hmmmm..."very good" b-schools is a bit vague. My definition of very good b-schools would be anything in the top30, often considered the "top tier" of business schools. In order to hit the top 30 you will need to have strengths in all key areas including leadership, teamwork, creativity/innovation and maturity. You have the maturity down for sure, and you seem to have had meaningful team experiences. Engineeriing usually indicates innovation, but I don't see much evidence for leadership. Getting a good GMAT score is imporant, particularly for someone from India who has worked mostly in IT, because this is a very very large applicant pool each year. What is a "good" GMAT score? In your case, if you can get a seven handle on your score, I would recommend it. Again, this is mostly because the average applicant in your pool will have similar GMAT scores. I would pick out a couple of dream schools in the top 10 or 12 and then a few deeper into this top tier pool, including a couple in the 20-30 top school range so that you increase your chances. Let us know if we can be more consultative on your specific situation.
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