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Mba After Graduation [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2010, 06:21
I am currently a college senior.I have decided to apply to b-schools for the full-time MBA program in r2 in Jan.I have a family business where ive been training and working for the past two years.I have infact been working full time,in the sense that i have college that gives over at 9 am. Could you please tell me where all i can apply in the USA (where ,of course, i might have a real chance of admission)? Currently im aware of silver scholars in Yale, Chicago (early career),UCLA,Virginia and Stanford which are college-senior-friendly. I would be highly obliged if you could help me in this situation.

I am taking my GMAT in 6 days time.I will have 1.5 months or so for my apps also.So am on a tight leash.

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I am currently a college senior.I have decided to apply to b-schools for the full-time MBA program in r2 in Jan.I have a family business where ive been training and working for the past two years.I have infact been working full time,in the sense that i have college that gives over at 9 am. Could you please tell me where all i can apply in the USA (where ,of course, i might have a real chance of admission)? Currently im aware of silver scholars in Yale, Chicago (early career),UCLA,Virginia and Stanford which are college-senior-friendly. I would be highly obliged if you could help me in this situation.

I am taking my GMAT in 6 days time.I will have 1.5 months or so for my apps also.So am on a tight leash.

Please help.
Thank You.


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