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My grad degree sucked. Does that matter?

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Guys, im preparing for gmat and im hellbent towards it. But there's a twist. I completed my 4-year grad degree in 7 years, due to some medical conditions. Though i started to work too and have 3.5 yr experience. Will the grad score matter? 3 year backs!!! I wanna be in atleast top 30 b-schools.

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Adi, it's indeed difficult to answer with absolute certainty. However, if you do have a solid ground to defend the 3.5 delays, then you need not worry. I would recommend that you contact an admission consultant and discuss your profile in depth. All the best.
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Ok. Thanks a lot.

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Guys, im preparing for gmat and im hellbent towards it. But there's a twist. I completed my 4-year grad degree in 7 years, due to some medical conditions. Though i started to work too and have 3.5 yr experience. Will the grad score matter? 3 year backs!!! I wanna be in atleast top 30 b-schools.

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adijoshi247 , Whatever has happened is over now. The medical condition was not in your hand. What is in your hand is a good GMAT score , a good application and a better future now. So, instead of thinking all this, what I suggest you to brush up your skills and get an awesome GMAT score.

Then work on applications and school search. Try to get under top 30. If it happens, well and good. If somehow you are not able to get into top 30, there are more ways to get success in life.

So, just do it and forget about those 3 years of life. :)
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