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Profile Evaluation- Indian, IT male

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Joined: 22 Aug 2012
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Location: India
GMAT 1: 700 Q48 V37
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I am an Indian IT engineer(Analyst Programmer) working in Accenture. I just took the GMAT yesterday an scored a 700. I have a work experience of about 4.5 years. I have an average GPA.

I primarily work on business application for a leading company in the Hospitality sector.
I am planning to apply to UNC(Kenan Flagler), NUS, NTU, ISB.

Can anyone throw some light on my chances to get into one of these courses.
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New post 14 Sep 2012, 03:34
rajadeejay wrote:
I am an Indian IT engineer(Analyst Programmer) working in Accenture. I just took the GMAT yesterday an scored a 700. I have a work experience of about 4.5 years. I have an average GPA.

I primarily work on business application for a leading company in the Hospitality sector.
I am planning to apply to UNC(Kenan Flagler), NUS, NTU, ISB.

Can anyone throw some light on my chances to get into one of these courses.



Hi, while your score is in the range of your target b-schools, I would say you should work very hard to submit a great application. The b-schools on your list are over-subscribed by Indians (any that aren't?? :roll: ), so you are up against huge competition.

Remember to demonstrate, in your application:
1. career progression
2. well thought out career goals - they should be a progression to your career of 4 years
3. achievements - work related and personal
4. interests and passions outside work
5. Mostly, maturity in handling all of this.

Hope that helps,

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