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which B schools to apply?? [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2013, 09:03
i need a help regarding B schools application..i will gain 1 year of work ex in jan 2014..and I'm also planning to apply to B schools in jan..so,which schools should i apply to maximise my chances of acceptance..if i score around 680-700..as most of the top B schools require 3 years of work ex..i m really confused ..please help me out ..!!!

my wish list is:
NYU,stern
kellog
UCLA
MIT,sloan
so is it worth to apply to these schools with the above stats. if not then please tell me which schools to apply ..
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Re: which B schools to apply?? [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2013, 09:10
rahulkhatri2412 wrote:
i need a help regarding B schools application..i will gain 1 year of work ex in jan 2014..and I'm also planning to apply to B schools in jan..so,which schools should i apply to maximise my chances of acceptance..if i score around 680-700..as most of the top B schools require 3 years of work ex..i m really confused ..please help me out ..!!!

my wish list is:
NYU,stern
kellog
UCLA
MIT,sloan
so is it worth to apply to these schools with the above stats. if not then please tell me which schools to apply ..


Think you answered your own question. Most schools require 3 years worth of work experience and yet you plan on applying with 1 year work experience. Also 680-700 is likely to be the average score for the schools for your list. You will not stand out compared to the competition. That combined with low work ex means that unless you have done something extraordinary, you're best off waiting a couple more years before applying.
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Re: which B schools to apply??   [#permalink] 02 Oct 2013, 09:10
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