Once you have formulated your career plan, it's time to start looking for the B-schools that suit you. There are various B-school rankings available online. The Financial times rankings (FT-100) is the most popular among them. You should start visiting websites of various B-schools regularly and learn about their programs and you should do it even while preparing for the GMAT® exam.
You should specifically look for batch profile and admission criteria and estimate your chances of admission. Most schools provide information that will indicate the GMAT® score that gives you a decent chance and also the placement statistics.
Note the admission deadlines, course fee and admission criteria of the schools that suit you. You can also write to the schools seeking any specific information. Most schools respond promptly. In this era of social networking, you might be able to find that friends or acquaintances are studying or have studied in that B-school. They are the best people to give you reliable and relevant information about the B-School.
|GMAT Scores are accepted by 1900+ B-Schools across the world like Harvard Business School ,London Business School,and also by top Indian B-Schools like ISB and IIMs (for their executive program). GMAT score is valid for five years.|