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Process for Indian residents applying for GMAT in UK [#permalink] New post 09 Jul 2010, 21:14
Hi,

I am a working professional, resident of India (Mumbai). I am planning to apply for GMAT this year (early October). However, due to some work I may have to go to London soon, for 6 months or so. I am positive that I can give my GMAT in London. But, I am not sure if I'll be able to complete other formalities such as applying for universities (US or India), etc, which I suppose will start from December for the first round of applications, from London as I've heard that we need to submit attested hard-copies of documents, etc to the universities.

Can anyone please tell me whether all this is possible from London (including attestation of copies) and that I need not be here in Mumbai to complete the formalities? Also, please let me know what other things I need to take care of for post-GMAT.

This is very urgent because I need to confirm my assignment date with company asap!

Thanks in anticipation.
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Re: Process for Indian residents applying for GMAT in UK [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2010, 06:32
Please consult MBA.com for all your questions. Everything can be found there.

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