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Dear Team,

Profile -
> GMAT Score - 690(Q50,V34), IR-5, AWA -Score Awaited
> Planning for Fall 2016 courses
> Targeted aCourse - MBA in Operations Management / International Business / Strategy
> Targeted Colleges - INSEAD Singapore, ISB Hyderabad, IE Business School Spain,Columbia Business School, Chicago Booth,Any other top university

> Working Experience - Working in Reliance Infrastructure for the past 4 years.Working as Manager in project management profile as a Technical & Financial Assistant to project head.
> Project - Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project - 4000 MW Coal based power plant, working onsite in construction division of power plant.
> Rated in Excellent category during yearly performance review throughout my professional career

> Working in an NGO "Sewa Samarpan Sansthan". A gurukul type institution that provides fully free accommodation,education etc to tribal children in interior of India.

> Under graduation - B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from VIT Univerity, Vellore.CGPA-8.89/10
> 10th & 12th standard school % - 79.4% & 78.8

I have two major concerns-
A)Whether my GMAT score is sufficient or should I re-take the exam.I do believe that I can score much better in my verbal
B)Are their any top institutes in which I can get admit with my current GMAT score & profile.

Thank you in advance.

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short answer, if you are concerned about your GMAT score, and you know you can improve it, and you can do so without delaying your applications beyond Round 2, I would suggest you retake the GMAT. cheers, alex

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Thanks Alex,I will be re-appearing for GMAT after 2 weeks.

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