Preferred GMAT Score for an Europe MBA


raina_uv

Hi,
I had given GMAT in 2005, but my score was not very high. I scored 630. Is this score good enough for any good college in Europe? Colleges do mention that candidates should preferably have a score above 600. I have a total 5 years of work experience after my 4 yrs of undergraduation. Can someone suggest any such good college?

Hi,
I had given GMAT in 2005, but my score was not very high. I scored 630. Is this score good enough for any good college in Europe? Colleges do mention that candidates should preferably have a score above 600. I have a total 5 years of work experience after my 4 yrs of undergraduation. Can someone suggest any such good college?
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Raina

GMAT is one critera, just this. when a school have 670 average (50% are above but the other 50% are suchs as 650, 630,..) so you may have other strenghts. I you scored 630 first time, do it again, you can easily go up 30-50 points and thus you can increase your options to a top 10 BS in Europe. Where are you from? The fact that you come from a not common country for MBAS and for being a girl, also increases your opps.

Raina

GMAT is one critera, just this. when a school have 670 average (50% are above but the other 50% are suchs as 650, 630,..) so you may have other strenghts. I you scored 630 first time, do it again, you can easily go up 30-50 points and thus you can increase your options to a top 10 BS in Europe. Where are you from? The fact that you come from a not common country for MBAS and for being a girl, also increases your opps.

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raina_uv

HI Single Spain,
Thanks for your reply. I am from India. That i guess is a common country for MBA :)
I would also like to give the GMAT again, but i a not able to take out time to study for it. the work load is very high. Do u think I can take a chance by appliyng with my current score?

HI Single Spain,
Thanks for your reply. I am from India. That i guess is a common country for MBA :)
I would also like to give the GMAT again, but i a not able to take out time to study for it. the work load is very high. Do u think I can take a chance by appliyng with my current score?
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Yes, you should take your chance. Which schools are you thinking about?

Yes, you should take your chance. Which schools are you thinking about?
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raina_uv

Well.. I am currently looking at the following schools, but may be you can suggest me some more, where i stand a good chance to get in.
1)INSEAD - Europe Campus/ Singapore campus
2)IMD International Institute for Management Development
3)HEC School of Management, Paris
4)International School of Management (ISM) - France
5)Judges Business School (cambridge University)
6)ESADE, Spain

Well.. I am currently looking at the following schools, but may be you can suggest me some more, where i stand a good chance to get in.
1)INSEAD - Europe Campus/ Singapore campus
2)IMD International Institute for Management Development
3)HEC School of Management, Paris
4)International School of Management (ISM) - France
5)Judges Business School (cambridge University)
6)ESADE, Spain
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Raina,
You should hurry up with the application process, if some of them still have places for Class starting sep.08. Before spending too much time with the applic. you should contact directly with the BS asking them about this situation.

I´ve see much more difficult at IMD or Insead, but maybe you get some lucky news from the others.

Good luck,

Raina,
You should hurry up with the application process, if some of them still have places for Class starting sep.08. Before spending too much time with the applic. you should contact directly with the BS asking them about this situation.

I´ve see much more difficult at IMD or Insead, but maybe you get some lucky news from the others.

Good luck,


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raina_uv

Well actually I was targeting Jan'09 oe sept'09. So I have time for that. I just wanted to know what chances I have.
Do you have any idea about International School of Management?How good it is?

Well actually I was targeting Jan'09 oe sept'09. So I have time for that. I just wanted to know what chances I have.
Do you have any idea about International School of Management?How good it is?
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Sorry, nothing about ISM. I think that this is not a good option and there aree many schools that can give you better chances for an international career than ISM.

Jan09/sep09 should be faced with differents schedules, and of course you have time (at least for sep09 no applications before sep 08). Also you have time to retake the GMAT.

Sorry, nothing about ISM. I think that this is not a good option and there aree many schools that can give you better chances for an international career than ISM.

