Posted by anishtnbt on 10/31/14 12:38pm
I have given the GMAT on 31st October 2014 and got an unofficial score of 540 (Q-45, V-20). I am yet to receive my official scorecard but i don't think the score will change. Please suggest me Universities with a realistic chance of getting an admission through my GMAT score. My profile is as follows :
I knows my score is pretty low and there are many colleges which doesn't require the GMAT score, but still, i don't want my GMAT score to go waste. Please help.
Thanks RegardsAnish Kakroo
Posted by Thomas Graf on 10/31/14 4:13pm
these are your options:
I don't understand your point "i don't want my GMAT score to go waste". Either the GMAT helps you achieve your goals (e.g, get admission at your favorite school) or not (e.g., the GMAT is too low). If your GMAT score does not help you achieve your goals, then it's a sunk cost and you should forget about it.
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Posted by anishtnbt on 10/31/14 6:00pm
Thanks a lot Thomas.
Posted by anishtnbt on 02/10/15 11:10am
I have given the GMAT again and got a score of 610( Q-48, V-26). I have a TOEFL iBT score of 101 (R-24, S-28, L-27, W-22) .Given my profile details in the previous posts can you please take out some of your precious time in giving your opinion on the scope of my admission in the following universities:
Thanks in advanceAnish Kakroo
Posted by Thomas Graf on 02/10/15 12:25pm
have you read my MIM eBook already? I suggest that you do this first (and thoroughly). It will teach you the fundamental knowledge about Masters in Management (MIM) and also provides you with a methodology how to identify quality programs, compare programs, and finally identify programs that fit your profile. Most importantly for you, it will provide you with the tools that you need to answer your questions above.
Posted by Nishant on 06/23/15 2:49pm
Does Hhl Leipzig accept students with engineering background ?
Posted by Thomas Graf on 06/29/15 12:21pm
Visited HHL's MIM site already and read the entry requirements...?http://www.hhl.de/en/programs/full-time-msc-program/
Posted by Sonali Velapurkar on 02/01/18 4:46am
I recently took GMAT and scored 580 (Q49, V20). I look forward to apply to MIM courses in Europe.As I haven't crossed the 600 hurdle, I wish to know universities that do not require GMAT or conduct their own entrance exams. I do not wish to re-take GMAT as it was already my second attempt.Looking forward for your guidance.
Posted by thomas.graf on 02/02/18 9:35am
In the past, the HHL justed asked for a GMAT of 550 - but this changed to 600 now. I don't know about other serious schools that require less than 600 - but I am sure you will find them. I am afraud you will have to screen the admisssions websites of your target schools yourself, however.
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