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New post 03 Oct 2017, 07:33
Background: Applying for 2018 Matriculation round 1 and 2

Work experience:
1. 2.4 Years at Ericsson as Customer Project Manager/Planner.
2. 11 months and still working at American Express Global Business Travel as a Dedicated Account Management Representative

Undergrad school/major:
-10th %-94.6%
-12th %-88.4%
-UG %-73%

Race/nationality: Indian

Sex: Female

GMAT Score: 620 first attempt,
Second attempt planned for 30th Oct

Target schools: ISB, Insead

How much minimum should I aim in my Gmat in my second attempt so as to be able to crack ISB ?
Thank you for your help!
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New post 03 Oct 2017, 22:37
Consider the following points bbachani:
  1. The title of your role sounds interesting. It will however be good to understand achievements therein as well as your post-MBA plans for a better profile understanding. Association with global brands is always good.
  2. There isn't really a minimum score; read here. In general though, be as close to, if not over your target school's GMAT average.
  3. For INSEAD, the post here will be relevant to read.

Hope this helps some.

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New post 04 Oct 2017, 16:39
Thanks for sharing your profile. The right score will be the score that gets you in, looking at the avg score of INSEAD you are way below and also as an Indian applicant this will be unacceptable. So you should aim to hit around 720/730 at these schools.
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