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Please evaluate my profile [#permalink] New post 03 Feb 2006, 16:51
Hello Scott,
Please evaluate my profile. My concern is that I am aiming too high.

Indian Male 31 ( will be 32 when I apply)

8 + years IT US experience in various sectors (mainly financial ) , currently in retail banking sector.

GMAT: 710
M.S in Engineering from a good university in US (Top 20) GPA 3.4
B.Eng from a Good Engineering School in India (Top of my class, secured a Gold Medal in engineering)

I am interested in Strategic Management, and plan on taking up a consulting career.

Target Schools (in order of preference)

Wharton
Kellogg
Univ of Chicago (GSB)
Duke
Darden
Georgetown
Uni. of Maryland (Smith)

Kindly advise, whether I should look at some other schools to maximize my chances of an admission
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Looks like a good mix of schools, but what in your background do you think will separate you from all of the other Indian/IT applicants? Your challenge will be to stand out from the pack.

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