Thanks for reaching out to me. Could you provide a little more information are your goals? The MBA is more a degree that will help you get somewhere, rather than a degree that will help you travel back in time. I am kidding ... But not really.
The reality of your re-applicant situation is that I should be asking you what happened. Now that you are a little older and wiser at the age of 33, what do you think went wrong last time?
Please evaluate my profile and help me shortlist schools where I stand a reasonable chance of getting accepted.
MY PROFILE : Age 33, Indian Male
EDUCATION : High School: 75.2 %
Senior Secondary School: 62 %
Bachelors in Civil Engineering from Pune University with 55 % aggregate (Degree certificate mentions "first class with distinction" as degree is awarded on the basis of final year's marks which in my case is 66%)
GMAT SCORE : Total 700 ( Q 47, V 38)
WORK EXPERIENCE: 9 years of work experience of both government and private top infrastructure companies. Have first hand experience of India's first metro rail project, airport development projects and PPP projects. One of the few employees to have been considered for an out of turn promotion in my current job at a public sector company where time bound promotion is the norm.
I have shortlisted a few schools:
US: Fuqua (duke), Ross (Re-applicant, first application 2 years back) , Kellogg, Tuck, Wharton, Kenan-Flagler(Re-applicant, had interview call in first application 2 years back)
POST MBA Concentrations : Infrastructure industry.
Could you please evaluate my candidacy for the above schools and suggest more schools based on my profile?
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