How can an Indian explain a low GMAT score since we are supposed to be good test takers?
I know that this has become mainstream but really how are we supposed to explain otherwise? Would we still need to consider explaining if it is within the 80% range of a school?
- Kofi Kankam expert Hi Sai - you are not "supposed" to be good test-takers. I know what you mean, but I would simply rely on your other metrics: Analyis at work/great recommendations and good grades (including taking some courses in accounting, finance, or economics) can be helpful.
- Shannon Lopez Couldn't agree more with @Kofi Kankam. Stereotypes are rarely a good thing, and I'd urge you to not let a potential stereotype hold you back. Focus on all the good you've got!