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Profile Eval. Indian Non-IT Male - Full time MBA

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New post 10 Feb 2013, 18:50
Hello


My top choices are Chicago Booth, London Business School, Indian School of Business and INSEAD.

I was wondering what schools and what strategy would suit me to achieve such a career switch.

Here is my profile:

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New post 12 Feb 2013, 14:24
I think you would have a shot at your target schools with your profile. Having a seven year consulting background will be valuable as a classmate, so what you bring to the table should be attractive to the admissions committees. Additionally, your strong GMAT score coupled with your Master's and undergrad degrees tell them that you can handle the academic rigors of a top flight MBA program. You are actually a little older than most b-school applicants, which can be couched as an advantage and potentially even a diversity play (older, wiser, etc.). Make sure you cast a compelling vision for what you want to achieve post MBA and why now is the time to go back.
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