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Took GMAT at 24, need advice.

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GMAT 1: 750 Q51 V41
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Hi, my name is Chirag, I am an Engineer from India. I just took GMAT a few days back and scored 750 (98 percentile) with Q51 (96 percentile) and V41(94 percentile)

Background :

I am a 24 years old Male
Completed my bachelors from IIT(The best University for Engineering in India) with a CGPA of 8.59/10 (Indian grading system)
I am presently working at Oracle as a Software Developer since the past 14 months.

Career Aspiration : To work as a Product Manager in a top IT Company.

I am aiming for universities like INSEAD, HEC or one of the top 30 universities in US (if I get a scholarship)

Please evaluate my profile and let me know what my next steps should be. Also kindly tell me what my chances for a Scholarship at the above mentioned universities are.

Thanks in advance. :)
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New post 31 Jul 2017, 11:52
Thanks for sharing your profile. You have impressive qualifications with top GMAT and GPA scores. Also, you have brand name work experience which should look good on your resume. Your career goals align well with your past work experience as well. Scholarships are certainly possible but don't ignore how valuable the application / essays are in this whole thing as well. Even with a nice profile you will need to stand out especially coming from your competitive applicant pool. I would take a look at Haas, Kellogg, Columbia, Carnegie Mellon and Cornell in addition to the schools already on your target list
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