Was searching for schools which do a CV review before application.
The general idea is to assess the student's profile and determine whether he/she fits with the type of candidate the school is looking for.
Now I dont know how truthful these reviews are but then they are still worth a try.
There are three schools that i could locate.I am attaching my CV and the responses below:-
Thank you for your email and CV which I have read with interest. You do have the qualities we look for in an applicant by way of academics and work experience. Your GMAT score is fine.
In terms of the application we recommend spending about 3 weeks over your essays they are your opportunity to showcase yourself and make the Admissions Committee want to interview you. Also do ask a friend to read them and give you feedback. The references are important so I would advise choosing them carefully. Chose someone who knows you well, who will be honest about you, and will sell you to the school.
Thank for your interest in the Cranfield MBA.
You would be required to attain a TOEFL score over 100 (iBT) a PTE academic score of 68 or an IELTS result in Band 7. The course is very intensive, with interactive lectures and a good command of English is required to be able to participate fully.
3. London B school
Thank you for submitting your CV for review.
Having reviewed your profile, I can confirm that you may be a good fit for the London Business School’s MBA. Please see the most recent class profile. A new online application form and application deadlines for the programme starting in August 2014 is now available. To be considered for admission onto the full-time MBA programme, we require a good undergraduate degree or equivalent professional qualification. However, we may consider candidates who do not have a degree if they have worked in a position with a high level of responsibility.
Our collaborative style of learning, which draws from the diversity and excellence of each cohort, is a key feature of our MBA Programme. As such, we expect our students to have sufficient high quality and relevant work experience so as to be able to actively contribute to the learning of others.
We prefer this work experience to be gained after graduating from your undergraduate or post-graduate degree. We may consider work experience obtained while studying for a degree, but the strength of your case will depend on the quality as well as the length of your work experience. Unfortunately, this can only be assessed once we receive your completed application, not before. The average work experience of our students is 5-6 years.
Admission may be granted to candidates who are establishing their careers and who present superior academic credentials with outstanding evidence of leadership through professional and personal experiences.
A good GMAT score is also required. All applicants, without exception, must take the GMAT. It is an important worldwide standardised tool that we use to gauge a number of things in regards to your suitability for the programme. You can visit www.mba.com
to schedule your GMAT.
The accepted range for GMAT is 600-780. Our average for the programme is 700 for both non-native and native English speakers and we advise candidates to aim for a score of 650+ in order to submit a competitive application. However, the GMAT is just one of several admission criteria. Just as a high score does not guarantee admission to the programme, a below average score does not necessarily eliminate a candidate.
I hope this information is helpful Subhajit; please feel free to contact me should you have any further queries.
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Below is my CV/resume attached. Its prepared from the template provided by oxford.
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