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GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA

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GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2012, 14:46
I know that it is kind of early for me to supplicate for a profile evaluation considering that I have yet to earn my BA but I would like to know where I stand. Accordingly, I will keep it short. Thanks in advance for any feedback.

Nationality:Turkish
Age:22
Gender:Male

Undergrad:Economics/Top university in Turkey
GPA:~3.30
GMAT:760 (Q:51/V:41)

Virtually no leadership experience.
Little bit of volunteer work.
Basically, extracurricular activities are not my strong suit.

I am considering to apply at fall of 2012 and by that time I will have 6 months of work experience. The reason why I am so impatient is that I will probably be underemployed and/or in a job that is inconsistent with my career goals.

Post MBA goal: Management consulting, preferably in US but Canada or Australia would do as well. Other than that, location does not matter.

Given my background, where could I expect to be accepted?
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Re: GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2012, 00:39
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With six months of work experience, the only programs that will likely take you in are not MBAs but MiMs which are designed for people with 0-1 years of experience. If you want an MBA, you have options like Yale Silver Scholars or HBS 2+2, which are specially designed to catch good candidates early, but for most programs you will need at least 3 years work experience before applying.
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