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So, I belong to one of the most difficult demographics. I am a Canadian (born and raised in Canada) but my parents are from India, and I am a software engineer. I intend to do as much as I can to distance myself from the "indian techy" demographic, but I know I am lumped into that category. I realize that some schools are better than others in terms of that demographic, so I was wondering how would you stack Darden vs Tuck in terms of acceptance of "indian techies"?? Are there any other significant differences between those schools that I should be aware of in terms of what they are looking for in applicants, or what biases they tend to have?

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New post 27 Jun 2016, 15:52
Thank you for sharing,

I believe that you have a chance to get into Darden or Dartmouth. Most universities are interested not just on your background, but also in your reasons to pursue an MBA and what you want to do after your program.

It would be great if we could talk more about your working experience and your GMAT score so we can help you develop a competitive profile.

Feel free to sign up for a FREE consultation to start your application.

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