As your GPA is not very high, it would be better for you to score slightly higher in GMAT. This is one parameter which is still in your control. You have ample time before the first and second round of applications.
You should aim for higher ranked colleges. The target colleges you mentioned are not very difficult to get in. Do you have international experience? If not, that might be one more area to focus on sometime before your application. If I were you, I would aim for top colleges and not the ones that you mentioned in your message. Start with FT and US news rankings and find more information on top colleges. Research about them. Use linkedin and find people in your network and speak to students and alumni of those colleges. Good luck!www.InterviewBay.com
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MBA | Finance | Consulting | General Mgmt
I am 25yrs, Male, Indian,
Qualification: B.E(Hons) Mechanical Engineering. M.Sc(Hons) Chemisry
Grad School: BITS-Pilani.
Work Exp: 3yrs currently (4yrs at the time time of matirculation.) in Alstom India Ltd. (Hydro powerplant). We manifacture turbines, generators, Valves required for a hydro powerplant.
Work Profile: Implementation of lean manufcaturing principles to improve manufacturing outputs.
Prepare methods & process for machining workshop.
Actively involved in athletics in school.
Always part of the Hostel team in basketball, cricket & football in colleges.
I was the ELECTED SPORTS REPRESENTATIVE for the Council of STudents Affair in College.
Was part of the National Cadet Corps for two years.
I want to pursue MBA in operations. Want to be the Operations director of a manufacturing firm.
Preferred schools: Fischer, Terry, Kenan-flagler, TAMU
Kindly suggest me schools where my profile will fit in too...these are the schools i knew through my friends...
Should i give GMAT again to improve my chances of getting into these colleges