Hi neevat007, most top b-schools offer scholarships based on your merit (i.e. GMAT, GPA, essays). Depending on how the b-schools view and how much they want you, then they'll decide on how much scholarship to offer. There's no way that anyone can really gauge at your chances of receiving scholarship without knowing your stat, but even then, most of the time people still can't tell you because you just might fall in the middle of the pack. Traditionally speaking, people who receive scholarship generally speaking have over a 730 GMAT score (though that's no way a hard number). If I were you, I'd just apply and see where it takes you.
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