Yogaman reporting from India!!!
I just finished my GMAT and got 690 (92%)
V-37 (87%) and Q-47(81%) dont know why Q % is so less.
anyway I have 5 yrs experience and want to foucs on Cosulting in Oil and Gas/Power area. My work experience is in that area
BS-70%, MS (US)-3.4 Have travelled world wide. Program managed two big programs. Cost reduction. Dont have people reporting directly but in that two programs did have 5 people.
For consulting which are the best schools? or rather where can i get into *( chance based).
Here are what i picked:Yale, Duke, Kelloggs, Oxford (1yr) and Emory.
Could you please tell me based on your experience which of the above is a strech and which are decent and what more can i add?
If you know any other overseas program please letme know
Comm service: i have some decent stuff under my belt.
Also, Do the adcom really care what the percentile is?
your quick response will be appreciated!!!
Kellogg is a stretch. You have a competitive profile for Yale, Duke, Oxford, and Emory. Strong schools for consulting where you also have a decent chance: Darden, Duke, Haas, Michigan. UT is also very well regarded in the energy industry.
yes, the adcom do care about the GMAT percentile.
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