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Applying with less than average work experience

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New post 17 Aug 2018, 21:57
Hi there,

Guys, I have roughly 2.5 years of work experience (will be one year more in matriculation) and I'm thinking to apply on 2nd round (early January). Since in most schools average work experience of classes is 5 years, is it disadvantageous to apply with less than average WE? Please note that I need full scholarship, so simply getting into the school isn't enough for me.
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New post 18 Aug 2018, 09:22
Hi Mehemmed,

Thank you for your post. To give your profile an adequate evaluation, we require more details. After all, admissions committees do not look at a candidate's profiles purely on numbers; you are evaluated on your entire application. What have you done in those 2.5 years of work experience? What are your GPA and GMAT? Which university have you studied at? Have you been involved in your community? etc.

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Hi there,

Guys, I have roughly 2.5 years of work experience (will be one year more in matriculation) and I'm thinking to apply on 2nd round (early January). Since in most schools average work experience of classes is 5 years, is it disadvantageous to apply with less than average WE? Please note that I need full scholarship, so simply getting into the school isn't enough for me.

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