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GMAT : 720 (Qa:49 ,VA:38) ( Given yesterday )

X: 91%

XII:91.2%

Btech: 7.99/10

2 years of work ex in India ( TCS )

1.25 Year ( till Nov 2015 in United Kingdom ).

Total : 3.2 years till Nov 2015

I am interested in Canadian B-schools like Schulich and Sauders .

Can you please suggest from where I can I get some help on my essays as I need to apply to Schulich Jan batch ASAP and how much scholarship I can yet with my current profile ?

Hi  

I m looking for best coaching classes in Mumbai for GMAT. please help me out...... 

HI,


X- 83.8%

XII- 72.4%

B-Tech -6.94 GPA. EXPERIENCE- 4 Years  in Supply chain and  2 years in After sales service in Automobile

I am expecting 680 + in GMAT. In which B schools should I apply, considering the fact that  i would need scholarship and loans to fund my studies. I was contemplating on Germany but not sure about the course and job prospect.

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  • @admitlane Thanks a lot. Based on my experience and acade.... 8h.
  • 1\. ISB 2. IIM Executive Programs 3. Rotman (Canada) 4. S.... 7h.
brave_heart195
@brave_heart195

@admitlane Thanks a lot. Based on my experience and academics, which would be best B schools for me in terms of ROI or scholarship chances considering Europe, Canada and Asia including India.?

admitlane
AdmitLane.com @admitlane 20

1. ISB 2. IIM Executive Programs 3. Rotman (Canada) 4. Schulich (canada) 5. HEC Paris (We've had cases with low GMAT's getting scholarships)

Schols at top business schools in Europe is unlikely. You could try ESADE, Rotterdam, Said Business School as well for scholarship chances.

HI,


X- 83%

XII- 85%

B-Tech -68.28%- SAP project management and risk management

EXPERIENCE- 9+ Years  

I am expecting 700 + in GMAT. Will i be able to secure schloarship for 1 year MBA preferably in Canada or US. If yes please suggest few colleges.

Thanks in advance.

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  • @masaif Dear Saif, 9+ years of experience will certainly .... 12h.
mentorstone.com
MentorStone.com Advisors @mentorstone.com 4

@masaif Dear Saif, 9+ years of experience will certainly favor your candidature. Next step for you is to take GMAT and secure a decent GMAT score. Since you wish to relocate to Canada, I would suggest that apply to Schulich, Rotman, UBC and choose the one where you get best ROI. As far as placements are concerned, you will need to network while at the campus. I am not sure whether you should go for a one-year MBA since that will limit your chances of securing internship opportunities/ jobs. So, please give it a thought and then do apply. All the best for GMAT.

Mentorstone.com

Hi,

X- 83%

XII- 77%

B-Tech -68.28%

EXPERIENCE- 4+ Years  

with decent extra - curricular.

I am planning to prepare for GMAT 

Could you please guide me what score should I target for ISB or IIM?

Is it possible to get admission in ISB with this profile?

What strategy I should follow to start my preparation?

thanks in advance

Please do reply

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  • @adityajadon With 4 years+ of work experience, and a dece.... 1d.
  • Your comparison group will be Indian IT applicant pool - .... 1d.
mentorstone.com
MentorStone.com Advisors @mentorstone.com 4

@adityajadon With 4 years+ of work experience, and a decent ( 700+) score, you should be in a position to secure a call from ISB, if you present your application well. Whether you should opt for ISB/IIMs is a personal choice. You need to look at pros-cons of both. While IIMs have traditionally been accepting freshers, ISB values work experience. This impacts not only the selection process but also impacts your final placements as recruiters at IIMs even now come to recruit "freshers" in general, at ISB they certainly hope to meet experienced candidates. You must also consider other factors such as ROI, specialisation, preferred place to work post-MBA, Global recognition.

All the best

Mentorstone.com

ivyctor2010
ivyctor 2010 @ivyctor2010 920

Your comparison group will be Indian IT applicant pool - which is highly competitive. Acads, work experience - looks fine though does not give you any edge. Create differentiation which is good enough to impress adcom, write inspiring essays, elaborate nicely on career goal. You should target for 700+ score. Hope this helps!

