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New post 06 Jan 2018, 06:49
Hello. I am a graduating undergraduate student and I am interested in doing a master's in management as a precursor to an MBA. I am having trouble finish solid information on these programs along with admission reqs etc. If anybody could help guide me towards a few attainable programs I would be really appreciative. I am a 22 year old male with 3.4 GPA (3.7 last two yeRs) from a Canadian university in a humanities program. I have an international outlook and I am open to possibly do a MiM abroad. I am targeting above 600 on my GMAT re-take. I speak three languages (English, French, Italian). I would like to get some international exposure and experience something new. I am always up for a new challenge. If anybody could recommend some programs that you think would be attainable for me I would be really happy.

Thank you very much.


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New post 29 Jan 2018, 11:42
Hey Emilio,

Overall you have a fair profile.
Here are the strengths

1) Good CGPA
2) A different UG program as compared to the majority of MiM applicants

On the other hand, some things which you will need to be compensated for will be

1) Lack of Internships and Work Experience
2) Extracurriculars -Lack of information on the same

Aim for a 650+ GMAT score, as it accounts for about 25% of your application.
Added to that, with strong essays that highlight your strengths and skills you will have a good shot at getting admission to the top 10-15 MiM programs.

I would also recommend you to take up our free profile evaluation test so that we can assess your profile better and give you more concrete suggestions based on the same.

Click on this link to start the profile evaluation: https://mim-essay.typeform.com/to/tSey1j#01
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New post 29 Jan 2018, 13:13
Abhyank wrote:
Hey Emilio,

Overall you have a fair profile.
Here are the strengths

1) Good CGPA
2) A different UG program as compared to the majority of MiM applicants

On the other hand, some things which you will need to be compensated for will be

1) Lack of Internships and Work Experience
2) Extracurriculars -Lack of information on the same

Aim for a 650+ GMAT score, as it accounts for about 25% of your application.
Added to that, with strong essays that highlight your strengths and skills you will have a good shot at getting admission to the top 10-15 MiM programs.

I would also recommend you to take up our free profile evaluation test so that we can assess your profile better and give you more concrete suggestions based on the same.

Click on this link to start the profile evaluation: https://mim-essay.typeform.com/to/tSey1j#01


Hi, I filled out the evaluation. I look forward to hearing back from you.
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New post 31 Jan 2018, 05:47
Hey Emilio,

Overall you have a fair profile.
Here are the strengths

1) Good CGPA
2) A different UG program as compared to the majority of MiM applicants

On the other hand, some things which you will need to be compensated for will be

1) Lack of Internships and Work Experience
2) Extracurriculars -Lack of information on the same

Aim for a 650+ GMAT score, as it accounts for about 25% of your application.
Added to that, with strong essays that highlight your strengths and skills you will have a good shot at getting admission to the top 10-15 MiM programs.

I would also recommend you to take up our free profile evaluation test so that we can assess your profile better and give you more concrete suggestions based on the same.

Click on this link to start the profile evaluation: https://mim-essay.typeform.com/to/tSey1j#01
_________________

Abhyank Srinet
Founder at http://www.MiM-Essay.com

MSc. in Management(MiM) Admission Consultants

Get consultation from graduates of HEC, ESCP, ESSEC, LBS & Duke

Feel free to message me, if you have any MiM/MSc. related questions or want a detailed Free profile evaluation

Re: Advice and suggestions needed   [#permalink] 31 Jan 2018, 05:47
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