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New post 19 Jan 2019, 21:13
dear ,
i have scored 680 marks in Gmat and have a work experience of 4 years with a nationalized bank on a managerial post. do i have a chance to get a good college in india ? as i am new to gmat i have not much knowledge about it
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New post 19 Jan 2019, 23:29
Yes you do have a good GMAT scores to apply in top bschools in india accepting GMAT. you can consider applying to ISB ( avg GMAT 710) XLRI( Avg GMAT 700) IMM A PGPX( Avg GMAT 700). SP jain Global ( Avg GMAT 680) These are few of the top schools in india you have your chances at. Goodluck :)
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New post 27 Jan 2019, 19:15
Sounds like a solid score; however keep in mind that GMAT is only one piece of the profile and application... most MBA programs look at your profile holistically, from academic ability (past academic performance + GMAT); to work experience and leadership potential (including accomplishments, impact, recognitions at work, and recommendations, and career goals as well); to personal character and involvement (extracurriculars, community involvement, personal traits evidenced in entire application including interviews); and fit with the school. It is always a good indicator to be close to a school's average GMAT, or ideally above it for better overall chances, so check out averages and class profiles for programs you are interested in. Good luck!
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