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New post 01 Oct 2018, 22:30
Hi, this is Vicky Singh and following is my profile

1. 10th- 76% 2007
2. 12th- 71% 2009
3. Graduation- Civil Engineering from Vaishnav Institute Indore- 71% 2013
4. Work experience- 5 years (3 years in Trident Group and 2 years in Swastik Infrastructure)
5. GMAT- 730

Please evaluate and suggest which colleges can I apply for in India, US and Canada.
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New post 02 Oct 2018, 18:45
Your post-MBA goals will be a big factor in determining which schools are the right fit for you. Your why MBA/why our school argument rests on the skill gaps you need to fill to achieve your ST & LT goals and you want those skill gaps to align with a school's specialty (finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, etc). It's also not clear from what you shared here if you've been in a business role or an engineering one and that makes a big difference in your candidacy as well. It's much tougher when you are coming from a technical or engineering background since you've had less opportunity to demonstrate business skills or an aptitude for business, not to mention the fact that Indian engineers are very common among b-school applicants. The adcom will also want to see what kinds of extracurriculars you've had, especially post-undergrad.

That said, just based on what you shared here, I'd generally target schools in the 10-25 range based on US News & World Report. In generally you want to at least hit a school's average GMAT & ideally exceed it so you can use that as a guide!
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