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Profile evaluation: Indian IT female 5+ exp GMAT660(q49,v33)

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Joined: 25 Jul 2012
Posts: 40
Concentration: Organizational Behavior, General Management
GMAT 1: 610 Q47 V26
GMAT 2: 640 Q49 V27
GPA: 4
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Kudos [?]: 14 [0], given: 15

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Profile evaluation: Indian IT female 5+ exp GMAT660(q49,v33) [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2013, 05:49
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Re: Profile evaluation: Indian IT female 5+ exp GMAT660(q49,v33) [#permalink] New post 31 Oct 2013, 17:24
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akhu wrote:
Hi Guys,

I'd be grateful if someone can kindly evaluate my profile. My gmat score are 610,640 and 660(latest) AWA 6.0 (disappointing considering I scored higher in GMAT Prep tests). My profile is as follows:
Std 10: 82%
Std 12: 77%
Graduation: Btech in ECE with Distinction 82%
1 year teaching experience.
4+ years of work experience in one of India's leading IT firms.
lead POC for CSR activities in office.

Sex: Female.

Considering my low GMAT score, I have virtually eliminated applying in any of the tier 1 Universities such as Duke[Fuqua School of Business], Johnson Cornell University, etc.

I intend to apply to the following Universities:
May's Business School
Ernest Scheller College of Business [Georgia Tech]
Pennsylvania state university(Smeal)
W.P. Carey school of business(Arizona)


Is that a good decision? Also let me know if I should also look out for any other universities apart from the ones given above. My GMAT score threw me out of gear, so I really need all the help that I can get.

I am looking for some sort of scholarship too.
Is there any chance that i will be able to make in any of these schools with around 50 % scholarship.


Given your GMAT results, you are being realistic. If these schools support your goals, then it makes sense for you to apply. I can't comment on scholarship chances.

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