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New post 11 Dec 2017, 11:43
Hi,

I am very new to GMAT. I am a graduate (B.Sc - Botany,zoology and chemistry - 2013 passout) and want to pursue a post graduation. Since 2013 i am preparing for bank examinations in India. I was able to qualify prelimiinary exams of most of them but failed in mains examinations. But till now i have not opted for any post graduation degree.

Please advise me if I could pursue a PG programme via GMAT after such a long gap and no work experience. If not then is there any other career options for me so that i can go for post graduation.


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New post 20 Dec 2017, 04:01
[quote="ansr"]Hi,

I am very new to GMAT. I am a graduate (B.Sc - Botany,zoology and chemistry - 2013 passout) and want to pursue a post graduation. Since 2013 i am preparing for bank examinations in India. I was able to qualify prelimiinary exams of most of them but failed in mains examinations. But till now i have not opted for any post graduation degree.

Please advise me if I could pursue a PG programme via GMAT after such a long gap and no work experience. If not then is there any other career options for me so that i can go for post graduation.



In most places a gap of 3-4 years should not matter. especially if you tell them that you were preparing for government examinations. there are wholelot of options availabale to you as is mentioned in some of the replies before me.

Do not worry, keep working hard. All the best.
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