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Hi....

X- 66%

XII- 78%

B.com- 70%

M.com- 70%

7+ yrs experience in Finance

I am planning to prepare for GMAT. I am good in Maths. Any one please advice if I should go for self preparation or join some coaching ?

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  • Hi Sumit, Hope you are doing well! Good number of exper.... 10h.
Armaan.
Armaan Ahmed @Armaan. 3

Hi Sumit,

Hope you are doing well!

Good number of experience you hold and you're GPA is also good. If you're planning to take GMAT for the first time, than you should take GMAT classes. Only then you can understand clearly. Being a working professional why don't you go for online GMAT services.

You can visit http://goo.gl/JcQwqP for more clarity on online GMAT classes conducted by ISB instructors.

Hope this helps.

Armaan

How much GMAT score required to pursue MS in MIS from top universities in us? Are there any MS courses for which GMAT score is considered in US?

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  • Hi Jaydip, Try to target a score of 700+.. 7d.
ThePrincetonReview
Manya Abroad @ThePrincetonReview 534

Hi Jaydip, Try to target a score of 700+.

hi

X- 64%

XII- 66%

B-Tech -76%

EXPERIENCE- 3 Years (1 year abroad in Middle east) 

IELTS- 6.5

I am planning to write GMAT hopefully will score around 700 what are my chances of planning to get decent B-school in Europe.

More ever my budget is Around20 LK

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  • @Armaan. ZajakAllah buddy it help me a lot Buddy. 4d.
  • Allahamudliallah. Happy to serve you more better. 2d.
younis86
Younis Asad @younis86

@Armaan. ZajakAllah buddy it help me a lot Buddy

Armaan.
Armaan Ahmed @Armaan. 3

Allahamudliallah. Happy to serve you more better

Hi,

I have completed my B.Tech from NIT Trichy, EEE branch in 2012 and I have a CGPA of 6.89.

My 10th score is 79.3% and 12th 77%.

Currently I am working with a product based company and this July I will be completing 3 years of professional life.

I want to pursue MBA program for my Master. So, I just want to know is it the right time to appear for GMAT and apply for MBA from Institutes like ISB, NUS, NTU etc. Will a GMAT score of 700+ is enough for getting into ISB and others considering the work experiences and grad score that I have?

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  • Thanks Everyone for your heartfelt suggestion.. 23 Mar.
  • Hi Giri, With 3 years of experiecne and 6.89 CGPA you s.... 6d.
karmakargopal
Giri Karmakar @karmakargopal 1

Thanks Everyone for your heartfelt suggestion.

ThePrincetonReview
Manya Abroad @ThePrincetonReview 534

Hi Giri, 

With 3 years of experiecne and 6.89 CGPA you surely need to target a score of 700 or 700 plus. You should take your GMAT latest by August so that you can apply to all the universities in round 1. All the best.

Hi,

I completed my B.Tech from a college affiliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University with 65% average.

10th with 70.4% and 12th with 66.4%

My total work Exp. is 5 years in IT.

I want to appear for GRE. 

I want to kw if I score good in GRE am I eligible for MBA from good Indian institutes , If Yes please share the names.

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  • Hi Shaurya, hope you are well. As @ISBmantra.com said, fo.... 23 Mar.
  • Hi Shaurya, We need to look at your entire profile as in.... 6d.
prepzone
Prep Zone @prepzone 40

Hi Shaurya, hope you are well. As @ISBmantra.com said, for India you will need a GMAT score. All IIMs, ISB, S P Jain, NMIMS, XLRI, Great Lakes, FMS, TAPMI and others accept only GMAT as a score. I hope this helps. Please feel free to write back for any further queries. Thank you www.prep-zone.in 

ThePrincetonReview
Manya Abroad @ThePrincetonReview 534

Hi Shaurya,

We need to look at your entire profile as in what kind of professional experience you have and which specialization are you targeting, accordingly we can provide you with some university options. In case you are targeting MBA we would recommend you to give GMAT rather than GRE.

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