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need help with business proposals...have googled n al can't find 1 type of format..any links books or nething that would help in learning business proposal writing presale?? plz guide...
how can i perform well in verbal section of GMAT?
please guide me....
Having BE degree in computer science and 2.5 years of IT experience (as a software developer ), what should my ideal answer to the below question ? :
"what is your motive behind entering a management career ?
PS : I prefer to do specialization on "Retail /FMCG/ Consumer" or "consulting" or "IT".
Please find the details of my profile below:
Work Exp: 5 years in IT with onsite experience with a Belgian client.
Lead a team to start new project and went to Belgium and successfully completed smooth transition of project. Conducted several team engagement activities. Received award at workplace for high performance.
Extra Curricular: Won prizes in college in Computer Gaming and Table Tennis tournaments. Took part in internal Badminton and Table Tennis competitions in Office.
Volunteer Exp: Participated in an event organized in office to bring college students and deliver industry related sessions.
I am planning to take the exam after 4-5 months. I am looking to apply in Texas Mays and BYU Mariott. Can you please let me know what will be a good score to get an interview call from these colleges based on my profile shared above. I know that getting a call will not be decided solely on GMAT scores and profile that I have shared, but I want to have an idea on the range of scores for those colleges based on my profile.
i am looking out for study material for preparing English verbal and non verbal .
anyone help me out with some ebook links or some other source....help will be highly appreciated ....
guys, I see no thread for discussing application status, interview invites, questions, admits.
I have created this thread, please participate there in the discussions.
Letters of recommendation are an essential part of the admissions process-some top schools have said they are the most important part-so choose your recommenders carefully!
. DO use references from your current and most recent jobs. An academic reference won't be able to answer the most common recommendation questions. Insights from your supervisors help create a picture of you now. The admissions committee isn't as concerned with how you behaved eight years ago.
. DON'T be tempted to seek a letter of recommendation from the CEO of your company, or
. DO prepare your recommenders and manage them closely. These references are a small but crucial test of your management abilities. If you can't ensure that your recommenders submit on time or follow other directions, what does this say about your skills as a manager?
DO's and DONT's:
Where should I apply? And to how many
DO apply to your dream school, even if it is a stretch. This is your only chance, don't leave yourself with any regrets.
DO apply to at least four schools of varying levels of competitiveness to maximize chances of success.
DON'T apply to more than six schools. This is an intensive and time-consuming process. Applying too many schools leads to burn-out and diminishing returns.
DON'T rely on rumor and others' opinions when deciding where to apply. Engage in first-hand research by visiting schools, and speaking with current students and alumni. Only you can decide which school is the right fit for your personality and goals.
What sort of work experience is prferrable for MS in Emgineering Management?
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