Hello sandeep31388, thanks for your question.
In targeting suitable schools, a good place to start would be to compile a list of programs that have a mean or median GMAT score close to yours. You should be competitive here. My rule of thumb is that if your GMAT score falls within the middle 80% range at a school, you have a shot. Otherwise, it could be an uphill battle.
I tend to avoid telling candidates where to apply simply because it’s an intensely personal choice that you should make. You will know best which program has:
• Resources that best meets your career needs
• A culture that resonates with your personal style
• Students whom you respect, can relate to, and have fun with!
I encourage all applicants to pound the pavement and talk to students and alumni from your target programs to find the best fit. It’s not easy, I know, but the effort will be worth it in the end, I assure you.
In terms of your profile, I your verbal GMAT score is a bit low, as is your GPA. This could be a challenge for the top programs. In terms of extracurricular activities, what you’ve done more recently has more weight than what you did in university/school.
Your experience in the National Cadet corps could be interesting to write about in essays. When did that take place? The more recent the better!
I hope this helps.
Best of luck,
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