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New post 09 Sep 2005, 02:03
Hi Scott
I am a 22 years of age male from India.
After GMAT I am stuck at which schools might accept my application so that i can apply to the ones which are the best i can get into. Please help me out.
My background is:-
1.) extremely good academics in school level with 92% and 85.2% in class X and XII.
2.) Electronics and Communications engg from National Institute of Technology, Trichy( one of the premeir engg. colleges in India).CGPA was 7.1 out of 10.(dunno how they convert that to US case u case pls tell me)
3.) I have 1 year work exp. in VERIZON India and am presently working with Samsung now. So by the time i get inot MBA i would be having 2 years of work exp.
4.) Have really good extracullicular and sports activities histroy.
5.) GMAT score is 670(Q50,V29) 95%le in Math and 56%le in Verbal

Kindly answer all the Queries that i have put above and Please let me know the best places across the US and the globe, where i can at get the admit in my case. I want to get to the best posssible which i can get into at my level now.
Thanking You.
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New post 13 Sep 2005, 06:35
I can't really help you with converting your CGPA. That will depend on the scholl which you are applying to. Some ask that you translate it (and tell you how to do it), while others just ask for the raw score.

I'm not sure of what other questions you have, other than where to apply now. I also can't really help you there, since I don't know what you want to do after school, where you want to live, etc.

This isn't the answer that you want to hear, but I recommend getting at least another year of work experience under your belt before you apply. You will need that in order to gain some more leadership experience and set yourself apart from a pool of very similar-looking applicants!



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