Getting into ISB with a GMAT 600?


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[Edited by 2015applicant on Dec 11, 2014]

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Duncan
That seems very unlikely. Are you a Person of Indian Origin?
That seems very unlikely. Are you a Person of Indian Origin?
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ISB and other ranked business schools in India are notoriously competitive and admissions is highly selective.

The current PGP cohort at ISB has an average GMAT of around 710 I think and average work experience is something like 5 years, so I think that barring something really interesting about your profile, your chances are pretty low.

Are you considering programs outside of India?
ISB and other ranked business schools in India are notoriously competitive and admissions is highly selective.

The current PGP cohort at ISB has an average GMAT of around 710 I think and average work experience is something like 5 years, so I think that barring something really interesting about your profile, your chances are pretty low.

Are you considering programs outside of India?
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Duncan
I share your skepticism. Indian employers don't need to recruit non-Indians. Many overseas-born Indians are not able to operate in a top-tier IIM-type school because of their different training. If the admissions managers says that you stand a chance then I would jump with both feet in her direction. I would be surprised, but perhaps you have some other qualities which make you an interesting candidate? But ISB is harder to get into than Cass or Manchester...
I share your skepticism. Indian employers don't need to recruit non-Indians. Many overseas-born Indians are not able to operate in a top-tier IIM-type school because of their different training. If the admissions managers says that you stand a chance then I would jump with both feet in her direction. I would be surprised, but perhaps you have some other qualities which make you an interesting candidate? But ISB is harder to get into than Cass or Manchester...
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Duncan
Yes, I would. No point studying in one continent if you want to work with another, unless your strategy is to be hired by the HQ to return to a subsidiary country you know well.
Yes, I would. No point studying in one continent if you want to work with another, unless your strategy is to be hired by the HQ to return to a subsidiary country you know well.
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