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Hello Everyone, GMAT # 600 (Q44, V27) Have a M.S in Chemical Engineering - 3.75 GPA. 3.5 years of work experience I worked as an Application engineer (Technical) for 1 year with Kemira Pulp & Paper Chemicals - Specialty Chemical Company Next 2 years I was with Aurora Specilaty Chemistries - Technical Sales & Service Managed over 2 million dollar account in sales - Process Chemicals for brand new paper mill - 100% recycled. I was responsible for instatlling, optimizing chemsitry & training operators for the whole mill - Mill Capacity 1000 tons of light weight Linerboard paper every day. Past 5 months I am working as R&D Manager (Management) for Hoamsote Company - Trenton, NJ (100% recycled paper mill) - Manage 1 person.
Can some one suggest me what are my chances - Part Time MBA NYU Langone, Drexel University, Temple University, Rutgers Georgetown University - Only if its worth (31/2 hours commute)
Thank you, I really appreciate your feedback. Homasote.
For part-time MBAs, you're going to get a pretty limited response on this forum. My suggestion for you is to look at each school's (that you mentioned) part-time class profile and see if your numbers fall within its range. If it does, chances are you have a good shot at getting in. If not, look at where things can be improved. _________________
Your profile looks solid for a part time program. However, GMAT is something that you may want to take a look again by comparing yours with that of the part time programs you are targeting. One important thing - While your work experience and education seem to be technical in nature, don't forget that the person reading your application may be from arts background. So use as less of tech words and jargons and focus more on business-type skills such as leadership, teamwork ,etc in your application and stories.