Tackling a LOW GMAT Score for Top MBA Programs

Are you worried that your GMAT Score might affect your MBA application? Don't let a number define your future; grab a cup of coffee and join us to learn how you can create an application for top business schools with a low GMAT Score. Register for free!


📅 March 07, 2024

🕘 10.30 AM ET | 9.00 PM IST

What you can expect from the Coffee Session:

  • The real impact of a LOW GMAT Score
  • Tips to showcase strengths beyond test scores
  • Ways to enhance other aspects of your MBA Application
  • Narrative to address a LOW GMAT effectively
  • Guidance on School selection to boost your chances of acceptance
  • Insight from an applicant who made it big despite a low GMAT score


What do you get at the end of the session?

  • Strategies to overcome a LOW GMAT score in your application
  • GMAT Waiver sample letter

    Please note: Resources will be exclusively available to attendees.

Our Speakers



Sanjna Dhingra, INSEAD

Got into INSEAD & IESE with 680 GMAT in Round 3



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Got admits from Imperial Business School, Warwick & UBC Sauder with 670 GMAT and scholarship

Why join our webinar?

Feeling down about a low GMAT score?  Don't be.

A low GMAT score doesn't have to be the end of your MBA dream. This webinar will offer you strategies and advice to move past this obstacle, improving your application beyond just numbers. We've successfully guided candidates with scores as low as 590 into prestigious MBA programs. Let us show you that a single score doesn't capture your potential. With a low GMAT score, your narrative must be exceptionally compelling. It's crucial for you to devote ample time to refining your story.

Register for our free webinar to learn how you can elevate your application and get accepted into your dream school! 



Success Stories

I was uncertain about applying to top business schools given my perceived low GMAT score. Then, I met Shantanu who certainly aspired me in taking a quantum leap and even consider LBS “A dream college” to send my application to. While confident in my ability to write compelling anecdotes and essays, I realized there were “pain points” in my application, such as a low GMAT score and the challenge of applying to LBS as an...


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