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New post 20 Sep 2015, 23:46
Hi,

It would be great if someone can help in evaluating my profile and suggest if I need to retake the GMAT to improve my score

Have written the GMAT twice.
My latest GMAT score:660 (Q48 V33)
Previous GMAT score: 660 (Q46 V35)

Academics:
Studied in VIT. GPA of 9/10
10th : 94.2 %
12th: 90.6%

I am 28 years female. Working in IT (TCS) in area of Quality Assurance.
Have 7 years working experience with 6 months of Onsite experience.
Have worked for various clients in various domain such as Retail, Banking.

Hobbies: Baking, Cooking, Painting, Reading, veena player

Thanks,
Priya

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GMAT 1: 780 Q51 V48
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New post 20 Sep 2015, 23:51
lpriya wrote:
Hi,

It would be great if someone can help in evaluating my profile and suggest if I need to retake the GMAT to improve my score

Have written the GMAT twice.
My latest GMAT score:660 (Q48 V33)
Previous GMAT score: 660 (Q46 V35)

Academics:
Studied in VIT. GPA of 9/10
10th : 94.2 %
12th: 90.6%

I am 28 years female. Working in IT (TCS) in area of Quality Assurance.
Have 7 years working experience with 6 months of Onsite experience.
Have worked for various clients in various domain such as Retail, Banking.

Hobbies: Baking, Cooking, Painting, Reading, veena player

Thanks,
Priya


Hi Priya

The rest of your profile (based just on the inputs you have provided) looks good, except for two things. The first is your GMAT score. At your level of experience, this might well work, but if you can increase this a bit it will help your chances. The second is the fact that you work in QA, which can be seen as backend and only technically relevant work (even though it might not be so). Therefore having clear goals, a strong connect to ISB, and a good showcase of your professional achievements to make an impact will be very important. Your experience is high in terms of magnitude so use that as an advantage to showcase what you will bring to ISB.

Overall, if you feel you underperformed on the GMAT, retake. If you feel this is probably a fair representation of what you can get (given that this was your second attempt), go ahead.
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