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New post 14 Oct 2006, 11:24
Hi, I'm new here. I was hoping to get your valuable input on my profile, before I start submitting applications. Seems like people here have an exceptional knowledge on the whole MBA process, so without further ado...

24 years old
About 2 years work experience as an Accountant
Ohio State BBA in Business Economics; 3.3 GPA
GMAT: 610
Little to no volunteer work
Pretty good recommenders, including current boss who is an MBA, previous boss, and current and previous co-workers

Schools:
1. Ohio State
2. Case Western Reserve
3. Chicago (likely impossible, but you never know)
4. Cleveland State (safe school I presume)

One thing I'm concerned about is the average age of applicants, since I'm relatively young. Is this heavily considered? Also, work experience seems to average 3-5 years, so that's disconcerting as well. Any comments will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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New post 15 Oct 2006, 23:36
Yes, the low number of years of work experience will likely make it a bit difficult for you unless you have some real outstanding career experiences that you can point to.

I would recommend considering working for one more year and shoring up your GMAT score.
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