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pls evaluate [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2011, 22:19
Dear Sir,
I am working with a leading automobile manufacturing company in the operation dept. and my details are as shown below:
Ethinicity: Indian female
Gmat-730 (50 Q 39 V) AWA-5
TOEFL-108
Work Exp till Sept 2011: 25 months
College %: 75% Mechanical Engg.
Extracurriculars: excellent-leadership roles in societies, very versatile set of activities, scholarship holder, few social work activities.
I am thinking of applying to these schools in R2:
Chicago Booth, Columbia, UIUC, Purdue, Olin, Boston College,
maybe even Haas in R3. What are my chances of getting through the same.? Pls advise.
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Re: pls evaluate [#permalink] New post 02 Feb 2011, 12:00
Based on the information you provided, I would suggest that you wait one more year before applying. I think you could be a very strong candidate, but, I am worried about your lack of work experience. Most successful applicants have about 4 years of solid work experience. It will be challenging to have the record of success on your resume (and in your LORs) when you have only worked for about a year and a half (at the time you submit applications). I don't know about your personal situation or why/if you are intent on returning to school next fall, but, if I were you, I'd consider waiting and attending a top program rather than (potentially) settling now.

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