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Things to do from 0 to 100 in order to get a great bschool?

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Hello everyone,
I am 20 years old, completed my graduation last year(Yes, when I was 19) and I started preparing for GMAT. But after some time I realized that getting a great GMAT score isn't enough. I am from India and there aren't many colleges that help you to get international internships or some great co-curricular activities opportunities. Unfortunately, my college was one of them. So I decided to take a break and started my own business so that I can show a better profile to the selectors and have enough money to study abroad. It's been 6 months and I am hoping that I will be able to make enough to go abroad and study on my own expenses. Currently, I am targetting Rotman and some good b-schools in the USA(Only if Trump isn't in power at that time, no offense). My target GMAT score is 740(720 will work too). So I have a few questions now:

1. I did some research on GMAT and other stuff but still, I am not sure how is it going to be done. To be precise, what is the step by step guide(like do better in academics which I can't do right now) in order to get into a b-school(From ground to the target)?

2. Is a well-established company enough to fix my broken profile? (I was not interested in my branch so I did not study at all and just passed the exams with an aggregate of 60%)
It would be great if you could take your time and answer my questions. Thank you in advance.

PS: Please ignore my poor English, I learned it all on my own in 3 years, If I made any mistake, please ignore.
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Hello everyone,
I am 20 years old, completed my graduation last year(Yes, when I was 19) and I started preparing for GMAT. But after some time I realized that getting a great GMAT score isn't enough. I am from India and there aren't many colleges that help you to get international internships or some great co-curricular activities opportunities. Unfortunately, my college was one of them. So I decided to take a break and started my own business so that I can show a better profile to the selectors and have enough money to study abroad. It's been 6 months and I am hoping that I will be able to make enough to go abroad and study on my own expenses. Currently, I am targetting Rotman and some good b-schools in the USA(Only if Trump isn't in power at that time, no offense). My target GMAT score is 740(720 will work too). So I have a few questions now:

1. I did some research on GMAT and other stuff but still, I am not sure how is it going to be done. To be precise, what is the step by step guide(like do better in academics which I can't do right now) in order to get into a b-school(From ground to the target)?

2. Is a well-established company enough to fix my broken profile? (I was not interested in my branch so I did not study at all and just passed the exams with an aggregate of 60%)
It would be great if you could take your time and answer my questions. Thank you in advance.

PS: Please ignore my poor English, I learned it all on my own in 3 years, If I made any mistake, please ignore.
Your English is certainly not "poor", especially considering that you achieved this level of proficiency in just 3 years :-)

As these questions are related to your profile, you could get in touch with the experts on this forum as well.
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