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Male 26 Years old at time of MBA initiation (45 months post undergrad work experience) Mexico GMAT 700 (48Q,38V) 114 TOEFL ibt 3.44 GPA (majored in economics in important Mexican University)
Professional work experience: Worked 1 year in finance for major international tobacco company, Succesfully began and ran personal business for 1 year then sold it (led 8 employees) 2 years experience coordinating a team in the finance department for one of Mexicos most important telecommunications companies.
Extra info: Lived in 3 different countries Played tennis for entire life (varsity college tennis team, toured in Europe, etc.) Professional Magician (appearing on local TV magic shows, stage performances, up close magic, etc.) 18 months undergrad intern experience in strategic planning (major worldwide glass company) Member of Paintball team in Mexico (National Mexican champions, participated in 2 paintball world cups) Community service: volunteered for 1 year at non profit helping avoid drinking and driving in young people, led team to implement important city wide project which made me interact with top politicians, police chiefs and even the mayor.
I am planning to apply round 2 to: Wharton, Chicago, Kellog, MIT, Cornell, Tuck and UT.
Do you think I may be being extremely ambitious or what MBA programs would you recommend?
No, I don't think you're being overly ambitious. Based on the information you've given, you appear to be competitive with all the schools you've targeted; you're probably less competitive at MIT Sloan than the others.
I can't comment on your fit at these schools or suggest others because you've given no goals.
Accepted is holding a webinar on "The Art of a Gripping MBA Goals Essay" on Monday, Nov. 8, that might interest you. See our website for details.
All of my experience has been in corporate finance, and I would really like to use my MBA to learn and get into investment banking. Post MBA I would like to continue in the finance world and try and get a job in the USA (I love Mexico, but the situation with the drug cartel war in Northern Mexico where Im from has just gotten to bad), be it corporate finance or investment banking. Si I am interested in a financially strong school with an alumni network that is heavily focused in the finance sector. I have also decided to add NYU Stern to my list. Any comments would be appreciated. Thank you very much.
Re: Yet another profile evaluation
04 Nov 2010, 08:25
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