Posted by Karthika on 03/09/17 8:26am
I have a gmat score of 660(Q48,V33,IR 7). I have more than 1.5 years experience as a Business Technology Analyst in one of the Big Four Companies. I also have about 1 year internship experience as a Research Assistant at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and have worked on both private as well as public sector projects.
I have a postgraduate degree( M.Sc) in Computer Science from one of the premier institutes in India and have a CGPA of 8.63/10(distinction).
I am planning to apply to these schools for 2018-
Do you think this profile is good enough to apply to these schools? Should I write GMAT once more to improve my score or should I apply with my current score?
Thanks & Regards,Karthika
Posted by Thomas Graf on 03/09/17 11:55am
have you read my eBook "The MIM - Entry Requirements" already? Here you have all the answers from my interview with 50 business schools, including HEC and ESSEC, about what they expect from you.
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Posted by Karthika on 03/09/17 1:12pm
Yes,I read your book. But for both Essec and HEC, the average score is higher than 660 as per your book. Hence, I am confused whether I should repeat the gmat exam or concentrate more on my resume and essays.Kindly help me on this.
Posted by Thomas Graf on 03/10/17 9:17am
Ok, great. Two comments:
What does the ESSEC rcommend you if your GMAT score is below average? Just have a look at ESSEC's anders in my "MIM Entry Requirements" eBook again - then you have a much better answer than anyone else could give to you.
Same approach for HEC.
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