1. I have 4 years of business development experience - overall 10
years of experience. What is the total score I should aim for to get
full time MBA admission in Warthon or Harward or Kellog?
Hi Rupal, thanks for writing.
As Linda and I have reminded many other applicants, there are so many factors OTHER than GMAT score that will determine where you get in--while a score above 700 will certainly raise your chances, the schools will also be looking at many other things, including your leadership potential and experience, your level of community involvement, your goals (are they clear? Are you a career-enhancer or a career changer?), your reasons for applying at this time (how old are you? why are you doing this now and not five years ago?)... I could go on, but you get the idea! While higher is naturally better in terms of your GMAT, it's certainly possible to get into the top-10 schools WITHOUT reaching the "holy grail" of a 750+ score!
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