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Stuyding for the GMAT with a full-time job

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Do you find it difficult to study for the GMAT with a full-time job?

If yes, then you are not alone because it is hard. Very hard!

To add to the problem we have much more digital distractions than ever before and our attention span is at the lowest!

To help you tackle this problem, we have come out with a Free 4-part GMAT video training series titled
"A Busy Professional's Guide to Cracking the GMAT and getting an MBA in 2020."


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    Learn the most crucial strategy to maximize your GMAT preparation drastically!
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    Get a step by step blueprint to help you crack the GMAT and get an MBA in 2020.

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I signed up for the video series and the insights shared were really helpful. I have already downloaded some of the productivity suggested by you in the 3rd video and can already see the difference. Thanks a lot for such an amazing video series and I'm eagerly waiting for the 4th video to release.
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Hey Arun,

Thanks for such informative and helpful videos, I have a question, I will appreciate if you can answer my query. I am currently 30 , male and an engineer in a product company with no international experience. I am preparing for GMAT and planning to apply for 1 year mba course in India (preferably) and by that time i will be 31. Can you tell what chances i will have for admission if i score well( >720). In which mba programs I will have a better chance?

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psumit06 wrote:
Hey Arun,

Thanks for such informative and helpful videos, I have a question, I will appreciate if you can answer my query. I am currently 30 , male and an engineer in a product company with no international experience. I am preparing for GMAT and planning to apply for 1 year mba course in India (preferably) and by that time i will be 31. Can you tell what chances i will have for admission if i score well( >720). In which mba programs I will have a better chance?

Thanks!!


Hi Sumit,

I know a lot of people who are doing an MBA after 30 - you just need to understand how to portray your application differently. I have spoken about this here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QThERErY3Q

Hope this helps,

Arun
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