LBS MBA (2020 Intake) - calling all applicants!


I know it's a bit early, but let's discuss here!
I know it's a bit early, but let's discuss here!
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i completed my BE in CSE .But i had 10 backlogs unfortunalety .Even then i have a good score and cleared all maths paper ,managements papers and few coding subjects at first attempt.Do i have any chance of getting into MiM programe in LSB for 2020 intake ?
i completed my BE in CSE .But i had 10 backlogs unfortunalety .Even then i have a good score and cleared all maths paper ,managements papers and few coding subjects at first attempt.Do i have any chance of getting into MiM programe in LSB for 2020 intake ?
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laurie
What was your overall GPA? The average GMAT score for the program is quite high - if you have a lower than average GPA you'll probably need a 700+ GMAT score.
What was your overall GPA? The average GMAT score for the program is quite high - if you have a lower than average GPA you'll probably need a 700+ GMAT score.
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laurie
However, this thread seems to be about the LBS MBA - you might have more feedback if you start a new thread about the MiM program...
However, this thread seems to be about the LBS MBA - you might have more feedback if you start a new thread about the MiM program...
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Yes, I intended this thread to be about the MBA...
Yes, I intended this thread to be about the MBA...
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I'm really curious to hear the GMAT scores of everybody who is planning on applying. Mine is 700.
I'm really curious to hear the GMAT scores of everybody who is planning on applying. Mine is 700.
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Nice. 720 here.
Nice. 720 here.
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Hi all, I am glad to see there are some people here applying to LBS this year.

I have a question about recommendations. I would rather not ask my employer to be a referee, so I would ask a colleague. Does it have to be a colleague from my current workplace or can I ask somebody from a previous job? I only recently started in my current job and it's a small team and asking anybody would rock the boat more than I'd like.
Hi all, I am glad to see there are some people here applying to LBS this year.

I have a question about recommendations. I would rather not ask my employer to be a referee, so I would ask a colleague. Does it have to be a colleague from my current workplace or can I ask somebody from a previous job? I only recently started in my current job and it's a small team and asking anybody would rock the boat more than I'd like.
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mba hipste...
You should ask them to see if this is acceptable. It's a bit unclear on their website: "...your current employer (if you don't want to ask your employer to be a referee, a colleague is acceptable)"

So if a previous colleague is familiar with you and your work, perhaps they'd be ok with that. Ask them to be certain.
You should ask them to see if this is acceptable. It's a bit unclear on their website: "...your current employer (if you don't want to ask your employer to be a referee, a colleague is acceptable)"

So if a previous colleague is familiar with you and your work, perhaps they'd be ok with that. Ask them to be certain.
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