thanks a lot
if i do my essays and profile well do i stand a chance in these schools with my gmat score and Cgpa as u see my work ex too is gonna be just 2 yrs wen i join
one more advise i have been working as a faculty for verbal and quants in one of the leading GMAT prep Classes in my country should i mention it in my essays and should i take a LOR from The institute's director
a prompt reply shall be a great help
I assume that your 2.7 GPA is better than it would be in the U.S., i.e., that your class rank was quite good. If so, that and your GMAT score make you competitive at many of the schools I listed. However, having only two years of work experience places you outside the middle 80% of most if not all of these schools. Unless you have shown truly remarkable impact and leadership in those two years then your odds of admission are diminished. You actually didn't give me enough info to provide a meaningful critique of your chances but based on your age and what you have told me (i.e., that your biggest extracurricular may be the GMAT work) I would guess your chances at all these schools is fairly small. You might have a shot at Chicago, but I would encourage you to aim lower, with maybe a couple of these schools as longshots or perhaps to wait a year and come back with powerful leadership and impact stories from work and community.
You should mention the GMAT work in your application and resume but I don't think it's good material for an essay or for a reco letter.
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