Jan09/sep09 should be faced with differents schedules, and of course you have time (at least for sep09 no applications before sep 08). Also you have time to retake the GMAT.
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vipul261

Hello Singlespain

Can you please tell me the Schools where there is Jan 09 Session. i will be taking my Gmat on 20th Sep. I know that i will be late for Jan 09 session (if any) by then, But please suggest if i can apply any where in Spain

Hello Singlespain

Can you please tell me the Schools where there is Jan 09 Session. i will be taking my Gmat on 20th Sep. I know that i will be late for Jan 09 session (if any) by then, But please suggest if i can apply any where in Spain
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Thomas

Hi aspiring MBA applicant,

A GMAT score of 630 is a bit low if you are talking about the first tier business schools in Europe. I would strongly advise you to score at least a 650, even so, it's a bit low and your successful application would highly depend on your other skills.

I have been assisting other aspiring professionals to craft their applications, CVs, resumes and such for their MBA application. Some of my partners and clients are now in top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD and alike. Please pm me to discuss more if you require.

I wish you good luck in your application.

Kind regards,
Thomas
thomaswai.blogspot.com

Hi aspiring MBA applicant,

A GMAT score of 630 is a bit low if you are talking about the first tier business schools in Europe. I would strongly advise you to score at least a 650, even so, it's a bit low and your successful application would highly depend on your other skills.

I have been assisting other aspiring professionals to craft their applications, CVs, resumes and such for their MBA application. Some of my partners and clients are now in top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD and alike. Please pm me to discuss more if you require.

I wish you good luck in your application.

Kind regards,
Thomas
thomaswai.blogspot.com
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blitzd

Hi aspiring MBA applicant,

A GMAT score of 630 is a bit low if you are talking about the first tier business schools in Europe. I would strongly advise you to score at least a 650, even so, it's a bit low and your successful application would highly depend on your other skills.

I have been assisting other aspiring professionals to craft their applications, CVs, resumes and such for their MBA application. Some of my partners and clients are now in top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD and alike. Please pm me to discuss more if you require.

I wish you good luck in your application.

Kind regards,
Thomas
thomaswai.blogspot.com


Hi Thomas,

I took the GMAT recently, and scored a low 620. i will be taking the exam again although this time with some preparation.
My plan is to send some apps to schools such as HEC paris, ENPC, Pairs, Rotterdam, etc.
I have 3 years of experience and am currently working in the BUsiness Development Dept as a Sr. Engineer.
ANy suggestions?

Regards,

Blitzd

<blockquote>Hi aspiring MBA applicant,

A GMAT score of 630 is a bit low if you are talking about the first tier business schools in Europe. I would strongly advise you to score at least a 650, even so, it's a bit low and your successful application would highly depend on your other skills.

I have been assisting other aspiring professionals to craft their applications, CVs, resumes and such for their MBA application. Some of my partners and clients are now in top schools such as Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD and alike. Please pm me to discuss more if you require.

I wish you good luck in your application.

Kind regards,
Thomas
thomaswai.blogspot.com </blockquote>

Hi Thomas,

I took the GMAT recently, and scored a low 620. i will be taking the exam again although this time with some preparation.
My plan is to send some apps to schools such as HEC paris, ENPC, Pairs, Rotterdam, etc.
I have 3 years of experience and am currently working in the BUsiness Development Dept as a Sr. Engineer.
ANy suggestions?

Regards,

Blitzd
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check IE, ESADE and IESE website. As far as I know, ESADE 1 year MBA starts Apr09 so its fine to apply now.


Hello Singlespain

Can you please tell me the Schools where there is Jan 09 Session. i will be taking my Gmat on 20th Sep. I know that i will be late for Jan 09 session (if any) by then, But please suggest if i can apply any where in Spain

check IE, ESADE and IESE website. As far as I know, ESADE 1 year MBA starts Apr09 so its fine to apply now.




<blockquote>Hello Singlespain

Can you please tell me the Schools where there is Jan 09 Session. i will be taking my Gmat on 20th Sep. I know that i will be late for Jan 09 session (if any) by then, But please suggest if i can apply any where in Spain</blockquote>
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