660 is very low for ISB. Unless you have good overall profile, I dont see any point in applying. ISB likes people with international experience. As you have Masters from Virginia & few years of international experience, you might have slight chances. Speak to few ISB students and take a final call. If I were you, I would take GMAT again. It is still in your control. Good luck!www.InterviewBay.com
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I am seeking advice on my current situation. I am a consultant in the finance industry working for Ernst & Young in New York. I have over 4 years of work experience in big4 consulting. My work also involves a lot of business development/proposal pursuits. I recently took GMAT and scored a dismal 660 (Q50, V30; was getting 700s in mocks
). I was looking to apply to ISB, India but I am not sure that I stand a fair chance with this score. I have a Masters from Virginia Tech (GPA 3.7) and undergrad from Mumbai University (Approx. GPA 3.6).
Any inputs would be appreciated. Thanks.