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New post 18 Oct 2008, 13:15
Guys,

I got 620 in GMAT and 4.5 in AWA.

Exp : 4 Years
Qualification: CA

Any idea how I stand my chance with LSB?

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New post 22 Oct 2008, 05:01
Admission to any top school, which certainly includes LSB is determined by much more than a GMAT score. While 620 is low (I assume you already realize this or you would not be asking this question), it is not the only thing that goes into a school's admission decision. I suggest taking the GMAT again, getting a score in the upper 600s and prepare a great application package.
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I got 620 in GMAT and 4.5 in AWA.

Exp : 4 Years
Qualification: CA

Any idea how I stand my chance with LSB?

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New post 23 Oct 2008, 01:31
Thanks for your response and appreciate your feedback.

Frankly speaking I really don't have time to prepare again for the GMAT. I am almost nearing the application deadline for B Schools. I know my score is less and I have to concentrate on other parts of my application.I believe I should give a shot, Lets see.

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Murtazayh wrote:
Guys,

I got 620 in GMAT and 4.5 in AWA.

Exp : 4 Years
Qualification: CA

Any idea how I stand my chance with LSB?


Hi,

Are you referring to London Business School (LBS) by any chance? Agreed, that your gmat score is on the lower side but as the previous poster mentioned, the school looks at much more than your gmat score. Even I am a CA and had only 3.5 years of WE when I received my admit to LBS. Being a CA anyways shows that you can handle pressure and the tough curriculum. So you shouldn't worry too much about your gmat score.

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New post 26 Nov 2008, 19:59
I think it is going to be hard...
but it also depends on how much you had in the quant part. LBS looks at it.

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