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My Chances? [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2008, 03:20
Hi,
I hope I get a reply. [I see most of the posts not addressed in this forum]

Just gave my GMAT today.
Scored 700.[Q-50;V-34].
Slightly worried if I stand a chance to enter the Ivy-League b-schools.

My undergrad CGPA is 9.29/10. Did Information Systems from BITS-Pilani, India (class 2006) Presently working at Microsoft (for 2 years).

I understand rest of the profile matters too. But, wrto the above information, where do I stand? Any suggestion/recommendation?

Kindly reply..
Thanks a lot,
Arpitha
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Re: My Chances? [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2008, 13:43
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Arpitha,
Your GMAT score is good to go for any top business school. You have also very good GPA. All you need is to write a good essay and define your clear cut goal for MBA. You should be able to answer adcom's questions convincingly such as why you want to go for an MBA? and why at this point of your career etc etc. If you have some extracurricular activities or volunteer work in non-profit organization those things will help to bolster your application. Instead of applying randomly focus on two or three good schools and the specialized program from those school you are interested in.
Good luck with you application process.
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Re: My Chances? [#permalink] New post 16 Aug 2008, 22:20
Thanks a lot Rao!
I am planning to apply next year, after involving in activities well, more thoroughly.
I shall keep you informed about the progress..

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