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Hi! I recently gave the GMAT exam and scored as follows
Overall:730
Verbal:42
Quant:48
I scored 64.7% in my undegraduate degree, which I completed in an INDIAn university.
I'm currently looking towrads MiM, as i lack work experience.
So which Bschools should I apply to?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi! I recently gave the GMAT exam and scored as follows
Overall:730
Verbal:42
Quant:48
I scored 64.7% in my undegraduate degree, which I completed in an INDIAn university.
I'm currently looking towrads MiM, as i lack work experience.
So which Bschools should I apply to?
Hi Shivamv, congratulations on what is a very good score. Let me ask you why you are looking now for an MiM, when you could work for a few years and then use this score to have a good shot at many MBA programs assuming you have about 3 yrs of good work experience. The MiM is a useful degree to start your career- but if you can get a good job without the MiM and work first and then go for the MBA you may get a degree that will serve you better over the course of your career. I suggest you do some research on programs that interest you- and why- and I also seriously suggest you look for a job! But if you decide to go the MiM route, there are many good ones. Kellogg has an interesting program - the MS in Management studies where you can do coursework and get your MSMS from Kellogg and then later after working come back and to the 1YR MBA so that might be something to look at as you can build on that first degree to eventually get the second in streamlined form. If you want to have a chat with one of our counselors, please reach out to us at this link for a free consult: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/
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Shivamv wrote:
Hi! I recently gave the GMAT exam and scored as follows
Overall:730
Verbal:42
Quant:48
I scored 64.7% in my undegraduate degree, which I completed in an INDIAn university.
I'm currently looking towrads MiM, as i lack work experience.
So which Bschools should I apply to?

Thanks in advance!


All the top MIM schools are located in Europe such as HEC Paris, St Gallen, LBS, ESCP, Ecade, etc.
You should decide your schools by taking into consideration your geography, post MBA goals, requirements, etc.
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New post 07 Oct 2017, 12:20
Shivamv wrote:
Hi! I recently gave the GMAT exam and scored as follows
Overall:730
Verbal:42
Quant:48
I scored 64.7% in my undegraduate degree, which I completed in an INDIAn university.
I'm currently looking towrads MiM, as i lack work experience.
So which Bschools should I apply to?

Thanks in advance!


You will find a ranking of the top MiM programs for 2017 here: https://aringo.com/masters-in-management/
So I think looking into some of those schools would be a good start for you as you do have a nice profile for MiM programs.
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