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  • Typical Day of a UCLA MBA Student - Recording of Webinar with UCLA Adcom and Student

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New post 27 Jun 2018, 03:59
Dear Sir,

I have 9 years of work experience in manufacturing industry. I have done done my BE Mech with 64.5% & 12th with 65%. I wanted to know how much gmat score should I need to get into TOP mba colleges in world?

Do I stand a chance to get admission in top mba colleges??
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New post 28 Jun 2018, 19:09
Hi there,

The best place to start when evaluating which programs you're competitive for is to check out the class profiles that each school publishes. Those will give you a sense for the average GMAT, GPA, years of work experience, etc. For the top programs in the US, the average GMAT score is around 720-730. In your case, with 9 years of work experience, you're likely out of range for the top programs in the US but could could consider an EMBA or some of the European MBA programs that skew a bit older.

Best of luck to you!

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VantagePointMBA wrote:
Hi there,

The best place to start when evaluating which programs you're competitive for is to check out the class profiles that each school publishes. Those will give you a sense for the average GMAT, GPA, years of work experience, etc. For the top programs in the US, the average GMAT score is around 720-730. In your case, with 9 years of work experience, you're likely out of range for the top programs in the US but could could consider an EMBA or some of the European MBA programs that skew a bit older.

Best of luck to you!

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Dear melody,

U mean to say that top programs do not take people with more work experience?? But I heard that work experience for people doing mba varies from 5 yrs to around 15-20 yrs.

What do I have to do to get into top colleges in world??
Can you guide??


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Hi there,

I understand that there's a lot of conflicting information out there about MBA admissions! In general, admitted students to the top MBA programs tend to skew around 4-6 years of work experience in the US. That's not to say that more experienced applicants aren't admitted but it's less common.

Our services guide applicants through the entire application process but folks typically start working with us when they're further along in the process than you are. I recommend taking the GMAT and see where that puts you and then you can evaluate your next steps from there.

We wish you all the best!

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Hi there,

I understand that there's a lot of conflicting information out there about MBA admissions! In general, admitted students to the top MBA programs tend to skew around 4-6 years of work experience in the US. That's not to say that more experienced applicants aren't admitted but it's less common.

Our services guide applicants through the entire application process but folks typically start working with us when they're further along in the process than you are. I recommend taking the GMAT and see where that puts you and then you can evaluate your next steps from there.

We wish you all the best!

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Thanks again for your reply.

Will Executive Assessment exam will be benificial for me in place of GMAT????

Is Executive MBA is part time MBA or its a full time MBA with senior people.

Which kind of program is better?? Normal MBA or executive MBA??


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New post 29 Jun 2018, 08:17
Hello again! A few EMBA programs have started accepting the EA but not all so I suggest checking out the admissions requirements for your target schools to confirm what test scores they accept. From there you can decide which test makes sense for you.

EMBA programs are typically part-time in nature and are geared towards mid-career professionals with managerial responsibilities.

No program is objectively better than the other. It completely depends on what your goals are and what you hope to get out of the MBA.

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