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Calling all Rotman(Toronto) MBA Applicants(2019 Intake)-Class of 2021

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Hi I am planning to apply by round 1, is 700 GMAT good enough for Rotman.
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Hi I am planning to apply by round 1, is 700 GMAT good enough for Rotman.


A 700 is a decent score. However, Indians tend to have a higher overall score, thus it would be better if you have an above average score.
Having said that a high score doesn't guarantee an admission; it's the overall profile that matters.

If you want to know your eligibility you might want to post a glimpse of your profile in the Rotman profile evaluation page. I am sure experts would be the better people to provide you the required feedback.

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Hi I am planning to apply by round 1, is 700 GMAT good enough for Rotman.


The average GMAT score for Rotman in the last 2 years is around the 670 mark

I think it is very difficult to suggest if you have a good chance with the GMAT score,
but I would agree that the chances of getting through might be a little more difficult
this year. You could post your detailed profile for an evaluation by the experts at the below-given link

https://gmatclub.com/forum/please-evalu ... 27367.html
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Hi Class of 2021! I'm Sheila Quiroga and I would like to share my blog, https://wondersuite.blogspot.com, to you that I recently updated. Please do follow my blog and share them on your feed please! You can scroll all the way down or look at the labels button beside to access the important articles. Hope you find this useful!



Thanks for the detailed write-up as always - sheiquiroga

I would like to re-iterate what SugandhaM said. You have been a constant source of
help for all applicants throughout the application journey last year. Hope we will have
you to guide us this year as well.

For those who haven't already read the entire blog, make sure to read at least
the below-given post before you begin to interview for Rotman or any other school :)

http://wondersuite.blogspot.com/2017/07 ... w=magazine
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Hi All,
I am really not sure if this question should be asked here, but it is kind of disturbing me for many days now - Mod may feel free to delete it.

I have six years of expereince working with Government and non-profit in India (Managerial positions) and starting this July 2018 - I have moved to Toronto as a Permanent Resident. I am now working as Sales and Customer Service Represntative and trying to find even a better job simultaneously.

Now the questions:
1) Do you really think it makes sense for me to do a MBA now? My expereince in India is in different space and I am 31 now. Also what I am doing now is different. Moreover, I want to have a career in sales and marketing now - Not sure where I am going with this.
2) Having said the above, do you think a costly program like Rotman is a good investment - now or in future?

Please do share your expereinces and thought - I am totally against a wall.

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Hi All,
I am really not sure if this question should be asked here, but it is kind of disturbing me for many days now - Mod may feel free to delete it.

I have six years of expereince working with Government and non-profit in India (Managerial positions) and starting this July 2018 - I have moved to Toronto as a Permanent Resident. I am now working as Sales and Customer Service Represntative and trying to find even a better job simultaneously.

Now the questions:
1) Do you really think it makes sense for me to do a MBA now? My expereince in India is in different space and I am 31 now. Also what I am doing now is different. Moreover, I want to have a career in sales and marketing now - Not sure where I am going with this.
2) Having said the above, do you think a costly program like Rotman is a good investment - now or in future?

Please do share your expereinces and thought - I am totally against a wall.

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Hi Abhijeet,
Your current position seems to be considerably lower than your positions back in India. That may work for the short term as you get your foothold in a new country, but it will start bothering you soon. An MBA will give you access to a local Canadian network that will be crucial in finding good jobs. Secondly, a managerial level marketing job will require an MBA, so an MBA seems like a good idea afterall.
You can debate whether Rotman is the right choice or not, from a duration and cost perspective. Do you want to be away from work for two years or would you rather do a one year MBA, more aligned with your age? Here's an interesting comparison I found on a b-school website to calculate the ROI of Canada's top two MBAs. Have a look: https://www.ivey.uwo.ca/mba/finance/opp ... alculator/
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abhijeets13 wrote:
Hi All,
I am really not sure if this question should be asked here, but it is kind of disturbing me for many days now - Mod may feel free to delete it.

I have six years of expereince working with Government and non-profit in India (Managerial positions) and starting this July 2018 - I have moved to Toronto as a Permanent Resident. I am now working as Sales and Customer Service Represntative and trying to find even a better job simultaneously.

Now the questions:
1) Do you really think it makes sense for me to do a MBA now? My expereince in India is in different space and I am 31 now. Also what I am doing now is different. Moreover, I want to have a career in sales and marketing now - Not sure where I am going with this.
2) Having said the above, do you think a costly program like Rotman is a good investment - now or in future?

Please do share your expereinces and thought - I am totally against a wall.

Best,


Hi Abhijeet,
Your current position seems to be considerably lower than your positions back in India. That may work for the short term as you get your foothold in a new country, but it will start bothering you soon. An MBA will give you access to a local Canadian network that will be crucial in finding good jobs. Secondly, a managerial level marketing job will require an MBA, so an MBA seems like a good idea afterall.
You can debate whether Rotman is the right choice or not, from a duration and cost perspective. Do you want to be away from work for two years or would you rather do a one year MBA, more aligned with your age? Here's an interesting comparison I found on a b-school website to calculate the ROI of Canada's top two MBAs. Have a look



Hi Namita,

Thanks for your revert!

This is exactly where I am confused. I do not have a background in sales and marketing, nor do I have any expereince in it. How will an MBA help me without any relevant expereince? In this scenario, a year-long MBA looks a gamble becasue 80% class gets placed over six months (generally) and this is when all of them have sector-specific expereince. On the contrary, Rotman takes away 2-years and gives some comfort in the placement rate of the class.

or maybe I simply work for next 2-3 years and then comeback for an MBA - In this case, I will be way above the average age of the class and this might lower my selection chances

I hope you got my dilemma.

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Hi guys,

It might be a silly question, but I wanted to know if it is required for me to write TOEFL or IELTS if I graduated with a bachelors degree from National Institute of Technology, Warangal?

Thanks, in advance.
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Hi guys,

It might be a silly question, but I wanted to know if it is required for me to write TOEFL or IELTS if I graduated with a bachelors degree from National Institute of Technology, Warangal?

Thanks, in advance.


Hey mishraShubham

As far as Canadian B-Schools(in general) go, IELTS is preferred over TOEFL.
Also, Rotman does not have any preference and both are accepted.

Got this from the ROTMAN website
Note: Students in India and Pakistan do not require further proof of English
language proficiency if they have graduated from an English-language university.


So, if Rotman is the only school you are applying to, you don't need either score.

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