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Hi folks,
I did this once before when I was still speculating on whether to go for an MBA at all, and many of the details are no longer accurate (or were at the time just aspirations that didn't come to fruition!). However, it was extremely valuable and I really benefited from the experience!

As a result, I'm doing this one more time before I buckle down and knock my applications out, just to get a last pre-read on what I should be expecting. Thank you in advance for going through the details, any insight you have would be super valuable!

Thanks again!

Demographic: Caucasian, American, Male, Transgender, 28

GMAT: 780 (49Q, 51V, 8IR, AWA will be 5 or 6 presumably)
Undergrad: very large flagship state school in the 50-70 ranking range, chemical engineering-3.2 GPA (chemical engineering program is top 25)
Grad: Master's from same school and program, chemical engineering-3.5 GPA (was in the PhD program but decided to drop out due to not enjoying my project and wanting to work in industry, so I spent 3 years in grad school to get my master's)
Extracurriculars while in school: no extracurriculars, but worked extensively (20-30 hours a week) in on-campus jobs, while serving as an RA in the dorms my junior and senior years and doing research in a lab from freshman to junior year (what is the best way to work this into an application--in my resume or in the essays?). One internship at a very small biotech startup after my senior year, before I began my master's.

Work experience:
-Company 1 (after master's): 1.5 years a process development engineer at a highly innovative, midsize (~8000 employees) medical device company. Several projects with good returns in cost, cycle time, waste reduction, etc. no promotions.
-Company 2 (current role, equivalent to a one level increase from last role): 1.5 years (at time of application) as an engineer at a highly innovative pharmaceutical company in bay area, (~3000 employees), focused on extremely rare diseases. I work in a role similar to an industrial engineer--I manage all our capacity data, as well as run advanced capacity simulations and guide high-level decision-making with the data I generate and the suggestions I make based on that data. I am heavily involved in strategy meetings and generally am the lowest-level person in all my meetings! I also develop new metrics, business processes, etc. No promotions.

Hobbies/Community Service:
-100 hours in the past year answering calls for a transgender suicide hotline, which I am planning on working into the essay if possible
-Weightlifting (probably can't work that into the application though as I don't compete)

Recommendations: One will be very strong, and will come from my "functional" manager at my current job who has a ton of knowledge of my work and of me. She is not my actual supervisor though, since I can't risk my employment by asking my current supervisor and he does not know me or my work as well. The second will come from an indirect superior at my previous job (a quality rep who oversaw the quality aspects of my projects and gave final approvals), and should be decent but it's been a while since we worked together and probably won't be as strong in terms of anecdotes and making me seem "3D."

Essays: Hoping/assuming they will be strong to very strong.

Motivations:
MBA-specific: In my current role I have had the opportunity to join high-level strategy forums and meetings, and this has led me to the realization that I need to develop my ability to speak and think critically in these events. I do not think on my feet as well or as quickly as I need, and I struggle with performing these critical thinking exercises in such a venue. I felt a case study approach would be by far the best way for me to build these skills and develop the ability to contribute in these strategy meetings and discussions going forward.
Overall: Continue to focus on highly innovative biotech companies (pharma or medical device) that are doing valuable work targeted at underserved groups/populations/diseases/disorders.
Short-term: Since I have a strong tech background, I want to fill out my business-side background so that I can work with highly innovative companies and help them build out sustainable long-term operations strategies that will enable significant growth.
Long-term: develop frameworks that will allow for translation of medical research breakthoughs into FDA-approved commercial treatments more rapidly, with minimal overhead.

Target schools: HBS, GSB, Wharton, and Haas evenings/weekends part-time program.

Thank you so much for reading! Please let me know if there is any other information I have left out that could be valuable.
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Hey there!
Just checked in with this board and am surprised no one had responded to your post - thanks for being patient and hope it's not too late to weigh in!
See below for my comments in line with your profile.
Please reach out to us with any follow-up questions!
Kate

biotechapplicant wrote:
Hi folks,
I did this once before when I was still speculating on whether to go for an MBA at all, and many of the details are no longer accurate (or were at the time just aspirations that didn't come to fruition!). However, it was extremely valuable and I really benefited from the experience!

