Hi techguy -
I agree - you definitely seem like EMBA material to me. Part-time MBA programs tend to be filled with younger, less experienced candidates.
In an EMBA program, you would be with peers who would be more similar to you. Additionally, when you graduate with your EMBA, you'll have a network of more experienced and prestigious individuals.
Some EMBA programs do have an interest in a higher level of managerial experience than your profile presents. Have you had any managerial experience overseeing significant projects and/or budgets? Don't forget that this can also count as managerial experience.
If the GMAT is required, by all means provide it. However, if the GMAT is not required, I would not recommend providing it. It's an OK, but not great, score.
If I can help further, please let me know. Before becoming an MBA admissions consultant, I was the Director of Full-Time, Executive and Professional MBA Admissions for a top-30 school. Happy to help!
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