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Calling all ISB Applicants - (2015 Intake) Class of 2016

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Re: Calling all ISB Applicants - (2015 Intake) Class of 2016  [#permalink]

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New post 01 Sep 2015, 06:15
ISBmantra wrote:
Mechmeera wrote:
Im a mechanical engineer. My gmat score is 640 in my second attempt in August 2015.
I worked for 2 year 6 months in 2011-2013 in TCS(CAD project).
I have quit working later for personal reasons.
Can I apply for ISB this year with this score.
Is there any chance for my profile being evaluated?


Hi Mechmeera! With 640, less than 3yrs workex and a gap after 2013, there is hardly any chance at ISB. Understanding your profile and aspirations better, we may be able to propose the most feasible options.

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Can you just explain what can be the most feasible options? Pardon me if you find this question silly.
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New post 01 Sep 2015, 06:22
Mechmeera wrote:
ISBmantra wrote:
Mechmeera wrote:
Im a mechanical engineer. My gmat score is 640 in my second attempt in August 2015.
I worked for 2 year 6 months in 2011-2013 in TCS(CAD project).
I have quit working later for personal reasons.
Can I apply for ISB this year with this score.
Is there any chance for my profile being evaluated?


Hi Mechmeera! With 640, less than 3yrs workex and a gap after 2013, there is hardly any chance at ISB. Understanding your profile and aspirations better, we may be able to propose the most feasible options.

All the Best!
'ISBmantra / EssaySunday Consulting'
http://www.isbmantra.com
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Watch how we work : https://youtu.be/01NYw8WUnMk


Can you just explain what can be the most feasible options? Pardon me if you find this question silly.


No question is silly! :) Most feasible options are those that you are likely to get given your profile and GMAT considering your aspirations. We will need to discuss your profile in further detail to propose any options. If you would like us to contact you, you may mail your contact details to info@isbmantra.com
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New post 12 Oct 2015, 23:14
Hi

Can anyone please tell me that in case of a reapplicant do I have to create a new profile? or the last year's credentials work?

I have already created a new profile though.

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New post 27 Dec 2015, 01:26
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So which cycle is better for ISB... R1 or R2?

So don't bother ... Apply when you are fully ready!

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This should be the main takeaway for the majority of the applicants. I personally feel that CAs, Docs, PSU applicants (generally anyone who can add any form of diversity to the classroom) find it easier in either round :lol:


No... A candidate with a PSU background hardly has any chance in R1 and a CA or Doctor will find it very difficult to get in in R2... Trust me on this one...




Is there any specific reason why it is difficult for CA's and Doctor's to get into MBA programs ?.

I am a Chartered Accountant with experience of 3 years in to IT ERP Consulting with international client facing experience and looking forward to apply for ISB in next fall. Please advise me on my profile.
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