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Hi, It would be grateful if any one of you evaluate my profile :
Age : 25 Gender : Male Nationality : Indian
Education Background :
Production Engineering from one of the Top Engineering Colleges in India GPA : 3.0 / 4.0 (7.5/10) GMAT : 600 (Q46 V27) AWA : 4 Worked in as an intern for 2 complete Semesters (total 1 yr) in a Manufacturing Industry.
Work Experience :
Total Work Experience : 4+ years with 2+ Years at client side in Europe and still working in Europe Sector : Telecommunication IT Designation : IT Analyst Promotion : Yes, recently. Currently work as an Application Lead. Leading a team of 6 - 7 members. Work profile generally includes handling business requirements, managing and co-ordinating the team (Mostly of a managerial types) Good Academic Record all throughout school and colleges.
I have identified people from whom I will get recommendations, they will be mostly all be Project Managers and Program Managers with whom I have worked.
Extra Curricular Activities :
I have been a part of organisation's cultural activity team. Have recieved client and organisation appreciations. Nothing more significant to show.
Short Term and Long Term Goals :
Want to do MBA so that I can work in varied sectors at various positions. Mainly looking for MBA in Marketing. Initially would like to work abroad but ultimately in India.
Schools that i would like to apply :
Nanyang University of Singapore (NUS) NTU, Singapore RMS, Erasmus (Rotterdam) Manchester Business School Said Business School Cranfield EM Lyon SP Jain
Mostly looking for a 1 yr MBA course.
I am also contemplating thoughts of giving GMAT again if my profile does not get me into a decent B-School. Please review my profile and guide me on the same. Also suggest me if i should retake GMAT and try to increase it by more 60-70 points.
Your weakest link is your GMAT. Don't shortlist any schools until you take your gmat again. If you get 700+, your profile will be totally different. All the schools that you mentioned in your list are possible. Aim high. You should aim for one or two top 10 schools.