Appropriate GMAT Score


I have a work experience of around 3 yrs in IT sector in India as a Software Engineer, I would Iike to to do My MBA in finance and Chinese Business. Please let me know the sure shot score required for the following universities

1) HKUST
2) HKU
3) CUHK
4) NUS
5) NANYANG


I have a work experience of around 3 yrs in IT sector in India as a Software Engineer, I would Iike to to do My MBA in finance and Chinese Business. Please let me know the sure shot score required for the following universities

1) HKUST
2) HKU
3) CUHK
4) NUS
5) NANYANG

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There is not a "sure shot" score for the Universities. Usually there is an ideal minimum which is around 690-700, but it doesn't mean that if your result is lower you don't have chances.

GMAT is just one (minor) component of the final admission decision. Unfortunately many applicants concentrate too much on this element and don't work on their whole application, which is far more important. The result is that they get rejected even with very high GMAT scores, and don't understand why.

Katherine Watson

There is not a "sure shot" score for the Universities. Usually there is an ideal minimum which is around 690-700, but it doesn't mean that if your result is lower you don't have chances.

GMAT is just one (minor) component of the final admission decision. Unfortunately many applicants concentrate too much on this element and don't work on their whole application, which is far more important. The result is that they get rejected even with very high GMAT scores, and don't understand why.

Katherine Watson
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Rhino

It is a common knowledge that score of 650 is enough to get acceptance at second-tier B-schools. However, just GMAT score alone doesn't promise you an entry to school. I have a classmates who has score of 780 but got dinged by Harvard Business School twice. I think he was too young (24 yrs old) and his profile is quite common (business degree).

It is a common knowledge that score of 650 is enough to get acceptance at second-tier B-schools. However, just GMAT score alone doesn't promise you an entry to school. I have a classmates who has score of 780 but got dinged by Harvard Business School twice. I think he was too young (24 yrs old) and his profile is quite common (business degree).
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docdeeps

I have an exceptionally different profile for an mba ! I really want to know which B-schools (specially in europe and asia ) accept dental graduates and what should be the expected GMAT score.I had decent scores during my graduation.I am now working as consultant dental surgeon in a private clinic in India.But i really wish to get an MBA degree 1-2 years from now.

Experience- 2 yrs
Graduation- BDS from PGIMS,Rohtak (Amongst top 5 in India )
GPA- 3.82/4
Not much of extra-curricular activities though !

I have an exceptionally different profile for an mba ! I really want to know which B-schools (specially in europe and asia ) accept dental graduates and what should be the expected GMAT score.I had decent scores during my graduation.I am now working as consultant dental surgeon in a private clinic in India.But i really wish to get an MBA degree 1-2 years from now.

Experience- 2 yrs
Graduation- BDS from PGIMS,Rohtak (Amongst top 5 in India )
GPA- 3.82/4
Not much of extra-curricular activities though !
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ezra

Do you have any schools in mind? During your 1-2 years while you apply, I'd prepare for the GMAT. The higher the better, but here are some average GMAT scores from a few schools in Asia and in Europe for your reference:

HKUST 700
LBS 701
HEC 650
Cheung Kong GSB 700
CEIBS 690

I have an exceptionally different profile for an mba ! I really want to know which B-schools (specially in europe and asia ) accept dental graduates and what should be the expected GMAT score.I had decent scores during my graduation.I am now working as consultant dental surgeon in a private clinic in India.But i really wish to get an MBA degree 1-2 years from now.

Experience- 2 yrs
Graduation- BDS from PGIMS,Rohtak (Amongst top 5 in India )
GPA- 3.82/4
Not much of extra-curricular activities though !

Do you have any schools in mind? During your 1-2 years while you apply, I'd prepare for the GMAT. The higher the better, but here are some average GMAT scores from a few schools in Asia and in Europe for your reference:

HKUST 700
LBS 701
HEC 650
Cheung Kong GSB 700
CEIBS 690

<blockquote>I have an exceptionally different profile for an mba ! I really want to know which B-schools (specially in europe and asia ) accept dental graduates and what should be the expected GMAT score.I had decent scores during my graduation.I am now working as consultant dental surgeon in a private clinic in India.But i really wish to get an MBA degree 1-2 years from now.

Experience- 2 yrs
Graduation- BDS from PGIMS,Rohtak (Amongst top 5 in India )
GPA- 3.82/4
Not much of extra-curricular activities though !</blockquote>
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