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Joined: 27 Dec 2018
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Location: India
Concentration: Finance, International Business
GPA: 3.48
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New post 08 Mar 2019, 22:12
I scored 560(V25,Q41)
I have 2 years of work experience
8+ cgpa / 10 throughout academics .
Please suggest me the colleges(specific) where I can get the admission.
I won't take GMAT again , please be specific.

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New post 14 Mar 2019, 07:49
Hi shahidomer77,

Thank you for your post. Without knowing anything about your profile, work experience, interests, professional goals, or geographic goals, it would be inappropriate for me to make targeted recommendations. I would say, however, that you should note a few things when the time does come for you to try to build a target school list -- that includes whether the schools to which you're applying have minimum TOEFL scores (your Verbal score suggests that if they do, this could become a barrier to entry for you); the average work experience profile of the folks applying (the average among more reputed programs is around five years, which puts you on the lower end, but when you get further down in the rankings, there can be more of a mix); and what jobs, industries, and geographies the graduates of a given program go into (and how this aligns with your own goals).

Along with those factors (and many more), the most glaring determinant I see for you right now is the GMAT score. In the U.S., for example, you'd really have to look toward the back end of the T100 to find schools where your GMAT aligns. So you should carefully research average GMAT scores and GMAT ranges, particularly among Indian applicants, to determine which schools may align. Schools in those tiers of the rankings are often quite small (e.g., 50 to 100 students per class), so there are not many seats to go around. My real advice would be to focus on raising your score, as you're still on the younger side of the common applicant pool and thus have the bandwidth to do so. It doesn't seem like you want to re-take the exam, but boosting your score would open up your options. (And again, please be sure to check TOEFL and language requirements.)

Best of luck to you!!

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