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New post 09 Sep 2012, 08:57
hi

can u help me with my profile review

M, 32
GMAT - 630
Work ex - 10 years (8 yrs into leadership)

I may nt be able to retake since my wrk schdules are very hectic

i wanna apply to emory - full time mba

do think i stand chance

Can you also share me the schools i shud look for in US and Canada with the kind of GMAT score and profile i have

Am looking for only full time MBA

thanks

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Hello,

Remember that there is much more to your profile than just your GMAT score! A lot depends on your professional experience (the quality, not just quantity), your extracurricular engagement and your community leadership. Though it's not common, it is possible to overcome a 630 score, but it really depends on the quality of the rest of your profile.

Based on what you've told me though, I think you might want to consider an executive MBA program if you can? With 10 years of experience, it seems that would be more suited to your level.

If you're targeting Emory, a 630 may be quite low. Without knowing more about your profile, it is difficult for me to assess your chances. And, without knowing more about your interests/goals, it's difficult for me to suggest schools. I would say that with a 630, I'd suggest targeting Tier 2 schools like University of Maryland, George Washington, etc.

Hope this helps as a start - feel free to provide more info.

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Mili

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