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profile evaluation request [#permalink] New post 01 Jun 2007, 14:56
Hi, I'm graduated from computer science with 3.84/4.0 and from business administration (as second major) with 3.85/4.0 gpa from a private university in Istanbul Turkey. My gmat score is 710. I do not have much work experience, I just did internship for three months at IBM. I am 25 years old and planning to apply to MBA programmes of Harvard, MIT, Columbia, Stanford and Cornell.

My first question is that am I competitive for those schools that I mentioned?

Secondly I am curious whether a master degree in MIS would be more valueble than MBA in near future.

Thanks beforehand.
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