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Hi All,

Just wanted to check what are chances of getting an admit into Said / Cambridge Full-time MBA in the last round (ie 4th round) for an international applicant with an GMAT score of 670 - 690?

My brief profile - Indian CPA with 4 years of work ex with Big4.
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guys please help with my above query bb carcass souvik101990 abhimahna
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Hello kj1993

Unfortunately that is too little information for a meaningful feedback.
With just 3 data points- GMAT, Nationality and Job Function it is virtually impossible to evaluate a profile.
You candidature is made up of several building blocks such as past academic background and scores (a strong undergrad brand and high GPA might compensate a low GMAT and vice versa), professional experience (not measured in years or industry only but in the depth of work ex- career progress, achievements and performance vs your peers), diversity (how unique is your profile and how will you be a great addition to the class. Extracurricular activities, different set of work experiences, low represented nationality etc can help here) and last but certainly not the least Career goals (specific, realistic and a good fit of future goals with the B School will decide if you are an employment liability or asset).
In absence of info around this, you would get generic advice on these lines- "Considering your Indian background and applying to R3 in the likes of Said/Judge your GMAT looks low since you belong to a large and competitive pool of applicants")
You may want to read here to now what constitutes a profile and here to know what sort of narrative to weave in career goals.

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Hi All,

Just wanted to check what are chances of getting an admit into Said / Cambridge Full-time MBA in the last round (ie 4th round) for an international applicant with an GMAT score of 670 - 690?

My brief profile - Indian CPA with 4 years of work ex with Big4.

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kj1993 wrote:
Hi All,

Just wanted to check what are chances of getting an admit into Said / Cambridge Full-time MBA in the last round (ie 4th round) for an international applicant with an GMAT score of 670 - 690?

My brief profile - Indian CPA with 4 years of work ex with Big4.


Hello kj1993,

Due to a paucity of profile details in your post, as well as a lack of clarity on your career goals, it is difficult to conduct a detailed profile evaluation. However, considering you are Indian, your GMAT is definitely on the lower side (we need to remember that the later rounds get significantly tougher for international applicants and the lo GMAT will not particularly help your case.

Thank you.

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