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# Profiile Evaluation: 8-year Software Engineer

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Profiile Evaluation: 8-year Software Engineer [#permalink]

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27 Aug 2012, 19:34
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29 Aug 2012, 07:45
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01 Sep 2012, 05:49
I am looking for a career change, so I think full time MBA is better for me. If I can take GMAT agian and score over 720, are those schools still a stretch goals?

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04 Sep 2012, 11:11
Those schools are always a stretch for anyone--just look at their admission percentages. You just happen to also fall into a large applicant pool: Asian ethnicity with Technology background. Another problem with your profile is your post MBA goal is Technology startup. You probably know that most entrepreneurs don't have MBAs, they just get out there and make things happen, figuring out what they need to along the way to survive and succeed. So, in short, if you are going to try to convince the committees that you have the "right stuff" to become a Tech entrepreneur, they will likely wonder why you have not made that happen on your own already. You need to work on your story and the ability to convince someone you have entrepereneur potential.
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