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Hey guys, I have a rather odd problem.
I was born in the US, and hence I have American citizenship. I have however lived in India all my life, done my schooling and currently doing my graduation from here as well and have a local domicile certificate. However, I just read in the IIFT eligibility criteria that for foreign nationals, they require GMAT scores...i.e the written test is not required.
I wasn't really planning on giving the GMAT (but maybe I have to now!). My question is, do the IIM's (and other B-Schools) have similar requirements. Will I due to my citizenship, have to apply via GMAT everywhere?
Anyone here who knows someone with a similar problem...or who has given the CAT before and is thorough with the eligibility criteria, do reply. I'm in really confused and would appreciate any advice!
Last year it was 710+ and last to last year the last accepted score was 680. If the trend continues this year accepted score may be even higher
hey can u pls tell me whats the minimum score u need for a decent chance or range.. i have a 690. thnx
I am a NRI, who got thru IIFT last year. Please feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Note - It is not a back door entry, I am a NRI and had to prove it with copies of my passport and actual NRI status.
did any1 get thru... through gmat in iift
the highest is 770
post ur scores for iift
THERE are arround 200 people applying this year through gmat , had talk with iift guys
any1 has got the prospectu
has any1 recieved prospectus
Right said... Many Indian schools do accept GMAT for NRI applicants.. But this section is specifically meant for foreign B-schools and Indian B-schools accepting "only" GMAT..
Moving the thread to "Other Exams" Section...
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