Well your profile looks absolutely fine. Just for your information the weightage given to work exp, extracurricular, acads & GMAT scores is not more than 35% to 40% in the entire b-school application. Most important factors in any b-school application are essays & interviews which alone covers 60% to 65% of the application. One of my friend who was an avg. student with 2 yrs. of work exp got admit to top 15 FT ranking b-school. The point is that you need to work hard on your application essays & interviews to convert your chances from application to admission. So, I would strongly suggest you to pursue your plans for 2014 intake. You can try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
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I am a new member at GMATclub and am looking for some advice from people here
Undergrad: Civil Engineering (India)..university in top 10 tech school in India
Grad: Engineering Mechanics (US)..university in top 15 engineering school in US
Work in High Tech industry for 1.5 years now R&D lab (India)..Also a participant of corporate rotational leadership program
Six sigma green belt (under training)
Community work: Teach high school mathematics at local institute for deaf
Also active in fundraising as member of alumni association
I am clear about going for an MBA and am seeking corporate strategy or consulting after MBA
Queries: Can I give it a shot with 3 years work ex for Fall 2014? or Is it too early
I am aiming top 15 B schools in US..Your suggestions will help me plan in better way!!!
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