Forum: General Forum (4 Comments)

Welcome to the Master in Management Forum

  • Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 19 July 2010 - 9:20pm

    Hi everybody,

    welcome to the MiM Forum, our Master in Management discussion board. This is the place where you can ASK questions about the Master in Management and everything related. Here you can also ANSWER to questions and share your knowledge with us.

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    Thomas Graf
    Director of the Master in Management Compass

    • Posted by - kartnite - on 7 July 2011 - 6:24am

      Landed here, thanks to Almighty Google.

      Thank you for maintaining this website, Thomas.

      Have a nice day!

    • Posted by - aninda mukherjee - on 12 February 2011 - 9:21am

      sir i am in my third year of my btech i am fro india i want to do mim course after my graduation from top bschools in uk pls give me suggestion for admission for mim programme in lbs, hec paris and top 10 schools of europe what should be my ideal gmat marks for this since i am doing engineering what should be my ideal gpa in 7 point marking system pls reply

      • Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 12 February 2011 - 11:50am

        Dear Aninda,

        thank you for your question. You can find all the admissions criteria on the websites of the management schools. My advice is:

        • Make a list of your favorite business schools
        • Our search engine will help you for this
        • Visit their websites and read the admissions part

        This will give you a good overview on what you are expected for admissions in general and also about the differences between those schools. Then you can go ahead by:

        • Reducing your list to 3 to 5 schools that you are most interested in
        • Feel free to use this forum to ask specific questions about these schools

        Usually, schools do only publish average GMAT scores. This means that you can have lower scores and still get admissions. For top schools the inofficial minimum score is 600 - at least this is my experience. If you want to have a scholarships some schools may require 650 and more.

        Your final step will be:

        • Take the average GMAT scores published on the website of your favorite schools as your personal target
        • Do the GMAT and see if you meet these scores
        • If yes, go ahead and apply
        • If your score is a bit lower (say 10 to 20%) I would still apply
        • If your score is much lower you can repeat the test
        • or target other schools (with lower average scores)

        All the best