Thanks for the reply!!!
Wanted to know what is average GMAT score one considers for GLIM addmission.
Thanks in advance
@MBAgyan2012 said: Hi, seems like most of the dates & deadlines mentioned on Great Lakes website are old (2011). Does anyone know when is the application deadline for 2013 admissions? A few more questions:My younger brother is current working in an Energy PSU and wants to pursue his career in energy sector so that he can leverage his experience. When does the GLIEMR's own campus start and when is it expected to get AICTE approval?Is on campus accommodation available?Following is my brother's profile. How do you rate his chances+do you recommend him this program:GMAT: 720, CAT 93%ileElect Engg - NIT - 8.3 CGPACurrent CTC- Rs. 12 LacExp: 4 years in 2013Decent extra curricularCan a student joining PGPM (1year) opt to take up some courses from PGPM(Energy)?Thanks..
@MoreThanMyName said: Hi Everyone,This is how my profile reads right now -GMAT - 690 (Aug2012)Engg - CGPA 7.73 (BIT, Mesra)12th - 92%10th - 87%Exp - 2 yearsWas a part of NSS in college, and been involved with voluntary social work after college. I plan to apply for the Fall 2013/Spring 2014 batch. What are my chances ?
@RevanthAr said:Thanks Pankag. Do guys applying in first cycle have advantage over the guys applying in the second cycle? That is the case with foriegn universities but just want to understand how it is in GLIM.
@Pankaj.Parasar said:Hey Rev,The admission process for each b-school changes every year to get more fitting and better candidates. But your acads are good enough to get you through. GLIM considers a holistic approach, where all components are given due weight. Few points worth considering.1- Practice hard & Give your best to any of GMAT, XAT or CAT. Securing great percentile will get you through first stage.2- Get your writing skills by reading a lot and start getting statement of purpose (SOP) ready.3- Be aware of happening around the world (8-12 months). Any topic ranging from Business to Politics to Socio-Cultural topics. Helps in interview and group discussion.4- Understand your domain of work to explain how you are contributing to your organization. Understand the function of your current capacity.5- If you have a hobby, be prepared to give a comprehensive answer to any question related to that. If you don't have a hobby, quickly develop one & start research.6- There are two cycles of Admission, chose the one where you can give your best shot. Most probably the second cycle will help you, considering you have much time you can use from your work schedule.Now, Go Ahead and Nail it dude(tte)! Best of luck.
@TusharMehta said: What are the essay topics at GL pls? Am planing to start drafting them from now. Any help would be appreciated . Am yet to take a GMAT.
@anifunny said: One basic question, Can anyone try for both the cycles in case he/she fails in first?