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New post 30 Jul 2017, 23:50
abhishekg431 wrote:
Hi,
I recently gave GMAT and got an average score of 650. I request you to evaluate my profile and give me suggestions.

GMAT Score : 650
College: B.Tech, Chem. Engg, IIT Delhi (2015)
B.Tech. CGPA: 6.7
XII : 91.2%
X : 90.8%
School and college level scholar.
English Test : Not given yet.
Work Exp (till now): 2 years : Quality Assurance, Misys, India

Objective : European MBA or Master in Finance and the likes.
Please suggest colleges where its possible to get admitted with such a profile.


Hello Dear Abhishek,
Well since you are very young and have little experience and have a relatively low GMAT, I would advise you to apply not this year but in 1-3 years after you have had the chance to gain more experience and to boost your GMAT. The Indian applicant pool is very very very competitive, and with a low GMAT + low work experience, you are sure to underperform.

Here are a couple of articles specifically about Indian applicants that will help you:
http://admissionado.com/mba/3-tips-for- ... n=mba_blog
http://admissionado.com/mba/to-retake-o ... n=mba_blog
http://admissionado.com/mba/the-tuesday ... n=mba_blog


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