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# GMAT 600, IT Exp 2.7 years

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GMAT 600, IT Exp 2.7 years [#permalink]

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21 Oct 2013, 03:39
Hi All,
Below is my career details:

GMAT1: 570 (q48, v23, AWA6)
GMAT2 : 600 (q49, v26, AWA6)

10th : 87%

12th : 80%

Btech : 69%

Experience : 2.7 years

Company : TCS

I am looking for universities with good placement.
I know my score is bad, but still I am hopeful of getting admission.

Please help me to know if I can get some good universities and if any one has any list please attach. It will be a great help for me.
Also if some one knows a better admission counsellor who will be effective in listing out colleges and essays , please let me know.
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22 Oct 2013, 23:04
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Hey there, if you want to start looking based on your GMAT score, just have a look at a list of universities where accepted candidates have a similar score to yours.

In your case it is not going to be the best universities, and since you don't have that much work experience and are pretty young, I'd suggest you consider retaking the GMAT again (or twice if necessary) until you get the highest score you can and THEN apply.
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