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Cornell or Darden [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2006, 04:50
Hi,

I am thinking of applying to either Cornell or Darden this year (along with a bunch of other schools).
I am wondering which would be a better fit for me. Both seem equally placed. A brief summary from my side:
1. Short-term goals: MC within manufacturing areas/companies
2. Long-term goals: Set up own manufacturing company in India
3. GMAT: 720
4. Did MS in mechanical engineering from the US (GPA: 4.0)
5. Undergrad in mech engg in India (First class)

Though Darden has better and more MC placements, things that work against Darden for me:
1. 70% Case method - not sure if I can contribute as much with my 2 years work experience...
2. I will have 2 years work ex when I matriculate (thus better chances of being accepted at Cornell than at Darden)

Any thoughts? Please help!
Thanks!
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 [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2006, 22:27
It's hard to say without knowing the other schools in the portfolio. As it stands, I could go either way.
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