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10th-87%, 12th-86% Undergrad-76%(top 5 in class)
GRE: 316/340 (Q-164,V-152) AWA- 4/6

Completed undergrad in a private College. Been running my family business since then.
Family business- We own three schools which add up to a strength of 500+ students, I manage the schools and teach maths for 8th, 9th, 10th grade.
Work experience:
Two years part time teaching.
3.7 years Full time teaching/ and performing a managerial role in my schools.

My business Turnover- Around 44,00,000 INR

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Please tell me which colleges I can apply to for an MBA. I'm considering universities in Singapore, UK, USA. I applied to ISB Round 2.
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rohit123 wrote:
10th-87%, 12th-86% Undergrad-76%(top 5 in class)
GRE: 316/340 (Q-164,V-152) AWA- 4/6
At this official GRE to GMAT converter-- you have a 630 GMAT: https://www.ets.org/gre/institutions/ab ... rison_tool
You are probably better off going the GRE route if you do apply as at least the Q score is strong.

Completed undergrad in a private College. Been running my family business since then.
Family business- We own three schools which add up to a strength of 500+ students, I manage the schools and teach maths for 8th, 9th, 10th grade.
Work experience:
Two years part time teaching.
3.7 years Full time teaching/ and performing a managerial role in my schools.

My business Turnover- Around 44,00,000 INR

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Please tell me which colleges I can apply to for an MBA. I'm considering universities in Singapore, UK, USA. I applied to ISB Round 2.

There are a few challenges-- and then a few positives too-- focus on the positives and present your strongest side. I suggest you look at programs with strong family business programs-- as you have some good insight there. You don't have the traditional work experience that can be helpful for adcom to see so make sure you speak about your accomplishments at the school in business terms-- did you drive growth? how? did you initiate cost savings? how? In terms of schools to consider-- look at programs where your GMAT equiv is in range-- Copenhagen, Manchester, Warwick, Case are all some you can look into. NUS may be a stretch-- for US-- look at the higher part of the top 50-- schools in 35-50 range. Some great programs that maybe don't get as much attention but should:
SMU Cox, Babson, BYU, Olin, Owen... just to name a few.

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StratusMBACounselor wrote:
rohit123 wrote:
10th-87%, 12th-86% Undergrad-76%(top 5 in class)
GRE: 316/340 (Q-164,V-152) AWA- 4/6
At this official GRE to GMAT converter-- you have a 630 GMAT: https://www.ets.org/gre/institutions/ab ... rison_tool
You are probably better off going the GRE route if you do apply as at least the Q score is strong.

Completed undergrad in a private College. Been running my family business since then.
Family business- We own three schools which add up to a strength of 500+ students, I manage the schools and teach maths for 8th, 9th, 10th grade.
Work experience:
Two years part time teaching.
3.7 years Full time teaching/ and performing a managerial role in my schools.

My business Turnover- Around 44,00,000 INR

-------

Please tell me which colleges I can apply to for an MBA. I'm considering universities in Singapore, UK, USA. I applied to ISB Round 2.

There are a few challenges-- and then a few positives too-- focus on the positives and present your strongest side. I suggest you look at programs with strong family business programs-- as you have some good insight there. You don't have the traditional work experience that can be helpful for adcom to see so make sure you speak about your accomplishments at the school in business terms-- did you drive growth? how? did you initiate cost savings? how? In terms of schools to consider-- look at programs where your GMAT equiv is in range-- Copenhagen, Manchester, Warwick, Case are all some you can look into. NUS may be a stretch-- for US-- look at the higher part of the top 50-- schools in 35-50 range. Some great programs that maybe don't get as much attention but should:
SMU Cox, Babson, BYU, Olin, Owen... just to name a few.





Thank you so much for replying. Yes, I initiated new teaching methodologies and such. What colleges can I aim at canada? Thank you for replying. Glad that you think I have a shot at top 35-50. What do you think of my GRE score? Do you think I have a chance at rotman or mcgill(desautels)?
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I would keep working on getting a higher score for us schools but you do have time if it is next year. For Canada This chart might help you make a short list http://www.oxfordseminars.ca/GMAT/gmat_profiles.php


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StratusMBACounselor wrote:
I would keep working on getting a higher score for us schools but you do have time if it is next year. For Canada This chart might help you make a short list http://www.oxfordseminars.ca/GMAT/gmat_profiles.php


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yes, mcgill seems plausible. Do you think I have a shot at arizona u's Business School? So can you tell me 5 uni's that are good but I have a good chance to get in? Thanks a lot for you time.
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New post 28 Jan 2018, 03:39
StratusMBACounselor wrote:
rohit123 wrote:
10th-87%, 12th-86% Undergrad-76%(top 5 in class)
GRE: 316/340 (Q-164,V-152) AWA- 4/6
At this official GRE to GMAT converter-- you have a 630 GMAT: https://www.ets.org/gre/institutions/ab ... rison_tool
You are probably better off going the GRE route if you do apply as at least the Q score is strong.

Completed undergrad in a private College. Been running my family business since then.
Family business- We own three schools which add up to a strength of 500+ students, I manage the schools and teach maths for 8th, 9th, 10th grade.
Work experience:
Two years part time teaching.
3.7 years Full time teaching/ and performing a managerial role in my schools.

My business Turnover- Around 44,00,000 INR

-------

Please tell me which colleges I can apply to for an MBA. I'm considering universities in Singapore, UK, USA. I applied to ISB Round 2.

There are a few challenges-- and then a few positives too-- focus on the positives and present your strongest side. I suggest you look at programs with strong family business programs-- as you have some good insight there. You don't have the traditional work experience that can be helpful for adcom to see so make sure you speak about your accomplishments at the school in business terms-- did you drive growth? how? did you initiate cost savings? how? In terms of schools to consider-- look at programs where your GMAT equiv is in range-- Copenhagen, Manchester, Warwick, Case are all some you can look into. NUS may be a stretch-- for US-- look at the higher part of the top 50-- schools in 35-50 range. Some great programs that maybe don't get as much attention but should:
SMU Cox, Babson, BYU, Olin, Owen... just to name a few.



Thank you so much for replying. Do you think I have a shot at georgia tech(schellers)? Their average GRE is 311. What do you think?
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