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# Profile Evaluation Needed - GMAT 680

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03 Nov 2012, 09:44

I would appreciate evaluating the below profile for ISB, NUS and HEC, considering there is no time for me to re-take gmat:

GMAT - 680 (49, 33)

Indian/F/23
CBSE 10th = 84%
CBSE 12th = 79%
B.tech (in Computer Sci.) = 8.01/10

Work Experience - By Mar’13, I will have 2yrs of experience.
5months : Trainee + Intern, Infosys Ltd., Mysore, India
3months : Web Programmer, Bulbous Cell Media, Tokyo, Japan
12months : Program Analyst, STS Forum (NGO), Tokyo, Japan -> NON-IT; This ngo host high-level conferences for luminaries from corporate, political and scientific communities. I along with my event team collaborate closely with them. I have also trained 2 people in our team.

Extra-curricular -
Dancing, Track-sports (State level), Swimming etc.

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Vinc
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04 Nov 2012, 23:10
Hey Vinc,
Good to hear from you.

Actually, the main thing is not your GMAT but your work experience. With 2 years by matriculation, you are very much on the low side of things.
Look at the averages for incoming class, and you will see that most applicants have between 3-7 years. And the average work experience is about 5 years!!!!
Which means that to get into these programs so young you have to be one of the most exceptional candidates they have seen, with relevant GMAT etc....

Soo, if you really want to do an MBA, I'd suggest waiting a year or two. Retake your GMAT, gain experience, and then apply.

If you really want to apply THIS year only, you might consider MiM programs which are designed for students with less work experience, such as yourself.

Good luck with whatever you do!
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08 Nov 2012, 23:47
can some body pls evaluate my profie

Indian 29/M

GMAT - 650 (Q50, V29)
CFA (Charter Pending)
FRM (GARP)

Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance (NIBM , Pune - Governed by RBI) (CGPA- 9.22/10)

BBA (Agra University - 68%)

Professional

State Bank of India (Corporate Lending - Assistant Vice President - 5 yrs work ex)

Shipping Corporation of India Ltd ( Merchant Navy - 1.5 years)

Extracurricular

Volunteered for Tsunami Relief & Rehabilitation (Andman & Nicobar Islands)

Member & Volunteer of Indian association of Investment professionals

Associated with NGO - Need for the improvement of Rural Livelihood

Photography

Target school - Tuck , Chicago Booth

thanks
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09 Nov 2012, 04:01
Sure thing buddy,
Although sometimes its better if you start your own topic... but no worries, let's just dig in.

Now first of all, let me say that to really evaluate your profile we need a LOT more information from you.. More especially about what you did at work, but also what sort of leadership and teamwork you have, what achievements you have, how many people you manage as Assistant VP etc...

Now, I don't want to rain on your parade, but I do want to be honest, so let me say that with a 650 GMAT the going will be tough at the two schools you mentioned, and you may want to either moderate your school selection, or retake the GMAT...

Feel free to post further info here, and we can dig in a bit deeper.
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