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Query for B School Selection

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Concentration: General Management, Operations
GPA: 3.8
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New post 10 Aug 2018, 22:48
Hii Sir/Madame,

I want following suggestion in regard to select
5 schools before the exam at the Test Center.
Can you please suggest that in which B Schools should I apply for the Expected score of 720 in GMAT to reserve my Admission in Round 1? Preferable in US or Canada.
Following is my stats :
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT
GPA - 4.0
10th - 92%
12th - 91%
Work Experience - 3 years in Manufacturing Industry.
Certificates :Certified ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor , Leader in Total Quality Management
Extra Curricular : Member of Rotaract Club , Organized around 10 Social & Cultural Activities , Pianist
Special Interest in doing job in Operations after MBA.
Please help.

Thanks
Hiren
India
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Affiliations: NYU, Yale
Joined: 04 Jan 2018
Posts: 367
Location: United States (NY)
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New post 11 Aug 2018, 05:45
Hi Hiren06,

Thank you for your post and for sharing your profile. I require a lot more information about your background and aspirations to provide a list of schools. The school selection process is that, truly a process. I have a published an article that you may find useful, however. Please click here to access the article.

If I may, R1 is around the corner, and if you have not taken the GMAT nor prepared a list of schools, it might prove unrealistic to be able to put together a strong application for that round. Better wait for R2 and submit your best work.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!


Hiren06 wrote:
Hii Sir/Madame,

I want following suggestion in regard to select
5 schools before the exam at the Test Center.
Can you please suggest that in which B Schools should I apply for the Expected score of 720 in GMAT to reserve my Admission in Round 1? Preferable in US or Canada.
Following is my stats :
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT
GPA - 4.0
10th - 92%
12th - 91%
Work Experience - 3 years in Manufacturing Industry.
Certificates :Certified ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor , Leader in Total Quality Management
Extra Curricular : Member of Rotaract Club , Organized around 10 Social & Cultural Activities , Pianist
Special Interest in doing job in Operations after MBA.
Please help.

Thanks
Hiren
India

_________________

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info@siaadmissions.com
+1 (646) 690 - 9996
website: http://www.SiaAdmissions.com

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Intern
Intern
avatar
B
Joined: 20 Mar 2018
Posts: 14
Location: India
Concentration: General Management, Operations
GPA: 3.8
WE: Operations (Manufacturing)
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Re: Query for B School Selection  [#permalink]

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Hello,

Thanks for the Prompt Reply. But I am thinking that it will be really late for getting Scholarships if I wait till R2.
Please suggest

Thanks


SiaAdmissions wrote:
Hi Hiren06,

Thank you for your post and for sharing your profile. I require a lot more information about your background and aspirations to provide a list of schools. The school selection process is that, truly a process. I have a published an article that you may find useful, however. Please click here to access the article.

If I may, R1 is around the corner, and if you have not taken the GMAT nor prepared a list of schools, it might prove unrealistic to be able to put together a strong application for that round. Better wait for R2 and submit your best work.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!


Hiren06 wrote:
Hii Sir/Madame,

I want following suggestion in regard to select
5 schools before the exam at the Test Center.
Can you please suggest that in which B Schools should I apply for the Expected score of 720 in GMAT to reserve my Admission in Round 1? Preferable in US or Canada.
Following is my stats :
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT
GPA - 4.0
10th - 92%
12th - 91%
Work Experience - 3 years in Manufacturing Industry.
Certificates :Certified ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor , Leader in Total Quality Management
Extra Curricular : Member of Rotaract Club , Organized around 10 Social & Cultural Activities , Pianist
Special Interest in doing job in Operations after MBA.
Please help.

Thanks
Hiren
India
Sia Admissions Representative
User avatar
S
Affiliations: NYU, Yale
Joined: 04 Jan 2018
Posts: 367
Location: United States (NY)
Re: Query for B School Selection  [#permalink]

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New post 13 Aug 2018, 13:17
Hi Hiren06,

I understand your concern; however, unless the institution specifically states that you must apply to R1 to be considered for a scholarship, then you should focus on submitting your best application. Think of it this way, a less than ideal application will not guarantee admission nor scholarship. Be sure you submit an application you are proud of!

Good luck!


Hiren06 wrote:
Hello,

Thanks for the Prompt Reply. But I am thinking that it will be really late for getting Scholarships if I wait till R2.
Please suggest

Thanks


SiaAdmissions wrote:
Hi Hiren06,

Thank you for your post and for sharing your profile. I require a lot more information about your background and aspirations to provide a list of schools. The school selection process is that, truly a process. I have a published an article that you may find useful, however. Please click here to access the article.

If I may, R1 is around the corner, and if you have not taken the GMAT nor prepared a list of schools, it might prove unrealistic to be able to put together a strong application for that round. Better wait for R2 and submit your best work.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!


Hiren06 wrote:
Hii Sir/Madame,

I want following suggestion in regard to select
5 schools before the exam at the Test Center.
Can you please suggest that in which B Schools should I apply for the Expected score of 720 in GMAT to reserve my Admission in Round 1? Preferable in US or Canada.
Following is my stats :
B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT
GPA - 4.0
10th - 92%
12th - 91%
Work Experience - 3 years in Manufacturing Industry.
Certificates :Certified ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor , Leader in Total Quality Management
Extra Curricular : Member of Rotaract Club , Organized around 10 Social & Cultural Activities , Pianist
Special Interest in doing job in Operations after MBA.
Please help.

Thanks
Hiren
India

_________________

Sia Admissions
info@siaadmissions.com
+1 (646) 690 - 9996
website: http://www.SiaAdmissions.com

Contact us for a free consultation

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