GMAT - 720
Female 30 yrs old
5 years in the US - software engineer at JPMorgan Investment Bank - work includes some very innovative technology solution implementations and several honorary awards.
got promoted twice already and in line for another this year to become VP
Undergrad - Electrical Engineering - India - Top 20 University - GPA Equivalent of 3.6
Grad - UT Dallas - MS Information Systems - GPA 3.7
Short term Goal is to pursue MBA and move into Product management within top financial firms.
Long term goal is to work my way up the ladder to executive level.
Extra Circular - Active PETA member, Marathon runner, Volley ball player, also organize volleyball coaching events for kids in spare time.
What are my chances of getting into HBS, Wharton, Columbia, HAAS, Booth or Kellog? Does undergrad hold more value than grad for admissions?
Well, you certainly have some good stuff in your profile: Fantastic GMAT. Excellent employer. Female candidate. US experience. And an excellent Masters. So the foundation seems to be there, but I don't really have enough detail to be able to say whether you should aim for Top 10, 20, or 30 schools. I am missing a whole bunch of specific information to give you a more precise evaluation, and for that I'd suggest you fill out our form (which asks all the right questions) for a free consultation:http://admissionado.com/mba/free-consultation/
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