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Please Evaluate My Chance [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2010, 05:22
Working exprience: 4 years (3 years for big four companies, 1 one year for foreign bank)
GMAT: 460
I dont expect any chance, i only try to gain the advice from all of you.
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Re: Please Evaluate My Chance [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2010, 08:28
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Hi Maevinh:
Thanks for reaching out to the forum.
There is simply not enough information here to provide detailed insight but I think you are looking for any and all advice.
However, I think you may have the answer already. A 460 on the GMAT is too low for pretty much all reputable MBA programs. Even 2nd tier programs with "relaxed" requirements usually set the cut off at about 500 on the GMAT.
Your work experience at this point is not something that can be analyzed, given that you have not cleared the first and highest hurdle, the GMAT.
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Re: Please Evaluate My Chance [#permalink] New post 18 Feb 2010, 08:40
Hi Maevin,

If you would like a profile evaluation, please reply with information on your academic background, professional experiences and extracurricular activities. If you would prefer to keep this private, go ahead and send us a pm.

If you are looking for advice just on the GMAT, I would concur with the other consultant. At this point, it is a little too low to get you into a decent program. Getting it up at least another 50-70 points is important. Since you have already given it once, you have your experience to fall back on. Analyze what happened the first time - what sections do you have more opportunities in? How did you find the exam environment? Were you prepared to sit for 4 hours at a stretch? If you like, we would be happy to set up a Free Initial Consultation to help you talk about your experience and identify the areas you need to work at in the future. We could also recommend affordable GMAT prep programs that will help you get your score to a more competitive level.

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Re: Please Evaluate My Chance [#permalink] New post 19 Feb 2010, 15:19
Hi maevinh,

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