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Requesting Profile Eval - Avg GMAT - 9+ yrs of exp

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Requesting Profile Eval - Avg GMAT - 9+ yrs of exp [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2013, 10:19
Hi,

Please help me evaluate my profile and which schools should I target ?

1) 9 years of work ex with Accenture, Mphasis, Cognizant and IBM. Worked in US and in Netherlands.
2) GMAT 600 (wrote twice, 1st Q40V33 2nd attempt Q43V28)
3) Bachelors in Computer Application (66%) followed by Masters of Computer Applications (67%)
4) A couple of professional annual awards at IBM
5) A minor finance module certification by Natonal Stock Exchange, Mumbai
6) Targeting 1YR and 2 YR MBAs (Schools such as Boston College, Rutgers, Olin, Thunderbird, and a couple of schools in EU such as Vlreick and Erasmus)
7) Applying in R1 2013-2014
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Re: Requesting Profile Eval - Avg GMAT - 9+ yrs of exp [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2013, 08:57
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Hi viveka6405,

Thanks for your post. Regarding your application, the largest recommendation I have is regarding your GMAT score. I do recommend you take the test again. One thing that is important to remember is that on your application, your highest score is self-reported, which is why admissions teams focus on your best score. There is no harm in taking the test again.

If you'd like, we provide free GMAT advice here: http://www.stacyblackman.com/test-prep-hub/. MBA.com also provides 2 free official practice tests.

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