Thanks for your inquiry. It sounds like you have a lot of technical experience and a strong undergraduate performance. Your GMAT is below the average of students in the program (which is around 690).
If you don’t have time to take the test above, you’ll want to play up your strengths in quant, and try to compensate for the lower than average verbal score by putting together a very strong applications with well done essays and a flawless resume.
I also think that you have a lot of strong work experience, but you’ll want to draw out the experiences that are relevant to management / business leadership. For each of the bullet points on your resume, I would want to know exactly what leadership or management experience you demonstrated, some details on what you accomplished and a quantifiable impact / success measure.
for some helpful hints on how to craft a good “story” within your application to highlight your strengths and differentiate yourself from other candidates.
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