I'm interested in an MBA. My problem is that I don't have a degree and I am in my mid 30's.
I don't have any management experience nor any experience working for a company. I don't have any transcripts or employer references.
I can say I am successful in my field of work; as a financial speculator. Currently I make a seven figure income, it will probably be more by the time I make an application.
Providing I get the required competitive GMAT score, what are my chances of getting a place at a good school like HBS or Insead?
I feel the MBA would be useful for me in pursuing venture capital projects.
I honestly don't see how an MBA would help you, since you're obviously doing very well for yourself without a degree. I agree with the previous poster that you may want to consider an executive MBA program, but other than that, I think you're over-qualified for an MBA program.
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