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# Profile evaluation and Target GMAT Score

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14 Oct 2009, 23:53
Hi,

I am working in India in a world known US based MNC. I have been with the same company from the Starting and now have total 5+ year of Exp. My work area consist mainly with the telecom and Banking domain where I have worked for the clients like AT&T and Barclays (UK).

I have a Engineering Degree in Comp Sc. with a decent acads.

I have started my GMAT Prep once again (My First attempt was a big failure) and this time I am very serious about it. By the time I will start application I will have around 6 year of Exp. I would like to ask in order to get in to the Worlds top 25, what should be the GMAT Score I should get and whether my second attempt is going to hurt me badly for admission into my target Institutes.

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MK

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16 Oct 2009, 14:19
Doing the GMAT twice or three times isn't going to be an issue. As for the scores you should be getting, it should be within the school's incoming averages +/- 30 points or so, and ideally as close to the averages. You can check the GMAT averages in any rankings publication to get an idea.
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Re: Profile evaluation and Target GMAT Score   [#permalink] 16 Oct 2009, 14:19
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