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New post 06 Aug 2019, 08:46
Hi need an evaluation of my profile.
Wanting to go for MSC Marketing in Europe next year.

Age : 21
10th IGCSE 84.3%
12th HSC 89.4%
Have just completed an integrated course of Distance B.comfrom Mumbai University ; 1st year 73% 2nd year:71% (TYBCOM result awaited) and a 3 year diploma in Business management and Entrepreneurship; final year gpa 8.5/10

Was awarded 75% scholarship to study undergraduate course.
Leader of the winning team in marketing project competition- tested on marketing skills and marketing plan for a new business
Awarded for "Excellent Contribution" towards school
Selected for scholarship to visit New York for content writing

Have done 2 internships and 1 part time job for a year as digital and content marketing associate.

Giving gmat in October.
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New post 14 Aug 2019, 17:42
Hi Palakbothra,

Thank you for your post. There is not a ton of information to go off of here (and your GMAT score is not yet known), but I will offer a few preliminary thoughts.

As you begin to research schools, my suggestion would be for you to look up and analyze each program's class profile -- and even build a tracking spreadsheet with details for each. Pay special attention to average GMAT scores and GMAT score ranges, as well as to the amount of work experience that students have at each of the different programs. On the GMAT score front, you will generally want to score *above* the average for target programs. It's okay to reach for others where your score is average or a hair below -- and, on the other hand, to consider applying to some where your score is well above average (as somewhat / potentially safer options) -- but the pool of Indian applicants to business-oriented masters programs is crowded and competitive, so aiming above the average is a good initial target. On the work experience side, make sure you note which programs target students who are coming right out of undergrad. Some will, while others will want you to have a couple or a few years of work experience. Be sure to vet all of that. Finally, try to research where graduates from the programs you're looking at go on to work -- which countries, which companies, which roles, etc. -- and whether these employment results align with your interests goals. This will help you get a sense for whether a certain school is a good fit for you from a career opportunity perspective.

I wish you the best of luck!

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New post 15 Aug 2019, 22:46
hey, its a great profile. A good GMAT score is all you need now.
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