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# Need Suggestions where to Apply

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03 Mar 2006, 15:40
Hello Guys ,

The forum members have done outstanding job of sharing information that is so valuable.

I have got my GMAT score last week 660(Q49 V 31) . Need suggestions as to where to apply. My goal is to do a part time MBA keeping my job.

My Brief Profile :

- Indian Citizen but residing in US
- Have a GMAT score of 660
- Masters in Computer Science (3.92)
Bachelors in Electrical Engg(3.73)
- About 8 yrs of experience in Code, Design and Manage Data warehousing projects with subject expertise in Insurance
- Currently employed with IBM Business Consulting

So any hints as where to apply. I know its tough to answer without knowing my preferences. Will i be able to get into Chicago area elite schools (Kellogg, UIC ) for par time ?

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03 Mar 2006, 20:11
Are you sure you mean UIC?

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04 Mar 2006, 20:49
I actually meant GSB, Chicago

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04 Mar 2006, 23:18
The two ultra elites in Chicago are a reasonable starting place. I would also take a look at Michigan's PT program.

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