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Please evaluate my profile [#permalink] New post 18 Aug 2006, 12:41
Hi,

I am considering going to B school starting fall of 2007. I am an Asian Indian and have been a software engineer, a technical architect and then a techlead over last 11 years.

I have a decent GMAT score (750). However I will be 37 by next fall. What are the top schools where I have good chance of getting in? What are the schools I should avoid? In my favor I have excellent grades in undergrad and grad school. I have been very active in the community and am on the board of a local organization that helps immigrants. I have also successfully started a business from scratch back in India partnering with a couple of my friends from high school. My CEO and other VP's are willing to provide letters of recommendations.

Thanks in advance for your advice.
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Re: Please evaluate my profile [#permalink] New post 21 Aug 2006, 13:05
skareti wrote:
Hi,

I am considering going to B school starting fall of 2007. I am an Asian Indian and have been a software engineer, a technical architect and then a techlead over last 11 years.

I have a decent GMAT score (750). However I will be 37 by next fall. What are the top schools where I have good chance of getting in? What are the schools I should avoid? In my favor I have excellent grades in undergrad and grad school. I have been very active in the community and am on the board of a local organization that helps immigrants. I have also successfully started a business from scratch back in India partnering with a couple of my friends from high school. My CEO and other VP's are willing to provide letters of recommendations.

Thanks in advance for your advice.
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Kumar,

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