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Re: Profile Evaluation - B.E.; MBA; 9 yrs work; GMAT - 730 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2013, 21:43
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Rahulmba2 wrote:

I have a B.E. (Mechanical) and an MBA (Finance) from two very reputed schools in India (Both feature in the their respective Top-10 lists).
Moreover, I have work experience of 9 years, spanning across 3-4 countries. I am an Indian and have been living in the Middle East for the past 6 years.
I am 34 years old.

I recently took my GMAT and got a score of 730.

What do you think are my chances? I have thought of applying to Kellogg's; LBS; Insead; IE Business School; IMD; Wharton; Said Business School; ESADE; and Judge Business School.

Any advise will be very welcome.

You have a chance at all your target programs. I am a little concerned that your high level of experience and somewhat higher age could be a negative at a few of the programs. But give it a try.

Have you consider the Sloan programs at MIT Sloan, LBS, and the MsX at Stanford or Trium? Consider them if you are not accepted.


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