MBA with just over 2 years of experience possible.


Simar2505
Hi .
i am Simarjeet .
I am having just over 2 years of experience (26 months in IT in india)
my academics are 10th- 86.6 %
12th 78.1 %
Btech 67.75%
gmat -710
i am looking to pursue mba in canada with most of business schools (with good ranking ) are having avg class experience of 5 years is it practically possible to get into mba in canada with these scores.
please suggest or should I prefer for GRE and opt for MIS program.
Hi .
i am Simarjeet .
I am having just over 2 years of experience (26 months in IT in india)
my academics are 10th- 86.6 %
12th 78.1 %
Btech 67.75%
gmat -710
i am looking to pursue mba in canada with most of business schools (with good ranking ) are having avg class experience of 5 years is it practically possible to get into mba in canada with these scores.
please suggest or should I prefer for GRE and opt for MIS program.
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laurie
In general you'll be more competitive at schools where you outscore the classes' average GMAT scores. They'll see your above-average GMAT score as a way to offset your lower-than-average work experience.

Also, for the higher-ranked schools like Rotman, Schulich and McGill you'd be much better off aiming for the 2018 intake - another 1.5 years of work experience would put you in a much better position.
In general you'll be more competitive at schools where you outscore the classes' average GMAT scores. They'll see your above-average GMAT score as a way to offset your lower-than-average work experience.

Also, for the higher-ranked schools like Rotman, Schulich and McGill you'd be much better off aiming for the 2018 intake - another 1.5 years of work experience would put you in a much better position.
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