Hello everyone. I'm a student of civil engineering from INDIA. I wish to prepare for GMAT and study in one of the best business colleges of the world. As MBA there is very expensive, I would like to join only if I get into top 10 or 20 colleges. I've heard that they ask for minimum two years of work experience. I'm in my final year now. And I plan to apply after getting work experience of one year job. Everyone suggests that I should drop the idea of GMAT because I would never get into the top ten without two-three years' work experience. Kindly guide me for the same. I really want to work hard to get 750+ if work experience is not a resistance.Posted from my mobile device
One thing I would like to ask you is that why do you want to do an MBA. The top 10-15 schools require case study method of teaching and without sufficient experience, how can you contribute to the class in those schools. ,
Moreover regarding the stats you listed that 2-3 years of exp is mandatory, I would like to tell you that for British, French and Spanish B schools( I hope you know which schools I am talking about), 3 years is the minimum requirement. However, For US schools, they can admit you even as a fresher given the fact that you might have done something phenomenal in your UG, making you an exceptional candidate for such schools.
Few days back, I came across a guy who is going to Stanford this fall while having just 2 years of experience and with a 720.
So think about why do you want an MBA.
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