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# Profile Evaluation-GMAT 710 work ex 3 Years

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18 Sep 2012, 01:13
Profile Evaluation-GMAT 710 work ex 3 Years

GMAT Score: 710

Indian, Male, 27 years

Graduated in CSE(Computer Science and Engineering) from a reputed university of India in 2009, CGPA: 6.82/10(68.2%)

Work Experience: 3 years in IT industry working for one of India's largest securities depository Limited(November 2009- present)
-Currently working as a software developer with TCS
-Supervising a team of 4 people

No community or extracurricular activites toshow nay leadership abilities.

I want to do 2 year full time MBA ,preferably in Finance or Marketing

Please suggest if my profile makes a decent one for a good B-school.
If yes, which ones should i target?I would like to apply in 6-8 good B-schools depending upon my profile

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As I am sure you have realized, your profile is very common and your application pool is very deep. This is a bad combination. A 710 GMAT is a good score to be sure, but will be average in your applicant pool. If looking for US schools, I would target the lower end of the top tier (top 25) and 6-8 schools as you indicate is a good strategy. I would do half in round 1 and the other half in round 2. Try to focus on the things in your experience base which are different from the next guy who has a similar profile on paper. You must find a way to stand out from the crowd, since your acheivements are very similar to thousands of other applicants.
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