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I am going to start at GSB in Jan 2009 (Evening program). I am thankful to this forum for all its help. If anyone has any specific questions regarding the application process, I shall be happy to answer them.
Experience: Product Development/Research (Hard core heavy duty equipment manufacturing, 7 yrs, Engineer to manager, same company), GMAT 670
Extra-curriculars - nothing major
690-710 GMAT should be no problem. I think my strengths were my essays and my interview.
I would say the interview is more of a personal discussion. Be open, confident and specific as to why you need a MBA. My questions varied from Why GSB to What I would do if money was no object?! I settled into my comfort zone from the start and had a natural flow to the conversation. Do not prepare too much, you should be fine.
Thanks for the info, I am looking to do Chicago GSB part time and I am rather new to the application process. I was wondering if you could expand on the essays for part time Chicago GSB? How many? Length? How much guidance they gave? And how did you compensate for lack of EC's, I really do not have much and was thinking this would greatly hinder my chances?
Congratulations on your admissions. I am also aspirant for GSB. I am an electronics engg from NIT (REC), India. I gave my gmat in 2005 scoring low of 640 and planning to give my gmat again aiming for something 700+. Can you let me know whether 700+ should put me in comfort zone or 680-690 would be OK ?