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Location: India
Concentration: Operations, General Management
GMAT 1: 700 Q49 V35
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WE: Consulting (Consulting)
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Hey mbaMission

I have a GMAT score of 700 (Q49, V35) from last year. I again appeared for GMAT again this week but faired badly so I canceled the scores. I cannot take the test again and hence, I would like to apply using 700 only. Coming to my profile -

I am an Indian male with work experience in sales & marketing analytics for about four years. I am in a client facing role and managing a team of 6 people. I have good academics (topper in schools and 90%ile in college) but not impressive extracurriculars. I am aiming schools such as - Carey, Kelley, Tepper, Eli Broad (Michigan), Questrom, USC Marshall, Emory. What do you think about my chances of getting admitted? One constraint that I have is the scholarship. I would not be able to pay full-tuition fees or take a loan.

I know the information is very limited but any help would be highly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

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Naval

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New post 29 Aug 2017, 21:44
Hi there, and thanks for writing! From the basic information you've provided on your profile, it seems that these schools likely are within your range. However, it's tough to say about scholarships - generally, scholarships are awarded to candidates whose GMAT scores are above the average for incoming students and who have strong overall profiles (in terms of academics, fit with the school, and professional/personal impact).

Hope that helps a bit! :)



navalgupta39 wrote:
Hey mbaMission

I have a GMAT score of 700 (Q49, V35) from last year. I again appeared for GMAT again this week but faired badly so I canceled the scores. I cannot take the test again and hence, I would like to apply using 700 only. Coming to my profile -

I am an Indian male with work experience in sales & marketing analytics for about four years. I am in a client facing role and managing a team of 6 people. I have good academics (topper in schools and 90%ile in college) but not impressive extracurriculars. I am aiming schools such as - Carey, Kelley, Tepper, Eli Broad (Michigan), Questrom, USC Marshall, Emory. What do you think about my chances of getting admitted? One constraint that I have is the scholarship. I would not be able to pay full-tuition fees or take a loan.

I know the information is very limited but any help would be highly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

Best
Naval

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