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# ISB - GMAT cutoff and other criteria

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10 Nov 2011, 10:56
Hi,

On ISB official site I read about no lower level GMAT cutoff. By any chance do we know lowest score they have accepted ever?
I gave GMAT and scored only 620 (Quant - 50 and Verbal - 25), i dont want to try another attempt for GMAT so want to apply based on this score.
I have around 11 years of working experience and currenctly working as a Manager in leading IT organization. At school and college level my greads were above average.

Kindly let me know if there is any point applying at ISB?

Also do we have any other college in India where they accept such low score? I am looking for executive MBA as cannot take gap of more than a year.

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10 Nov 2011, 11:35
dont apply for isb, its not a good idea with 620 score and 11 yr experiance ....

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10 Nov 2011, 11:48
620 is very low for ISB. Unless you have good overall profile, I dont see any point in applying. ISB likes people with international experience. Do you have that? Speak to few ISB students and take a final call. If I were you, I would take GMAT again. It is still in your control. Good luck!

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Hi,

On ISB official site I read about no lower level GMAT cutoff. By any chance do we know lowest score they have accepted ever?
I gave GMAT and scored only 620 (Quant - 50 and Verbal - 25), i dont want to try another attempt for GMAT so want to apply based on this score.
I have around 11 years of working experience and currenctly working as a Manager in leading IT organization. At school and college level my greads were above average.

Kindly let me know if there is any point applying at ISB?

Also do we have any other college in India where they accept such low score? I am looking for executive MBA as cannot take gap of more than a year.

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10 Nov 2011, 12:39
Yes out of 11 i have around 6 years of International experience. I am giving a shot this time. If it works then okay else will try GMAT again. As ISB results will be out within next 3 months.

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20 Oct 2012, 01:22
Yes out of 11 i have around 6 years of International experience. I am giving a shot this time. If it works then okay else will try GMAT again. As ISB results will be out within next 3 months.

hi

so what did isb do?
did they accepted you ?

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27 Oct 2012, 00:26
ISB has something called PGPMAX. did u consider that?

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31 Oct 2012, 02:39
interviewbay wrote:
620 is very low for ISB. Unless you have good overall profile, I dont see any point in applying. ISB likes people with international experience. Do you have that? Speak to few ISB students and take a final call. If I were you, I would take GMAT again. It is still in your control. Good luck!

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I have 710 and around 4+ years of exp. More than 1.5+ years in Malaysia. ISB is my top choice but I m not sure whether 710 could be low to apply?
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07 Apr 2013, 19:23
I have a GMAT score of 720 (Q50, V37) with following other details
Industry : Software Product development with a renowned MNC
Work Ex: 9 yrs (by the time I join)
Extra Curricular: Decent

I wish to continue with the field of technology.

My top choices are ISB and IIMs offering one year executive MBA

It will be really helpful if someone can suggest me what are my chances of getting a call?

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11 Apr 2013, 00:23
Hi,

You have a decent GMAT score with good work experience. The chances of conversion from application to admission depend on how well you can frame your application essays and exhibit leadership skills, achievements at work place and professionalism in final interviews. You can try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://tinyurl.com/c6b6qcu

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I have a GMAT score of 720 (Q50, V37) with following other details
Industry : Software Product development with a renowned MNC
Work Ex: 9 yrs (by the time I join)
Extra Curricular: Decent

I wish to continue with the field of technology.

My top choices are ISB and IIMs offering one year executive MBA

It will be really helpful if someone can suggest me what are my chances of getting a call?

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11 Apr 2013, 01:22
Thanks Neha for the detailed response. I will get in touch with you for further help.

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12 Jan 2014, 06:40
I have a gmat score of 670(q50 v29) GPA is Low.
I have 5 yrs exp. around 6 months international. In a good Software Company.
Do I have a shot at ISB ?

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Re: ISB - GMAT cutoff and other criteria   [#permalink] 12 Jan 2014, 06:40
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