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Rutgers with 600 score

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Rutgers with 600 score [#permalink] New post 13 Jan 2013, 09:49
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Re: Rutgers with 600 score [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2013, 08:47

Well you can try your chances in b-schools by clicking An avg. profile and GMAT can be offset by submitting strong application essays and working hard on interviews. As application essays constitute significant role in b-school selection, you need to skillfully write and mention about leadership qualities & professional achievements. Similarly, you need to position well during final interviews. For more information on interview preparation & tips, visit .

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montgomery280 wrote:
Age: 28
Female, Indian
GMAT: 600 (second attempt);
GPA: 3.3

Career interest: Marketing/ social and digital media

Target college:
1. Rutgers (have a gre score of 308 apart from gmat at 600. which of the two scores will better my chance at Rutgers?)
2. Temple
3. Thunderbird
Please suggest any colleges that I can possibly apply to with my score. I know my score is not very high but I cannot write the GMAT again.

Educational background:
Graduation in commerce (High ranked college in India)
MBA (Top 20 college in India)
Masters in Commerce (India)

Work experience- total 4 yrs
Domain: Qualitative market research
Market research company: 2 yrs
Brand consulting: 1yr
Others (Sales): 1 year
(Both companies are thought to be the best names in the world to work for)
Have a very strong and quick growth record and can provide very good recos.

Extra curriculars:
Very active in college (edu related). Shows leadership qualities, ownership of responsibility and peer mentoring.
Won awards for professional excellence (Job related)
Scholarship: Dont need any funding.
Will be happy to have any suggestions on schools I must apply to. I am not aiming very high but preferable top 40.

Thank you so much in advance.


GMAT-750 Work Exp-10 yrs. MBA-Top 10 FT Ranking B-School
Under Grad- Top 30 College in Asia

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Re: Rutgers with 600 score [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2013, 03:05
I do not know the reason why most of the rutgers post has been deleted? It made me think curios.

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Re: Rutgers with 600 score   [#permalink] 02 Oct 2013, 03:05
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