560 on GMAT, Best business schools for my profile


Manasi
Hi,

I recently appeared for GMAT and scored 560 (Q42, V25)
I do not wish to re-appear. Here is how my profile goes.

1 Year Work experience as a Content Editor and Writer
4.5 Years experience in IT as a Engineer
I have a CGPA of 6.7
I write a health blog.
I look forward to be an entrepreneur or something in Marketing

Kindly suggest what course/business schools I can apply to for my profile.
I plan to start school in Fall 2018

Thanks!

[Edited by Manasi on Oct 03, 2017]

Hi,

I recently appeared for GMAT and scored 560 (Q42, V25)
I do not wish to re-appear. Here is how my profile goes.

1 Year Work experience as a Content Editor and Writer
4.5 Years experience in IT as a Engineer
I have a CGPA of 6.7
I write a health blog.
I look forward to be an entrepreneur or something in Marketing

Kindly suggest what course/business schools I can apply to for my profile.
I plan to start school in Fall 2018

Thanks!
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Razors Edg...
What regions are you looking at? US / Europe / UK?

What are your goals?

Right off the bat, the differential between your verbal and quant scores will be a red flag. B-schools tend to look for balanced scores, and if you could get more balance between the two scores, this would improve your chances a lot.
What regions are you looking at? US / Europe / UK?

What are your goals?

Right off the bat, the differential between your verbal and quant scores will be a red flag. B-schools tend to look for balanced scores, and if you could get more balance between the two scores, this would improve your chances a lot.
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mba hipste...
Agreed with Razors Edge on the idea of a balanced GMAT score. A 25 on the verbal section is rather low - in the 40th percentile - and this will be a red flag for many business schools. Also, with lower scores it's easier to raise them with some prep, unlike with higher scores, which tend to see diminishing returns for increased study time.
Agreed with Razors Edge on the idea of a balanced GMAT score. A 25 on the verbal section is rather low - in the 40th percentile - and this will be a red flag for many business schools. Also, with lower scores it's easier to raise them with some prep, unlike with higher scores, which tend to see diminishing returns for increased study time.
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