Based on your profile, I would suggest you to target NUS, Nanyang & SP Jain with good placement rate in finance. Try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
. I would also suggest you to write your GMAT again (690-720) & then target schools like ISB & INSEAD-Singapore. You can also wait another yr. and target 2014 intake as your professional experience is on lower side.
The important parts in b-schools application are essays & interviews. An avg. GMAT score can make up for by submitting good essays and working hard on the interviews. Most b-schools see a combination of all these things to grant an admission. Hence, I would suggest you to toil hard on your essays & interviews.
Let me know or post any of your queries you might have.
Could you please help me in evaluating my profile.
I wrote GMAT and scored 660 (Q-49, V-33)
Degree : BTech(IT)
Job : Systems Engineer in TCS(Development project) in BFSI(banking and finance ) domain
Working for multinational client dealing with Financial Markets
2+ years exp.
Have conducted lots of trainings and participated in extracurriculars too.
Social Activities : Volunteer in some NGOs
Leadership Exp : College event coordinator, managed fests etc. Trainings in job.
Activities : Dance, public speaking, painting, member of Toast Masters International, Throw ball team in school
Looking for MBA in Finance.
Please advise Indian and Singapore based schools .
Thanks in advance .
GMAT - 740: Work Ex - 9 years: MBA - HEC,Paris (Top European B - School)
Grad - Top 20 College in Asia