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Need Help - Profile Evaluation [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2010, 22:37
Hi there,

I recently took GMAT and scored 640 (Q 47 and V 31). I am a Computer Engineer with 5.5 Years of experience. I am an Indian citizen and have been working in US from the last 3 years. I have worked in various domains such as Agriculture, Security Compliance, Healthcare, and Education. As per WES, my GPA is 3.58. I am planning to apply to the following universities:-

1. Western Ontario
2. Queen's
3. Rotman
4. Brigham Young University (Utah)
5. IE Madrid
6. ESADE
7. Western Ontario
8. Indiana (Kelley)
9. University of Virginia (Darden)
10.Kenan-Flagler Business School

As you can see, I do not have any location preference. Could you please help me with this. I am not sure how to start.

Thanks so much,
Manjul
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Re: Need Help - Profile Evaluation [#permalink] New post 06 Jan 2010, 12:07
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Hi manjul,

If you're just getting started, a good place to start may be our MBA admissions book (Your MBA Game Plan). That will help you asses your candidacy and figure out where your strengths and weaknesses are.

These are some of the first questions to ask youself:

* Why do you want an MBA? What do you plan to do after school?
* Why do you need one now (and not two years ago or two years from now)?
* What things have you achieved on the job that will help set you apart from other applicants?
* What things have you done outside of your job that help you stand out?
* What do you think will make you a valuable addition to the community of your target school(s)?
* What passions do you have? How can you demonstrate these in your application?

Good luck!

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