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Profile Evaluation: 620/ WE 6.5 y/ tire 50-100

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Profile Evaluation: 620/ WE 6.5 y/ tire 50-100 [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2012, 12:03
I am planning to moving on with my GMAT score (620, Q49 V26).

GMAT: 620 (Q49 V26) Sep 2012
Academic Background: decent. 10th 85%, 12th 70% undergrad: 3.00 (ops!) MBA (from the best of my country) CGPA: 3.33 Major- Marketing, major CGPA: 3.75. topper.

W.Ex: 6.5 year in a telecom giant of 40million sub-base. Promotion in regular interval. Have experience of launching and operating unique distribution model, business and strategic analyst for 3.5 years and continuing. Entire experience is in Sales and Marketing.

Extra C: Led the MBA as Class Monitor (?). Captain of basketball team ... movie club ... brand ambassador of company...

Schools and Programs:
1. Terry, USA
2. Gent, Belgium
3. Tilburg, Netherlands.
4. Edwardsville (S. Illinois), USA
5. W. Madison (The dream one)

I will be applying for Masters in marketing research / analysis

Please don’t ask me to retake GMAT. I don’t want to burn right now. I am planning to move with this score and to retake it next year for my PhD after my masters (!!!)
Please evaluate.
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Re: Profile Evaluation: 620/ WE 6.5 y/ tire 50-100 [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2012, 14:10
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These programs will be more interested in your research interests and career acheivements in the area of your market research interest than the GMAT. They will likely ask you about papers in college, research methodology and what motivates you to an academic career. You should have a good shot at these programs.
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Re: Profile Evaluation: 620/ WE 6.5 y/ tire 50-100 [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2012, 18:25
Thanks for words of encouragement.
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