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Hello.. Can someone please review my profile? 10th-79.2%, 12th-79%, B.Tech Civil (NIT Nagpur)- 6.7 CGPA, Work Experience- a total of almost 5 years and still counting ( 2 years in Construction Supervision, 3 years of Design and Detailed Engineering with one of the biggest Civil Engineering Design firms including 1 year of International Experience). I am presently working on one of the biggest Infrastructure projects in the world.

I have had active participation in various extra-curricular activities such as :

1. Inter School Debate and Quiz Champion

2. Active member of College Cultural Fests.

3. Class Representative, 2nd Year in College

4. Winner of National Level Scholarship in 10th level Examination and State Level Merit Stipend in the 12th Examination

5. State rank of 36 in Engineering Entrance Examinations

I am yet to start preparing for GMAT. I would like to know my chances with Indian Institutions like ISB, XLRI, SPJAIN, IIM's. As far as focussing on the specialisation for MBA is concerned, I want to pursue a career in Operations and Supply Chain Management.

Please evaluate my profile and advice whether I can aim for a GMAT this year and probably apply to the institutes next year. Thanks.

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  • You have sound work experience and a fitting profile to g.... 17 Jun '14.
  • Hi Dear, as you have more than 5 years of experience even.... 23 Jun '14.
ivyctor2010
ivyctor 2010 @ivyctor2010 920

You have sound work experience and a fitting profile to get into top B Schools. You could target ISB. You should ideally have 3 months of preparation for the GMAT and a month( or more) for essays and working on your application. In case you wish to apply next year, you have ample time to prepare for your GMAT and ponder on factors of differentiation on your application ( Ecs etc)

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Manya Abroad @ThePrincetonReview 517

Hi Dear, as you have more than 5 years of experience even the business school understands that getting a very high score in GMAT is a difficult task , therefore for your profile even a score of 670/680 will do. As you have international exposure too you can very well target IIMA. Apart from these schools you can target IIM B, IIM C, IIM L (requires 6 years of minimum experience). For ISB you can apply for their 1 yr PGP program as the work exp requirement for Executive is pretty high. In case you are open up to other countries as well you can apply to business schools in locations like Texas, Arizona , Michigan in USA which are well known for SCM specialization.

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Dear All,

My Profile:

10th (CBSE) : 82.4%

12th (CBSE) : 69.5%

BE (CSE )/(2007-11) : 54%

I have done my BE(CSE) from Visvesvaraya Technological University 2007-11.

Working profile: 2.5 years experience( Wipro Technologies as a Project Engineer and Cognizant Technologies-recently joined as a Senior Systems Executive).

Really Good ratings and received accreditation throughout my working profile.

I need a clarity on my chances to Top Tier Business schools abroad considering my academic record; in case i am able to get a good score in GMAT will i be having good chances to get through into some top universities considering my educational Background being not so good.

What score are we looking at to crack into some good Business schools considering my work experience and Educational Background and Marks.

I am interested in Sales and Marketing, and would love to graduate in that and work in sales or marketing of any product based IT company.

Need some guidance considering above queries; does GMAT sounds to be worth a try as i am ready to work hard and score good.

  • yes, A good GMAT ups your chances. Please try a score abo.... 16 Jun '14.
ivyctor2010
ivyctor 2010 @ivyctor2010 920

yes, A good GMAT ups your chances. Please try a score above 710. Right now your experience is a little low.You could work for a year more and apply next year. You have sufficient time for preparation as well.. Your academic records are impressive. What is you need to focus upon now is creating a differentiation factor in your profile.

Hi All,

Will giving GMAT exam for Indian colleges be beneficial. I don't know GMAT cut-offs but heard from many people that getting calls through GMAT is easier than through cat. I am preparing for CAT,should i consider GMAT also ???please help and explain..

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  • you are keen on the Indian b-schools, right? Make a list .... 17 Jun '14.
  • yes...no plans to go out f india...so...but have seen on .... 18 Jun '14.
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MBA Decoder @mba-help 1,580

you are keen on the Indian b-schools, right? Make a list of the ones where you want to apply. Then check their application requirements - do they need the GMAT score or CAT. This is what should help you decide on one among the two.

If you take either of the test first and realize that the b-schools you want to attend don't accept that score, then it will be all wasted effort, right? Or are you willing to join a b-school because it accepts a GMAT/ CAT score? That would be a flawed approach.

Namita Garg

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hemante
Hemante Singhal @hemante 223

yes...no plans to go out f india...so...but have seen on ranking page f pagalguy itself...i guess almost every 2nd s accepting gmat also now...so list is almost common now for both cat and gmat if i am not wrong...dats y dis confusion for gmat...

Hi! I am working as assistant manager in public sector bank . I have an experience of 2 and half year.I m planning to go for GMAT in 2015. I want to do post graduation program me in India. What should be my goal for score and colleges?

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  • Yes, 2.5 years of experience is valid.. 17 Jun '14.
  • k thnx. 17 Jun '14.
ivyctor2010
ivyctor 2010 @ivyctor2010 920

Yes, 2.5 years of experience is valid.

suggest me a good GMAT coaching in noida

IWant admission in daiict any amout for donation I m ready to pay please help me

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