GRE:325. Which MBA colleges I should apply?


Hi, I am planning on applying for the MBA program in the United states and MiM in Europe. I want to know my chances of getting an admit. Also, what other schools can I target with my profile?

My profile is as follows:

India, STEM

IIT TP - CGPA 9.02

12th - 92%

10th - CGPA 9.8

GRE - 325 (Q170, V155, AWA 3.5)

Work experience: 3 years

My percentile score in Verbal 67% so I am worried if I will be rejected because of that?

Which all schools should I target? Is my work experience too less for MBA program?



I will really appreciate your advice. Thanks in advance.

[Edited by Shivang Shukla on Jun 27, 2021]

Hi, I am planning on applying for the MBA program in the United states and MiM in Europe. I want to know my chances of getting an admit. Also, what other schools can I target with my profile?<br>
My profile is as follows:<br>
India, STEM<br>
IIT TP - CGPA 9.02<br>
12th - 92%<br>
10th - CGPA 9.8<br>
GRE - 325 (Q170, V155, AWA 3.5)<br>
Work experience: 3 years<br>
My percentile score in Verbal 67% so I am worried if I will be rejected because of that?<br>
Which all schools should I target? Is my work experience too less for MBA program?<br>
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I will really appreciate your advice. Thanks in advance.
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Without knowing your career goals, it's not easy to say.

With three years of work experience—and with a GRE score, rather than a GMAT score—I think most MBAs in the US would be off the table. A very strong and balanced GMAT score (720+), plus demonstrable leadership experience, would put you in a better position to apply for an MBA. 

Without knowing your career goals, it's not easy to say.<br><br>With three years of work experience—and with a GRE score, rather than a GMAT score—I think most MBAs in the US would be off the table. A very strong and balanced GMAT score (720+), plus demonstrable leadership experience, would put you in a better position to apply for an MBA.&nbsp;<br><br>
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