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08 Feb 2007, 08:14
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Hello!!!!
I gave my GMAT a few weeks back and am now researching schools to apply for classes starting in 2008. So interested in knowing other forum members who are also targetting 2008. Would be great if you could also post your profiles...

Here is mine
Indian Male 30 years
Work Ex: 9 years. Currenlty working as a project manager in a consulting company
GMAT :770

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08 Feb 2007, 08:30
Same boat. Took the GMAT a couple weeks ago, researching now. I have narrowed it down to about 10 schools (all in the top 20) by using the "there are other schools on the same level I'd rather go to than x" method. Now I have to start really thinking about it.

White male, 26 yrs old
Work exp: (upon matric.) 5 yrs, with the last 3.5 being in investment research
GMAT: 740 (48Q, 42V)

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08 Feb 2007, 23:17
Hi all,
I'm planning to apply for Fall '08.
Yet to take GMAT.
My Profile-
Indian Male - 22 years(current) - Work ex:3 years at Matriculation.
Undergrad in Engineering - 8.2 on a 10 scale.
Industry - Information Technology!

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10 Feb 2007, 05:19
Hi,

Me too applying in 2008 One with lowest Gmat so far in profiles posted so far.

Indian Male, 25 years,3 years workex (2 years international)
GMAT 710 (Q49 , V37)
Industry IT

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10 Feb 2007, 07:18
Hey faceman,kidderek,mba07 and yogeshsheth...where are y'all located? I'm currently at Chennai, India.
what rankings are you using to research on schools? I've referred to the Financial Times and the Business Week rankings. Any other rankings/resources that you guys use to research schools?

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10 Feb 2007, 07:47
gauravgoyal_g wrote:
Hey faceman,kidderek,mba07 and yogeshsheth...where are y'all located? I'm currently at Chennai, India.
what rankings are you using to research on schools? I've referred to the Financial Times and the Business Week rankings. Any other rankings/resources that you guys use to research schools?

Take the time and read Hjort's reviews / cluster system in the forum. Read Ask Hjort extensively and then go check the Ultra Elite, Elite, Trans Elite, Near Elite forums.

Also, if you look at rankings, even when BW is more "popular", US News is more reasonable. For eg, BW listed Stanford as #11 a couple of years back, and that, as we all know, is BS.

Hope it helps. L.

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10 Feb 2007, 08:47
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

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10 Feb 2007, 11:26
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

'08 here, and I believe us 08ers could really learn a lot from the 07 GMATclub class. I was planning on compiling a bunch of stuff from this forum when I start researching/visiting schools. If you were thinking of putting something together, I know I would get a lot of use out of it and I'm sure others would too.

I'm taking the GMAT in a couple of weeks. 710 is the lowest score so far on this thread...ugh, I'm in BIG trouble.

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10 Feb 2007, 12:06
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

Hey Ryhme,

It would be really heplful if you could make a pdf covering all aspects and put everything in a bundle. There is tons of information available on the net and I am currently lost.
Would be really glad if you could put it in a bundle.

Cheers
Yogesh

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10 Feb 2007, 12:11
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

rhyme, that would be priceless.

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10 Feb 2007, 13:38
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Work Ex: about 2 years right now in consulting, mostly involves telecommunications
GMAT: 780
GPA: 3.8 at a big state school

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10 Feb 2007, 13:56
One thing I would suggest is to start thinking about "What makes you unique ?". The answer to this single question will lead you on an introspective journey. A good reflective answer to this question will help you craft a solid set of essays and ace your interviews.

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10 Feb 2007, 16:44
I found Montauk's book, "Getting Into the Top Business Schools," invaluable.

There are other books out there as well.....other folks, what would you recommend?

And do check out some of the downloads. I think my reco guide is good, the essay tips Rhyme posted were helpful, and while it's a ways away, that huge list of interview questions gives you an idea of the scope.

fun!

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11 Feb 2007, 08:59
gauravgoyal_g wrote:
Hey faceman,kidderek,mba07 and yogeshsheth...where are y'all located? I'm currently at Chennai, India.
what rankings are you using to research on schools? I've referred to the Financial Times and the Business Week rankings. Any other rankings/resources that you guys use to research schools?

Hey Gaurav

Am from Mumbai. I have been using USNews and Business Week.

Cheers
Yogesh

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11 Feb 2007, 16:08
I've been using US News rankings, and they've been sufficient to narrow the list down to 10 or 11 (so far) for me. I've read the other rankings, but as long as the schools show up somewhere in the top 20 in each list, their range of ranks doesn't matter much to me.

I'm located in Boston.

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12 Feb 2007, 05:03

Rhyme, it would be great if you can come up with the e-book you are talking about. Let me know if I can help in anyway by collecting/gathering information from posts/websites etc...

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12 Feb 2007, 05:45
yogeshsheth wrote:
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

Hey Ryhme,

It would be really heplful if you could make a pdf covering all aspects and put everything in a bundle. There is tons of information available on the net and I am currently lost.
Would be really glad if you could put it in a bundle.

Cheers
Yogesh

I'm seriously considering doing it - but I'm not sure how long it will take me. Probably a month at least. Part of the problem is that I'm balancing work, a wedding, selling my place, looking for a new one, and hunting for a car to buy too. It's a busy time right now, but maybe in a few weeks I can get started. Worst case, after the end of May I'll have all the time in the world to do it.

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12 Feb 2007, 06:41
rhyme wrote:
yogeshsheth wrote:
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

Hey Ryhme,

It would be really heplful if you could make a pdf covering all aspects and put everything in a bundle. There is tons of information available on the net and I am currently lost.
Would be really glad if you could put it in a bundle.

Cheers
Yogesh

I'm seriously considering doing it - but I'm not sure how long it will take me. Probably a month at least. Part of the problem is that I'm balancing work, a wedding, selling my place, looking for a new one, and hunting for a car to buy too. It's a busy time right now, but maybe in a few weeks I can get started. Worst case, after the end of May I'll have all the time in the world to do it.

Hey Rhyme,

It would be very much appreciated.

Cheers
Yogesh

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12 Feb 2007, 06:45
rhyme wrote:
yogeshsheth wrote:
rhyme wrote:
I've been thinking of putting together a PDF, or something of an e-book about the application process from start to finish to cover all this stuff.... I wasnt going to do it because I figured no one would need it, but if there are some 08ers here, maybe I'll do it. I figure it'll take about a month.

Hey Ryhme,

It would be really heplful if you could make a pdf covering all aspects and put everything in a bundle. There is tons of information available on the net and I am currently lost.
Would be really glad if you could put it in a bundle.

Cheers
Yogesh

I'm seriously considering doing it - but I'm not sure how long it will take me. Probably a month at least. Part of the problem is that I'm balancing work, a wedding, selling my place, looking for a new one, and hunting for a car to buy too. It's a busy time right now, but maybe in a few weeks I can get started. Worst case, after the end of May I'll have all the time in the world to do it.

Hey Rhyme,

It would be very much appreciated.

Cheers
Yogesh

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12 Feb 2007, 06:53
rhyme wrote:
I'm seriously considering doing it - but I'm not sure how long it will take me. Probably a month at least. Part of the problem is that I'm balancing work, a wedding, selling my place, looking for a new one, and hunting for a car to buy too. It's a busy time right now, but maybe in a few weeks I can get started. Worst case, after the end of May I'll have all the time in the world to do it.

rhyme, if you need any help I'd be happy to chime in. I would not say I can add anything new as it seems you have mastered this process, but maybe I can add some "international students" oriented insights or just help with a 2nd opinion on the materials.

Cheers. L.

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