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profile Evaluation please [#permalink] New post 12 Nov 2011, 12:35
Hi

I am a 34 year old male from India, studied mechanical engineering from one of the good colleges in India and secured around 50% marks aggregate, which would be close to 3.2 gpa as the highest in my batch got around 75%. Post that did my MBA( not a very reputed one) with 100% scholarship, financed my boarding and lodging with an on campus job, got recruited to Sab Miller as a sales executive and post that reached the position with P&G as a band 1 regional sales manager for around 5 years, in total 8 years of work experience, was promoted four times in the last 5 years of work experience, started a company one year back, though have not done extremely well but now again getting on course with the same start up.

My objective is to do an MBA from top 5 namely-Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Wharton and Kellogs, plan is to do in general management, learn extensively and equally importantly network with the alumni and the batchmates to take my start up global.

Took my first Gmat, scored a horrible 600, now writing again,

Please advice,

Thanks in advance
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Re: profile Evaluation please [#permalink] New post 12 Nov 2011, 19:03
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Hi phighter,

I recommend you read this case study of an Indian candidate who pursued a 2nd MBA and was accepted into MIT Sloan:

http://www.stacyblackman.com/2011/08/25 ... econd-mba/

Additionally, I want to stress that you should aim for a 700+ on your GMAT. The schools you are interested in are very competitive and will be looking for a score in this range.


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