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# Is 710 in GMAT score good enough?

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I recently scored 710 in GMAT (47Q, 40V), have overall 8+ years of experience with 3 years as Business Analyst\ Project Manager in the Software field. I have 18 months of international experience working out of US.

I plan to apply for Exec-MBA courses in India alone, namely ISB, IIMs - PGPX courses and wanted to know is my GMAT score good enough to be shortlisted as I have some time for the applications and think I could have scored 50 in Quant taking the score closer to 750. Any thoughts?
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04 May 2010, 03:11
Congrats! How did u do it?

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04 May 2010, 03:34
I recently scored 710 in GMAT (47Q, 40V), have overall 8+ years of experience with 3 years as Business Analyst\ Project Manager in the Software field. I have 18 months of international experience working out of US.

I plan to apply for Exec-MBA courses in India alone, namely ISB, IIMs - PGPX courses and wanted to know is my GMAT score good enough to be shortlisted as I have some time for the applications and think I could have scored 50 in Quant taking the score closer to 750. Any thoughts?

710 is good though not very good for Indians. But for ISB with 8+ years of workex I think you are quite competitive.

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04 May 2010, 10:59
gurpreetsingh> thanks for the link! It has some really helpful info on the institutes I am planning to apply to.

Ephraimite> I stuck to OG11 for preparation and practiced tests using GMATPrep and MGMAT mock tests. Prepared for 3 months and last month extensively. Let know if you need any more details.
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