Thanks for the advice. I am planning to apply, but have thought about waiting for next year only for the benefit of potentially looser admissions requirements.
When you say I'm not a traditional applicant are you just refering to my extra curriculars? Other than that, I would consider myself to be a very traditional candidate - 3 years out of school, just below average GPA and just above average GMAT...
I work in the legal field, but moreso in a quantitative capacity than legal. I believe my work experience is very strong compared to most applicants my age.Posted from my mobile device
It was the "3.1 GPA at a top 30 Liberal Arts college, but with a humanities major and very little quantitative coursework." that threw me into the non-traditional aspect of things.
To be honest with you, given your varsity (captain) experience, schools will value that a lot, especially if it's a D1 school. Is there a particular reason as to why part-time programs, and why Boston only? I don't mean to pry and if it's something personal to you, that's fine and well. However, with a higher GMAT score (700+), you can easily aim for a top 20 full-time MBA program in the states. Just a thought.
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