I'll be honest with you, based on what I see here- the amount of thought that you have put into asking this question, it's really hard for me to give you a relevant answer.
This is why- admissions committees will grade you on your work experience, your leadership experience, your commitment to community, your marks, your GMAT, your goals and the relevancy of the school to all of the factors that I have mentioned. The question that you have asked me in your initial post demonstrates a lack of initiative and foresight on your part. I apologize if this frank advice strikes you as harsh or perhaps uncustomary, I just don't want to set you up for failure and that is the path you will head down if you don't start asking the right questions. Just so that I am clear, I will give you a very specific example of what I am talking about. The first thing that you have to know about European business schools is that they seek applicants that have a higher number of work experience years. This is one of the most basic pieces of information that you should know about European programs. If you look at applications from these schools, you will see that many of them have a minimum work requirement. You will also see that the average age of the student body is much higher than your age. What does this mean for you? Several things- you have not done that much research, you don't have enough work experience, and that your low grades and GMAT score are just the beginning of your problems.
You need to have a sit down- with yourself. You need to realistically evaluate your competitiveness by first understanding what questions you should ask. I have mentioned this to several of my clients- no one will care more about your application than you will. For heaven's sake, look at the grammar that you used in your post. I could barely understand what you were asking. I know that you were probably in a hurry and that this forum is anonymous, but take some pride and consideration in an effort that will benefit you and your chances at a school. I mean this in the best possible way.
I am planning to apply for msc in management in 5 sai b schools in france and essec b school,i finished my ug this yr and i have oly 5.94 gpa in a 10 point scale from anna university chennai and my gmat is around 650 im good in extracurricular activities i need to know will i get admit in any bschool,of sai lik hec,em lyon,escp or essec so pls guide me about this
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