Is there any upper limit on the number of years of work ex. For example if an individual is having a work ex of say 95Months, in that case will his chances for an admit to a top school are less or Schools just don't care for the upper limit?
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Schools do care about how much work experience you have and they will be somewhat concerned when an older applicant has a lot more experience than most participants in their programs. Your level of experience is clearly more than most schools' regular MBA programs. They may wonder if you wouldn't be better off in an [urlhttp://www.accepted.com
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For more information on applying as an older MBA applicant, please see MBA Admissions: Applicaion Advice for the Older Applicant
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