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New post 23 Nov 2005, 08:24
I am in the process of picking B schools. My GMAT is 760 (M51, V41) . AWA is still being graded. I am a 35 year old male in Maryland. I am thinking about apply for top 10. The schools in my mind are Harvard, Wharton, Stanford. Do I have a shot? The following is my credential.

Education:
(1) BS in Electrical Engieering from a so so university in China, GPA is around 3.0
(2) MS in Electrical Engineering from a 3rd tier engineering school, GPA is around 3.9

Work Experience
(1) 4 years in a chinese government agency, worked as a investment project manager.
(2) 7 years in software engineer in US telecom company. 3 of which as a project leader.

Thanks for the help

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New post 24 Nov 2005, 13:05
You may have a shot, but two big questions come to mind:

1) Do you have any community service/extracurriculars/leadership experiences that you think will set you apart?

2) You're older than the average applicant (~26 - 28 years old), and schools will ask, "Why do you want an MBA now? Why not five+ years ago?"

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