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Does Experience really matter?

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I am an Engineering student (CS IT ) having 75% CGPA interested in MBA abroad ( Outside India ). The problem is... I don't have any experience and do not intend to have any before MBA.

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I am looking for admission to Said Business School Oxford University.. Is it possible?

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Are there any other business schools out-there that offer MBA (full-time) without Experience??? Is so plz list some reputed ones

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I started my GMAT prep now. Expected to take the test somewhere this Dec.. 50 questions per day.. total approx 14,700+ questions and unaccounted online Ready4GMAT app questions... I am using Official guide, Ace the GMAT in 40 days and Kaplan Text prep plus... All 2018 version... Any problem?

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I am an Engineering student (CS IT ) having 75% CGPA interested in MBA abroad ( Outside India ). The problem is... I don't have any experience and do not intend to have any before MBA.

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I am looking for admission to Said Business School Oxford University.. Is it possible?

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Are there any other business schools out-there that offer MBA (full-time) without Experience??? Is so plz list some reputed ones

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I started my GMAT prep now. Expected to take the test somewhere this Dec.. 50 questions per day.. total approx 14,700+ questions and unaccounted online Ready4GMAT app questions... I am using Official guide, Ace the GMAT in 40 days and Kaplan Text prep plus... All 2018 version... Any problem?

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It is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get into an international MBA program without experience.
And it is not recommended either. For people with no experience, the option available is MiM.
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Can GMAT be used for Masters in Management admission?

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As far as I know it can. You can refer to the websites of the various institutes to understand their respective admission processes and requirements.
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Yes, it can. A list of all the programs that accept the GMAT exam can be found here.
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