shooting as a hobby.

Expectation out of mba-
Actual Learning
Scholarship opportunity for my profile
Good placement

NOT looking for a Finance MBA.

Which school should I apply to, in which I have a decent chance, given everything else goes as expected?
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Re: Help: Where to Apply? [#permalink] New post 27 Jan 2014, 01:26
The only weak point in your profile is your work experience. A GMAT score of 750 with a GPA of 7.7, which would be near to/more than 3 according to US standards, is considered good and can get you into top 10 schools in the US. Business schools give importance to extra-currciulars which are plenty in your profile. In your work experience on 1.5 years, you may not have held any leadership roles. Business school give a lot of weightage to leadership skills in a candidate. The best option for you right now, is to work at your company for atleast a year, get a promotion and bolster your profile. Decide on a post-mba goal and search for universities which can help you achieve them. Download the free ebook on how to get into a top business school at : http://www.interviewbay.com/mba/how-to- ... -ebook.php

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