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[Profile Evaluation]: Indian Female with 710

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I have a GMAT score of 710 and a low GPA of 6.3/10 from a top university in India(Bits Pilani). I have 3+ years of experience in Data Science Industry. However to enhance my prospects to get into top 10 Universities I am currently planning to do the following items:
1) Increasing my GMAT from 710 to 750+
2) Pursuing a diploma in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and gain a good GPA in the course post completion. ( It will get completed in January 2019)
Do you think investing my time and money in diploma for the next year help my prospects for getting a good scholarship or getting into a good university?

Thank you for your guidance and support!
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Thanks for sharing your profile. I’m not sure getting a diploma in machine learning and AI will do much to boost your application unless this somehow ties into your career goals, especially since the coursework will not be too similar to what you’d expect in your core classes as an MBA 1. Improving your GMAT will have the greatest impact


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Thank you for taking out time to reply! Could you please suggest what I can do to compensate my GPA? I graduated second class.
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Your GMAT will have the greatest impact so if you can improve that it will go the furthest to improving your profile. Also you could take additional coursework at a local university or online class targeting analytical coursework to prove you can handle the quant heavy core courses


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New post 07 Jan 2018, 07:35
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