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740 (Q50 V40) - Indian - non-IT Background - 5 years Ex [#permalink]
13 Aug 2013, 07:45
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I am planning to apply for various programs in the Fall 2014 intake, would be obliged if you evaluate my profile and help me decide the colleges suitable for my profile.
Demographics: Indian / Male / Age 26 Academics: Bachelors in Electronics and communication Engineering, 2009. 68%. Delhi University: Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology(NSIT), India. GMAT: 740 (Q50, V40) - Yet to get the official score
Work Experience: 5 years at the time i will join a b school Working as an Assistant Manager in a Business Research Firm Manage team that conducts primary and secondary research and analyses information using Porter's 5 forces model, PESTLE analysis and other framework to conduct market analysis Have international working experience Currently as a part of Category Team with a target of certain % savings on a billion dollar annual spend Have been part of interview panel for recruitment Have mentored and trained several new-joiners to shape up their respective careers Supported in Business Development through new product creation
Post MBA Goal To enter into strategic planning for a procurement of indirect materials Basically climb up the ladder in category management
However, I am open to suggestions for a better post-MBA goal
Colleges under consideration 1. Broad 2. Tepper 3. Kelley 4. Smeal 5. Ross 6. Fuqua
I am confused with two aspects
1. Is my list of target colleges fine? or I am missing out on some good schools? I do need guidance on school selection. 2. Would supply chain or procurement would be a better suitable career option based on my current profile and MBA education?
Also, I am largely skeptical about selection of Ross as I would be needing a non-consignor loan, which I have heard Ross doesnt provide with.
http://blog.ryandumlao.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/IMG_20130807_232118.jpg The GMAT is the biggest point of worry for most aspiring applicants, and with good reason. It’s another standardized test when most of us...