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New post 15 Oct 2013, 15:16
Hi, im asking gurus here to evaluate my profile.

I received b.s. in electrical engineering from a top10 engineering school, and m.s.e in electrical and computer engineering from a top 5 engineering school.

My undergrad GPA is 3.45 and graduate GPA is 3.5 with GMAT of 750.

I have been working in a high tech company (e.g. MS, google) for 3 years.

I also own a small nonprofit online consulting service ompany .

Im trying to go to MBA switch BC it seems intetesting and im sick of being engineer.

Currently I have passed cfa level one and look forward to taking next levels.

So do you think I have a good.chance of getting into columbia, booth, upenn possibly with fellowship for ED for Columbia?
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New post 19 Oct 2013, 07:23
You have a pretty good background for business school. I, however, am not an expert in admissions. Luckily I'm aligned with a very good admissions consulting firm - mbaMission. You can sign up for a free 30 minute consultation and get a solid answer to your question. Here is the link to sign up for a consult -


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New post 05 Nov 2013, 19:34
You have a good shot but positioning yourself as a transition to finance might not be the best strategy. Schools, like Columbia, are wary of double-career switchers (switching both function and industry) so if you apply with these goals you might wish to stay in the technology industry so you are only switching function.

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