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What GMAT should I shoot for? [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2005, 14:51
Hi Guys-

Here is my profile. I am taking the GMAT in a couple months and wanna see what I should shoot for (besides best I can possibly do). I have been averaging around 680-700 on the practice stuff.

School choices - HBS, GSB, Sloan, Columbia, Wharton, Kellogg.

Here are the stats:
U.S Citizen - Indian Origin - Male - 29 years old
Undergrad - Computer Engineering. GPA 3.4/4.0 - medium school (not top 10 )
Graduated high school when I was 15 (as though this matters anymore...lol)
11 years of work experience. Will likely be 13 years when I apply.
Published at several conferences (technology)
SUN - 3 years - 4 single inventor patents - Microprocessor Design, O/S design

I have been a serial entrepreneur for the last 9 years.

Founded Company 1: built to 500K in revs and sold - technology consulting

Founded Company 2: currently at about a $750K run rate - technology consulting - continues to survive and managed by strong operator. Might exit out of this company before applying to B-school

Founded Company 3: Infancy stage - no contracts

Founded company 4: Roll-up company in the technology space (currently serve as the CTO) - raised about $40m capital (equity/debt) - offices in East Coast , New Mexico, India, Canada - total of about 150 people in the company. $15m in revs - very profitable

Lots of venture consulting gigs in the last many years.

Actively involved in two very very strong entrepreneurial non-profit groups.

Founder of a community service organization that currently has over 100 volunteers mentoring kids in high school.

Wanted thoughts/opinions on what to shoot for in GMAT and areas that I can beef up over the next couple years. Sorry about the long post.

Thanks
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My advice for GMAT to shoot for isn't really contingent on the background. Should be at least at / above the 80% bar for accepted applicants and a decent target for the schools that you mentioned is 720.
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