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    Regarding Admission After Gmat

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    I have taken the GMAT a week back and now am in the process of applying to the B-Schools. By going through the rigorous process of applying to the schools, now I surmise that I have to get some expert professional consultation which would aid me to choose the B-Schools commensurate to my profile and score.
    By way of introduction, I have done B.E in Instrumentation&Electronics from JadavpurUniversity in 2005 with a 3.3 GPA. Currently I am working in a Software firm and having an overall of 6 years of experience.
    If anyone can suggest me a good consultancy in Noida-Delhi area which can guide me through the application , it would be really great.

    Thanks In Advance
    Arnab

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    #1 a consultant is not necessary, although they can be helpful. I would look at some of the top firms: MBA mission, Veritas, etc. because many of them do virtual work and will likely have experience with your situation.

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