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I gave my GMAT on 13 th December so that I could focus on my ISB application for a month and submit it before 15th Jan as I want to apply in round 2. However, my performance in GMAT ruined all my hopes. I scored 660(Q49 V32) . Just wanted to know if I still stand any chance with this score. Please evaluate my profile for ISB. Currently, my focus is on India but am open to opportunities in other parts of the world like US,UK,Singapore and Hong Kong.
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Btech from IIT in 2015. 2.5yrs work ex as software engineer in a startup. Won few quiz competitions at School.Organized events during college fests.Mentored interns and other software engineers during employment. CGPA:8.0 10th -94% 12th 97%
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New post 17 Dec 2017, 05:20
rookielearner wrote:
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I gave my GMAT on 13 th December so that I could focus on my ISB application for a month and submit it before 15th Jan as I want to apply in round 2. However, my performance in GMAT ruined all my hopes. I scored 660(Q49 V32) . Just wanted to know if I still stand any chance with this score. Please evaluate my profile for ISB. Currently, my focus is on India but am open to opportunities in other parts of the world like US,UK,Singapore and Hong Kong.
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Btech from IIT in 2015. 2.5yrs work ex as software engineer in a startup. Won few quiz competitions at School.Organized events during college fests.Mentored interns and other software engineers during employment. CGPA:8.0 10th -94% 12th 97%


Hey there,
Nah, no chance with a 660. Plus you are very very young for an MBA. So take your time with it. If you can get even 50 points higher it will make a HUGE difference, not just in terms of chances, but possible scholarships and options for other schools.


Also as someone coming form IIT you are starting off with a great profile, so its' best to build on it by adding an awesome GMAT, and not be satisfied with a 660.


If you would like, here are two articles about Indian candidates and the GMAT, which I think you might find insightful:
http://admissionado.com/mba/3-tips-for- ... n=mba_blog
http://admissionado.com/mba/to-retake-o ... n=mba_blog

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