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New post 23 Apr 2017, 01:50
Hello,

I am having 5.5 years of experience in IT industry in India and want to move out of coding and persue MBA to get into business side. I want to persue MBA which does not cost much and gives me a job opportunity as well. I am open to persue in other countries as well.

I have planned my GMAT on 9th May 2017 but not sure if I will get good score.

Please help!
Thank you in advance!

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Prerna

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New post 23 Apr 2017, 19:51
Hi Prerna ,
- You should have a list of your target b schools and the programs you are interested in.
- You should check out the GMAT score needed for your target programs. Then, you should prepare to do well on the GMAT.
-A score around 700 is excellent and should suffice for most of the target programs.
Since you have GMAT in about 2 weeks, I hope you have taken practice tests to gauge your performance and current ability.
For practice tests, you should stick to GMAT Prep tests as they are the most accurate representation of the GMAT.
- Revise your error logs and try to work on the weak areas.

All the best for your GMAT!
Hope this helps!! :)
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New post 23 Apr 2017, 21:29
Thank you for your reply!
Which country can give me MBA which costs less ?

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