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Welcome to Paul Bodine [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2006, 20:55
A very warm welcome to Paul Bodine, who joins us to answer questions on the accepted.com forum.

Paul Bodine is senior editor at Accepted.com, one of the oldest and most successful online admissions consulting services. His clients have consistently earned admission to such elite business schools as Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), MIT (Sloan), Northwestern (Kellogg), Columbia, and the University of Chicago. A graduate of the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University, Paul is the author of Great Application Essays for Business School and Great Personal Statements for Law School (both McGraw-Hill, 2005) and a past contributor to the Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History, the International Directory of Company Histories, the Encyclopedia of American Industry, the Encyclopedia of Global Industry, and U.S. Industry Profiles: The Leading 100. He lives in Southern California.
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A very warm welcome to Paul Bodine, who joins us to answer questions on the accepted.com forum.

Paul Bodine is senior editor at Accepted.com, one of the oldest and most successful online admissions consulting services. His clients have consistently earned admission to such elite business schools as Harvard, Stanford, the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton), MIT (Sloan), Northwestern (Kellogg), Columbia, and the University of Chicago. A graduate of the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University, Paul is the author of Great Application Essays for Business School and Great Personal Statements for Law School (both McGraw-Hill, 2005) and a past contributor to the Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History, the International Directory of Company Histories, the Encyclopedia of American Industry, the Encyclopedia of Global Industry, and U.S. Industry Profiles: The Leading 100. He lives in Southern California.

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Paul Bodine - Request your help [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2007, 09:49
Dear Paul Bodine:

I would like to know whether my profile is the right fit or an overkill for a Full Time MBA Program in the Elite Schools (Iam targetting HWS).

Iam an Indian aged 33+ (:oops: )and working in abroad currently. I have a Masters Degree in Engineering and 10 Years of Work Ex in an Global IT Company. I have close to 7 years of Management experience (of the Total 10 years of experience). I manage a team of close to 1000 People (Responsible for 10s of Millions of USD)and have exposure to the entire operations of IT Company.

I worked in 4 continents, have exposure to multiple cultures and speak/understand/ manage couple of Foreign languages. I am very ambitious and a Study savvy guy.

I am very passionate to study in H or W or S and visited these schools during my visits to US (1998, 2002, 2004).As my background and profile was not good 7 years back, I struggled hard in my career to create a profile to getinto the School I wanted. Now I only know IT side of any business but would like to learn and gain experience on the business side (which I lack today) aswell so that I can be a complete business executive. I guess my 2 year Fulltime MBA will lay a foundation for what I am aspiring for.

Even though I am married and have kids, I strongly feel that I am still 33 (conflicting message..) :wink: and still 20 more years to go in Business or profession. I would like to recharge,restrategise and equip myself to be competitive by doing MBA and realise my dreams (both personal and professional).

I would like to know whether I am the right guy for a Full time MBA? Are my global experience or age a hindrence for admission?

Request your advise.

Regards.
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