You have good GMAT and GPA. H/S/W should be within your reach. As you are focusing finance post-MBA, you can also target b-schools like: Booth, Tuck, CBS, NYU-Stern, Yale, LBS, Cambridge, IESE, IMD, Uni. Of St. Gallen-HSG, NUS, Nanyang, ISB, McCombs, CMU-Tepper and Kenan-Flagler. The list comprises of many, but these are few good schools with high placement rate in finance post-MBA. You can also try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
Next step is to skillfully write your application essays and showcase team headship, achievements at work place and other aptitudes during final interviews. Chances of admission in b-schools mostly depend on how well you position yourself in application essays and interviews.
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Thank you for reviewing my profile. Any advice you have would be much appreciated
Age: 29 years
Nationality : Indian
Undergrad: Computer Science Engineering, CGPA: 7.18/10
Post Grad: MBA for a very good institute ,
Work Ex - 4 years as an Sales Manager in an IT Company. Good Performance but nothing exceptional.
Extracurriculars: Not very impressive. did some community work and organized quite a few events in college but nothing after that.
Others: Cleared all three levels of CFA and both levels of FRM
I am looking for a career in Finance and Banking Industry.
1. Considering my high GMAT Score and low GPA, Please suggest a few colleges which would give high weightage to my GMAT Score.
2. Do I stand a chance at H/S/W?
3. What are my chances in other top 20 b-schools ?
4. Which schools to target?
5. Since I already have an MBA degree, will it make my acceptance tougher than usual?
6. Could you suggest a few schools as safe choices ?
Thanks in advance for reviewing my profile and providing much needed guidance.
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