Thank you for using the timer!
We noticed you are actually not timing your practice. Click the START button first next time you use the timer.
There are many benefits to timing your practice, including:
Hello, I would appreciate your input on my profile , my profile is as follows:
GMAT: 680 (Q50 V32), AWA (6.0) Undergraduate Education : Mechanical Engineering, Top University in Asia GPA: 2.5 Postgraduate Education : Mechanical Engineering, Top University in Asia, Gold Medalist GPA: 3.95
Nationality: Indian Age: 28
Work Experience: 7 years at matriculation (hopefully applying for Fall 2013) in new product introduction roles. Current Work: GE Water Thailand. Involved in developing new products in the Water industry and government related projects in different sectors.
Job: I am a technical Lead at GE Water heading global team of experts. Extra Curriculars: I was the captain of my university cricket team. I head several green initiatives in GE. I am business development officer in another NGO. I was on management committee of the school council. I play professional cricket as vice-captain in the Malaysian League.
Int'l Experience: Worked in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and United States.
Planning to work after MBA in product management preferrably in the Energy Sector and want to get an MBA from Top US business school.
Do you think I have a better shot at the LGO/MEM programs compared to the normal MBA?
Preferred list: 1. MIT 2. Wharton 2. Duke 3. Columbia 4. Darden 5. Tepper
Hello there! As an Indian Tech male with a 680 and a 2.5 your chances at the first four schools on your list will be slim. This doesn't mean you can't apply to them, because you should apply to the one or two that you love best. But, taking into consideration the huge pool you come from, and the numbers you have, the best thing you can do to build yourself a solid strategy that will secure you an admit is to add a few schools to your list in which your chances would be Competitive to Good. Right now, the list you have is schools in which your chances would mostly be stretch, and selected a good school list is a vital part of any strategy.
Sure. Schools like Goizueta, Kelly, Olin would offer you solidly competitive chances, and if you wanted a more "safe" school, look at schools ranked 30-50 on US News - Mays, Foster, Krannert, Broad, etc. _________________
http://blog.ryandumlao.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/IMG_20130807_232118.jpg The GMAT is the biggest point of worry for most aspiring applicants, and with good reason. It’s another standardized test when most of us...