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New post 25 Mar 2017, 21:54
Hi Team,
I took GMAT recently and got 680.
(Verbal-33,Quant-49,Analytical Writing-3 & Integrated Reasoning-3).
10th Class- 86% CBSE Board India
12th Class-80.6% CBSE Board India
B.Tech Mechanical Engineering National Institute of Technology-Bhopal India , 78.4%
I have 5 years of experience in Ford Motor Company.
3 years worked as New Car Model Launch Engineer (Production Planning & Facility Implementation)
2 years worked as Process Engineer (Product Quality & Delivery Domain)
Is the above GMAT score good enough to apply for ISB, IIM A/B/C ?
Or do I need to give GMAT again for better score. :?

Post MBA Goal- I want to continue in Automobile Industry.
Also any other B schools where I can apply with this score.

any advice or directions is greatly appreciated.

Thanks :-D
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New post 02 Apr 2017, 17:31
Hmm, question is - if you retake it, can you do better? If you can crack a 720, yes, definitely! But if you think it'll take you 4 months to study for a 690, then probably no. Because you have to keep in mind what you have in the tank when answering this question. At the end of the day, however, a score above 700+ is almost a necessity given your background.

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