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I'd love to help but you'll need to give us a lot more info! Take a look around the forum to see the level of detail others provide. If you could, share information around your job, extracurriculars, academics, involvement, etc.
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17 Aug 2013, 13:04
I started my career as Business Analyst in Cognizant Analytics Practice after passing out from National Institute of Technology, Raipur in 2010. There I mainly served clients in Pharmaceutical Industry supporting there marketing & sales operations. My major roles there were client & onshore communication, client expectation management, statistical modelling, reporting and insight generation. Post this out of my particular interest in healthcare I joined United Health Group (healthcare captive), where I am working as business analyst and leading the appeal & grievance root cause analysis program.
Skills: Good analytical & problem solving skill, technical expertise, good presenter, story teller and good in communication.
Career Goal: I want to make a career in consulting.
I'm so sorry it took me so long to respond! My apologies. If you're looking to get into consulting, your healthcare angle is really strong. However, your GMAT isn't. Most large scale firms look at the GMAT score as either an indicator or a cut off. Where they use it as a cut off, the limit is generally 700.
Are you willing to retake the GMAT or do you want to proceed with the score you have?