Posted by johnRN on 09/25/14 11:42am
I gave my GMAT today, and the score was not as expected. Total score 600 V34 a Q39. I was hoping someone could share information whether there are schools that will accept such a score.
Brief idea of my profile :Graduated Engineering this June 2014CGPA 7.8/10TOEFL 103
Unfortunately I don't have any professional experience post graduation, but am a musician by hobby and have had international experience living and travelling abroad my country (which is India ).
Thank you. :)
Posted by Thomas Graf on 09/25/14 1:09pm
which school and which program did not accept a 600 GMAT score? How do you know that the reason for not getting admission was the GMAT?
In general, for most schools a GMAT of 600 is sufficient - this means that denying admission has other reasons. There are some very selective and renowned schools such as HEC Paris or LBS that expect 640 or 650 at minimum.
You don't need professional experience if you apply for a Master in Management. You only need it for MBA programs.
by the way, have you read my MIM eBook already? It gives you much more and deeper information on Masters in Management and also on the GMAT requirement. By the way, did you know that only about a fifth of the MIM programs requires the GMAT and only the GMAT? The others either do not require such an analytical test at all or accept alternatives such as the GRE or their own on-campus test. Read my ebook...
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Posted by DG on 10/13/14 8:19pm
so if i look at WHU / HHl / st gallen ...they say 600 is minimum but will it be competitive enough to get in ?
Posted by Thomas Graf on 10/13/14 11:48pm
you don't get in because of your GMAT. You get in because of your previous grades. If 600 is sufficient than 600 will not kick you out. If you still don't get admissions it is not because of that GMAT. Read my ebook...
Posted by shubhangi on 03/16/18 3:01pm
hi, i got 640 in my gmat. i have a first division in my BA honours which i completed from DU. what all schools can i apply to for mim?
Posted by thomas.graf on 03/19/18 1:52pm
you find the answer in the survey "The MIM - Entry Requirements for the Master in Management": https://www.mim-compass.com/ebooks
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