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28 Apr 2013, 12:30
TonyMontana896 wrote:

Last thing to consider is that I'm married. I'm sure Austin would offer many more job opportunities for my wife.

Well, this might be the clincher. Does the wife have a preference?
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29 Apr 2013, 10:49
Dude you have a stellar GMAT score and you will kick ass even at Darden. So you have very good chance of getting your dream job from Darden. Money wont matter in 10 years time(all the more since you have savings). The only thing to consider is are you ready to battle it out at Darden(due to tougher curriculum and competition) or you would rather breeze through MBA courses. Its all about your commitment to MBA.
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