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Prof Eval [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2011, 11:15
Hi Alex,

I recently graduated and I will be starting full time work this month. I took the GMAT in March '10 so I will need to apply to business school within ~3 years of work to be within the 5 year window. I am Chinese, US citizen.

1) I will be working full time for GOOG in an operations associate role concerning fraud and financial security. I did internships at Big 4 Advisory, GE, and regional mortgage bank.
2) 750 GMAT, balanced Q/V
3) Top state school (Michigan, UVA), major in Chinese studies 3.3 overall, 3.9 major gpa, minors in math and computer science
4) President of large campus multicultural org, organized many large events, I plan on getting involved with multicultural
5) I will have the opportunity to do coursework towards project management certificates at Stanford during my employment at no cost to me. **Will this help my application?
6) Top 7.
7) MBB Consulting or F500 Business Development

Will my job role be sufficient experience within 3 years to apply for the top programs? would you suggest i apply for internal transfer to a different team or should i stay in my group and try to get a promotion within the 3 years?

Also, can you provide any specific details about the 5 year GMAT window? Does my application just need to be submitted before March '15, do I need to enroll before March '15, or does the school only need to receive the score before March '15? What if I have already sent the score to my target programs?
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Re: Prof Eval [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2011, 11:08
To be honest, it's too early to say. Just focus on your job now, rather than worrying about whether you can or cannot get into b-school years from now, or whether doing a transfer will help or not.

As for GMAT scores, the five year window means that so long as you apply by R2 deadlines (Jan 2015), you'll be fine.

Again, focus on your job. There's way too much work ahead of you right now to be worrying about something like this at this point.
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