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Hi Guys

I have given GMAT and scored a 620 (Q47 V28 IR6).

Since I have crossed the minimum required score for ISB (The only school i plan to apply), I want to give a shot to R1 rounds. I needed your feedback on the following:

1) If this would be right thing to do. Would this score be even considered even though the website says that minimum required is 600
2) What are the chances with such a score to get through
3) Any other good schools to look for with this score
4) How should the ISB application be, as in what is it that they look for in a competing application if score is not up to the mark
5) Any assistance on application from anyone who is applying to ISB this year/anyone who would want to share his/her experience and feedback, would be happy to receive :)

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Angel

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New post 21 Mar 2016, 19:19
1. Yes, it is a good idea to apply. Your score is above the minimum.
2. That depends on the applications they get and on the rest of your profile. You are definitely in the game with such a score.
3. Yes, there are many other good schools that may be interested. I won’t name individual schools, but you should think about what your main areas of interest are and look for a program that covers these.
4. If you are worried about your score, there are many other aspects of your application that can help you. For example, your work experience is important, as is any leadership experience you have had.
5. Beyond that, emphasize what you can bring to the program. This could be something that other applicants may not be able to offer.
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