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New post 02 Sep 2019, 23:33
Hi Sir/Ma'am,

I needed your help in my profile evaluation for LSE - Msc Strategy and Management and Warwick - MIM

12th - 91%
Undergrad - Bcom Hons - Delhi University - 71% - 2017
GMAT - 690 Q48 V35
Work ex - 1.5 years - EY as an auditor
6 months and still working - Dye gram - Branding startup as a Business strategist.

Please help me evaluate my chances.

Thank you !
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New post 08 Sep 2019, 10:37

Thank you for your post. There is not a ton of information to go off of here, but my general guidance would be that as an applicant from a crowded and competitive demographic, you should consider whether your GMAT score is enough to stand out from the crowd. Warwick, for example, notes that "a well-balanced score (700+) may strengthen your application." This is even more pronounced when applying from the aforementioned applicant pool. On the MBA side of things, conventional wisdom is that you should target a GMAT score that is ~30 points above the average for whatever programs they're considering. There's far more to applications that "just scores," of course, so you should also consider how you can go about differentiating yourself in your essays and applications and such as well. I wish you the best of luck!

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New post 13 Sep 2019, 22:00
The profile looks good. Maybe you can improve more on the GMAT score? Its great, just that it can be improved for a higher score!
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