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Profile Evaluation For Quantiative/Part-Time MBA

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Joined: 27 May 2013
Posts: 17
Location: United States
GMAT 1: 740 Q48 V42
GMAT 2: Q0 V0
GPA: 3.42
Followers: 0

Kudos [?]: 13 [0], given: 3

Profile Evaluation For Quantiative/Part-Time MBA [#permalink] New post 02 Jun 2013, 12:50
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Affiliations: Columbia, Wharton, LBS
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Schools: Harvard, Stanford, LBS, Columbia, Wharton, HEC Paris
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Re: Profile Evaluation For Quantiative/Part-Time MBA [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2013, 05:36
Thanks for the posting.

Based on the information you present, you have to potential to be a competitive candidate at all of these schools. Just be aware that while your GMAT/GPA is competitive, most of the schools you are targeting evaluate the quality of your undergraduate institution and this may dilute your undergraduate GPA somewhat. I also think that with a strong application, that you might be good candidate for some other quant focused schools -- such as Columbia and Booth. While these schools are very competitive, you can make yourself competitive at both and graduating from these would make your future career transition a bit easier. You just never know unless you try.

Also, I see that you are looking at both f/t and p/t programs. Given this, Tepper has an on-line program that would give you both the quant focus you are seeking but also allow you to keep your current job (or another full-time position).

Last point is do not get a recommendation from your undergraduate dean -- you have been out of school for too long and business schools want to LOR from professionals who you have had more recent dealings with.

Good luck.

Kimberly Plaga
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Joined: 27 May 2013
Posts: 17
Location: United States
GMAT 1: 740 Q48 V42
GMAT 2: Q0 V0
GPA: 3.42
Followers: 0

Kudos [?]: 13 [0], given: 3

Re: Profile Evaluation For Quantiative/Part-Time MBA [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2013, 08:02
Thank you! This was very insightful!

ManhattanReview wrote:
Thanks for the posting.

Based on the information you present, you have to potential to be a competitive candidate at all of these schools. Just be aware that while your GMAT/GPA is competitive, most of the schools you are targeting evaluate the quality of your undergraduate institution and this may dilute your undergraduate GPA somewhat. I also think that with a strong application, that you might be good candidate for some other quant focused schools -- such as Columbia and Booth. While these schools are very competitive, you can make yourself competitive at both and graduating from these would make your future career transition a bit easier. You just never know unless you try.

Also, I see that you are looking at both f/t and p/t programs. Given this, Tepper has an on-line program that would give you both the quant focus you are seeking but also allow you to keep your current job (or another full-time position).

Last point is do not get a recommendation from your undergraduate dean -- you have been out of school for too long and business schools want to LOR from professionals who you have had more recent dealings with.

Good luck.

Kimberly Plaga
Senior Admissions Consultant
Manhattan Review
Re: Profile Evaluation For Quantiative/Part-Time MBA   [#permalink] 03 Jun 2013, 08:02
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