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How about my chances? [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2006, 14:25
Hi, guys..I would like to ask for your opinion about my chances .. having graduated from the University of applied sciences with MBA in Intern.Management and Marketing(Germany) with GPA 2.1 and the Intern. University of Kyrgyzstan with honour GPA 1.2, I'd like to apply to a PHD in marketing (MIT). I have only 2 years of working experience as Finance assistand and Finance coordinator (6 month) of the intern. organisation, what I do not have is GMAT score, but I am going to make GMAT soon, how would you evaluate my chances?
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2006, 15:36
I have only really looked at Finance programs, but this is what I have found. Unlike a MBA, top programs (such as MIT) often care little about work experience. They are looking to develop great prof's and researchers, so unless you work exp. is an indicator of your research ability then it is not really an asset when applying to top programs. I think that as you get to lesser schools this rule applies less.

I can't say anything about your chances for admissions though, as like I said above I have only looked at finance programs.

Good luck though.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2006, 02:40
just don't do soemthing like applying *only* to MIT. I just saw this great guy with a fantastic profile who has two offer letters from top univs + has been interviewed at Harvard - get rejected at MIT.

So, please spread your risk... thats all.
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Thank you ..
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