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Help me understand my options.

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GMAT 1: 690 Q49 V34
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New post 20 Jan 2016, 23:02
Hi team,


I am a little worried about my profile. I have a few questions that you might be able to help me with, first of all let me share my profile with you and later I will ask you the question that I have got,
10th - 70% State board (Maharashtra, India), - 2004
12th - 58% State board (Maharashtra, India), - 2006
BSc (Computer Science) - 48% (Symbiosis College, Pune University, India)
* I had backlogs in my final year which I completed in 2012, also I was working during my educational gap.

Presently I am working as a IT Project Manager from past 3 years.
I gave my GMAT on 01/20/2016 and my unofficial score is 690 (Q49 and V34)

Now the question: - What are the odds of getting into a decent B-school? and what are the schools that I can target?
I have already sent my scores to Tippie, Tepper, Fisher, Mannheim and Said business school (Pushed my luck).

Also mail me on akhilgoyal1989@gmail.com so that I can discuss with you about the assistance with further admission procedure like resume, essays, etc..


Thanks,
Akhil Goyal.
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New post 21 Jan 2016, 13:16
Thanks for sharing your profile. I think your GMAT score will put you on range but with a weaker college academic performance and coming from an overrepresented group with common work experience will make things a bit tougher. Your essays will certainly have to stand out to confidently apply. Confirm with me you are looking for more information on how Veritas can help and I can have someone reach out to you.
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New post 21 Jan 2016, 14:10
Thanks for the reply, really appreciate it. However can you help me out with some college options that I can apply to? and to confirm with you, yes I meant Veritas to reach out to me so that I could discuss some consulting with it (provided my budget allows me).
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New post 22 Jan 2016, 09:07
I would say Kelley and Emory should also be on your list however your eventual list will be largely dependent on other factors like location, career goals, etc.

Expect some outreach from me and my team at Veritas to discuss further.
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