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Joined: 12 Aug 2018
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Location: India
GMAT 1: 730 Q49 V40
GPA: 3.25
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Originally posted by akmsiva on 12 Aug 2018, 09:49.
Last edited by akmsiva on 22 Nov 2018, 05:13, edited 4 times in total.
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New post 14 Aug 2018, 19:24
Hi akmsiva,

Thank you for your post. I would encourage you to do more baseline research before beginning to develop an idea around schools. Even cursory research would unfortunately reveal that the schools you've listed are too ambitious at this time. Please read through the links below carefully.

Indian applicants with a 690 GMAT have only a 2% acceptance rate to the top 20 programs at the U.S., which is extremely low. It is even lower for the programs you've listed. In fact, Indian applicants with a a 690 GMAT have only a 13% acceptance rate to U.S. programs ranked in the 20s, 30s, and 40s. Please conduct careful research (links below), recalibrate your expectations, and try to boost that GMAT score (at least a 730 or 740 if you want to consider programs even in the back end of the top 25).

Please also review work experience levels for top programs. At most schools, the average age is 28 years old and the average work experience is around five years. Doesn't mean you need exactly that amount of work experience, but applying with one year of experience to enroll with two years of experience is too low. You should keep working hard, building leadership experience, creating positive impact at work and outside of work, and trying to boost that GMAT score. Best of luck! ... 39142.html ... 56968.html ... on-process

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