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Guys I will complete my 3 years in company in jan 2018. I am thinking to resign and prepare for gmat after that. My current score in practice test range from 650 to 680. Let me know is it worth to leave now or should I wait. Because parallely with company work it's tough for me to prrpare. Also, I am new to gmat I don't know where to apply but I am thinking for Canada ( for settling purpose ) .... Please help me in which I should apply as in most of the site minimum experience require is 5 year but nothing is mentioned like this on clg website
Addition to this my 10 and 12 percentage is 85 % and graduate with pointer 8
In addition to this I had one foreign trip from company side ( Vietnam ) and I am handling that project alone. Since our project deadline is January so I am thinking to resign after d go live of the project

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Rakeshtewatia wrote:
Guys I will complete my 3 years in company in jan 2018. I am thinking to resign and prepare for gmat after that. My current score in practice test range from 650 to 680. Let me know is it worth to leave now or should I wait. Because parallely with company work it's tough for me to prrpare. Also, I am new to gmat I don't know where to apply but I am thinking for Canada ( for settling purpose ) .... Please help me in which I should apply as in most of the site minimum experience require is 5 year but nothing is mentioned like this on clg website
Addition to this my 10 and 12 percentage is 85 % and graduate with pointer 8
In addition to this I had one foreign trip from company side ( Vietnam ) and I am handling that project alone. Since our project deadline is January so I am thinking to resign after d go live of the project

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DO NOT DO THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You do not want to apply as an unemployed Indian. That is suicide. It's very important to look employable and marketable. Believe, me 3 years or not you do not want to go into this without a job. You want to create the impression you will be continuing to obtain valuable work experience post-submission.
You just have to get the GMAT sorted alongside work. Before quitting, 1) switch to a less demanding job and/or 2.) prepare at a slower pace and bump out your b-school plans one year.
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New post 27 Oct 2017, 06:14
MBAPrepCoach wrote:
Rakeshtewatia wrote:
Guys I will complete my 3 years in company in jan 2018. I am thinking to resign and prepare for gmat after that. My current score in practice test range from 650 to 680. Let me know is it worth to leave now or should I wait. Because parallely with company work it's tough for me to prrpare. Also, I am new to gmat I don't know where to apply but I am thinking for Canada ( for settling purpose ) .... Please help me in which I should apply as in most of the site minimum experience require is 5 year but nothing is mentioned like this on clg website
Addition to this my 10 and 12 percentage is 85 % and graduate with pointer 8
In addition to this I had one foreign trip from company side ( Vietnam ) and I am handling that project alone. Since our project deadline is January so I am thinking to resign after d go live of the project

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DO NOT DO THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
You do not want to apply as an unemployed Indian. That is suicide. It's very important to look employable and marketable. Believe, me 3 years or not you do not want to go into this without a job. You want to create the impression you will be continuing to obtain valuable work experience post-submission.
You just have to get the GMAT sorted alongside work. Before quitting, 1) switch to a less demanding job and/or 2.) prepare at a slower pace and bump out your b-school plans one year.

Thanks for the quick response :) I understand what u just said in d post but beacuse of this I am not able to give my 100 percent. I want to try once with my full potential that's y I was thinking to leave. Now I will try with my job. Please guide me with the above mentioned points regarding my profile where I can apply, please suggest clgs. My preference is Canada as I mentioned above. Please let me know if I have any other options with this profile.


Please help me as m so confused where to apply. Guide me please

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New post 30 Oct 2017, 10:34
I am actually working with people that I've worked with for a month before actually choosing schools because I have a very different process with that I look at the prompts and think about what type of stories we can discuss. And also their career goals, I do not suggest schools just based on GMAT that's foolish in my opinion. My most successful GMAT clients have gotten up an hour earlier on a consistent basis. This is really a great practice because it's your best energy you know before the day goes crazy in your thinking about a million of the things. Just commit to an hour before work and just go to bed early it's really the best strategy just give it an hour of your attention daily and you don't need to quit your job seriously. You might need to get a tutor and I definitely recommend that if you're not making breakthroughs with what you're doing now you need to switch it up. I don't really have any specific suggestion for any school for you in Canada I mean you know the ones that are the best rates HEC Montreal University of Toronto ivy you know I mean it's not like that's a big surprise Schuler York it depends on what you want to do and where you want to land you just have to have a lot more information & Direction before choosing a school. It's about doing the research on yourself and doing the research on the school to really think about which one is going to best meet your needs. They want to know that they are not just allowing you to hang out at their college but you have a focus intention of what you're trying to do there

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