I'm looking for some help.
Here's my profile
26, from Pakistan, went to the top university/business School in Pakistan, gpa 2.5. 3 years of work experience with well known organizations. gmat 680. Not a lot of money.
I just wanted to know which schools in the US should i be targeting? I don't know how to go about it.
Any help would be welcome. Also, which ranking is the best (ft, economist
You have a nice profile with good academics.
Per your Profile and GMAT score I would recommend you to target Kellogg, Kelley, Tepper, Duke and Purdue etc. As the average GMAT Score for these B-Schools fall in between 650-790 range.
You are in perfect stage of your career and around 3-5 years of work experience is what most B Schools look for.
However you would need to cleverly prepare yourself for questions like why you had a low GMAT score, your rationale behind applying for a specific B school, so on and so forth.
The next step for you is to focus more on your application essays & recommendations for these Business Schools. Hence it would be highly advisable to seek assistance from professional consultants for guidance on preparing a good letters of recommendations and get your essays/scholarship essays evaluated before sending it out along with your application.
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to see more about online Essay Evaluation and http://www.general-ed.com/mba-counseling
to see how General Ed can help you with MBA counseling and Business School Selection Process.
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Also visit http://www.general-ed.com/b-school-selection-process
, this can help you to select the business school as per your requirement and profile and visithttp://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
here you can find your chances of getting admit in a business school chosen by you.
Feel free to post any other query or concern that you might have.