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Pls evaluate - working in IT and school (non remunerative) [#permalink]
26 Mar 2011, 17:39
Please evaluate my profile and let me know whether my GMAT score is enough for the targetted schools or do I need to retake
Work Experience: 7 Years, will be 8 years while joining the school (planning for the 2012 intake)
Internation Exposure: 3 years 3 months. Staying in US since 2008 Jan
Soltions Consultant at IT industry. Responsible for delivering the software solutions to US based client. Being in client place – US, my responsibilities include helping the businees parters to effectively identify the business requirements, assign the work to team members and and present the deliverables to business partners/Client Project Manager. Also works on pre-sales for the parent company. Managed upto 12 members team
Working (non remunerative) for a school in India as a Manager, stategy – Planning and implementation. Responsible for effectively identify and build the vision for the school, create the strategy plan to achieve the goal, and implement the plan.
GMAT: 690 Essays : 4.5
Education: Electrical and Electronics Engineering from a reputed college in India
GPA : 3.4
Extra Curricular: I was in the organization committee in several college events. performed in the skits at college events. Organized several events in the school for which I am working. Organized many Indian regional events in US, also acted in several skits in those events.
Re: Pls evaluate - working in IT and school (non remunerative) [#permalink]
27 Mar 2011, 06:57
I think your GMAT should be good enough, based on the fact that your GPA is pretty solid. If I had to guess that if you were dinged from these schools, it's something else other than your GMAT score. However, while we're on the GMAT subject, if you think you can improve that by at least 30-40 points (puts you over 720+), I'd say do it. But if you don't think you can, don't worry about it and just apply.