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What universities is this score & profile cut out for?

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Hi,

I just gave my GMAT a few days ago & scored a 660, Quant-50 & Verbal- 30. I am a female from India, with 3 years of work experience. I have worked with startups all along, alongside my graduation degree as well. I have also been a founding member of a couple of startups. It would be of great help if you could guide me with the universities I could have a shot at here. I have been aiming to go to NUS, Columbia & Stanford. However, I don't think this score would help me there. Also is my work experience good enough for these universities? Along with this if you could help with universities I could apply to other than the ones mentioned above (Considering my profile & score) It would be of great help.

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New post 30 Jun 2017, 04:38
Na0987 wrote:
Hi,

I just gave my GMAT a few days ago & scored a 660, Quant-50 & Verbal- 30. I am a female from India, with 3 years of work experience. I have worked with startups all along, alongside my graduation degree as well. I have also been a founding member of a couple of startups. It would be of great help if you could guide me with the universities I could have a shot at here. I have been aiming to go to NUS, Columbia & Stanford. However, I don't think this score would help me there. Also is my work experience good enough for these universities? Along with this if you could help with universities I could apply to other than the ones mentioned above (Considering my profile & score) It would be of great help.

Thank you! :)


Hey there,
Well to start out, with your profile and score a good place to start would be schools where the average GMAT is about your or 20-30 points lower. So that means in the US schools that are ranked 20-50 about.


I’d love to help you out and get more specific but without more info it’s gonna be hard. Where do you work? What do you do? How quickly have you advanced? Do you have any leadership? What are your great achievements? Do you have notable community service or extra curriculars? Which school did you graduate from?

All of these will play important roles in your evaluation.


So really, if you think you can swing it, your first step of action should be to try and get a better GMAT.
Here's an article about retaking the GMAT for Indian candidates if you find this helpful: http://admissionado.com/mba/to-retake-o ... n=mba_blog

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