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Profile Evaluation Request [#permalink] New post 07 Apr 2013, 20:22
Wanted to get your thoughts on my chances of getting into a top 10 B-school. I was thinking on the lines of Darden/Tepper/Ross/Duke and would like to hear your thoughts on my odds of getting into those schools.

Any help or advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: Profile Evaluation Request [#permalink] New post 09 Apr 2013, 04:52
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Hey there and thanks for dropping a line!

Looking at your profile I'd say you'd be competitive at the schools you mentioned, although you don't have any single "safe school" on your list and I'd suggest adding one, which is esp. important for candidates come from large applicant pools such as yourself. One thing that wasn't entirely clear was whether you have actual leads - meaning as opposed to project leadership which is far more common. This is one thing that can make a big difference in your application.

Inevitably, it will be also important for you to find, select and home in on two or three very unique points you have in your background. For as good as your profile is, once again you are up against some tough competition, so you want to differentiate yourself as much as possible (and your Masters and your US experience are certainly two ways to begin).

But I would say if you added one or two more schools to your list and started with these schools in R1 that this is a pretty reasonable strategy.

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