As a result, I'm doing this one more time before I buckle down and knock my applications out, just to get a last pre-read on what I should be expecting. Thank you in advance for going through the details, any insight you have would be super valuable!

Thanks again!

Demographic: Caucasian, American, Male, Transgender, 28 This will be a nice boost (to be out in your application) especially since I see you have involvement in giving back to the community. B-schools are seeking and very accepting of diverse applicants.

GMAT: 780 (49Q, 51V, 8IR, AWA will be 5 or 6 presumably) Excellent score! The AWA won't matter much with such a high overall :-)
Undergrad: very large flagship state school in the 50-70 ranking range, chemical engineering-3.2 GPA (chemical engineering program is top 25) GPA is a little low for some very top schools, but STEM background is great
Grad: Master's from same school and program, chemical engineering-3.5 GPA (was in the PhD program but decided to drop out due to not enjoying my project and wanting to work in industry, so I spent 3 years in grad school to get my master's) Nice that this GPA is a little higher
Extracurriculars while in school: no extracurriculars, but worked extensively (20-30 hours a week) in on-campus jobs, while serving as an RA in the dorms my junior and senior years and doing research in a lab from freshman to junior year (what is the best way to work this into an application--in my resume or in the essays?). One internship at a very small biotech startup after my senior year, before I began my master's. I would include these things on your resume, definitely the research lab and RA, possibly the internship too, though post-college work matters more.

Work experience:
-Company 1 (after master's): 1.5 years a process development engineer at a highly innovative, midsize (~8000 employees) medical device company. Several projects with good returns in cost, cycle time, waste reduction, etc. no promotions.
-Company 2 (current role, equivalent to a one level increase from last role): 1.5 years (at time of application) as an engineer at a highly innovative pharmaceutical company in bay area, (~3000 employees), focused on extremely rare diseases. I work in a role similar to an industrial engineer--I manage all our capacity data, as well as run advanced capacity simulations and guide high-level decision-making with the data I generate and the suggestions I make based on that data. I am heavily involved in strategy meetings and generally am the lowest-level person in all my meetings! I also develop new metrics, business processes, etc. No promotions.

Work experience sounds great. Lots of analytical work is great. Highlight any executive/customer/client exposure too. A promotion would be a nice plus but not required.

Hobbies/Community Service:
-100 hours in the past year answering calls for a transgender suicide hotline, which I am planning on working into the essay if possible Yes, definitely work into your essays!
-Weightlifting (probably can't work that into the application though as I don't compete) Ha, probably not, but maybe it can be a "for fun" bullet on your resume

Recommendations: One will be very strong, and will come from my "functional" manager at my current job who has a ton of knowledge of my work and of me. She is not my actual supervisor though, since I can't risk my employment by asking my current supervisor and he does not know me or my work as well. The second will come from an indirect superior at my previous job (a quality rep who oversaw the quality aspects of my projects and gave final approvals), and should be decent but it's been a while since we worked together and probably won't be as strong in terms of anecdotes and making me seem "3D."

These sound like good choices. Plan to write a brief statement in the Optional Essay explaining your choices. It won't be an issue to not have your current supervisor as long as you explain.

Essays: Hoping/assuming they will be strong to very strong.

Motivations:
MBA-specific: In my current role I have had the opportunity to join high-level strategy forums and meetings, and this has led me to the realization that I need to develop my ability to speak and think critically in these events. I do not think on my feet as well or as quickly as I need, and I struggle with performing these critical thinking exercises in such a venue. I felt a case study approach would be by far the best way for me to build these skills and develop the ability to contribute in these strategy meetings and discussions going forward.
Overall: Continue to focus on highly innovative biotech companies (pharma or medical device) that are doing valuable work targeted at underserved groups/populations/diseases/disorders.
Short-term: Since I have a strong tech background, I want to fill out my business-side background so that I can work with highly innovative companies and help them build out sustainable long-term operations strategies that will enable significant growth.
Long-term: develop frameworks that will allow for translation of medical research breakthoughs into FDA-approved commercial treatments more rapidly, with minimal overhead.

Target schools: HBS, GSB, Wharton, and Haas evenings/weekends part-time program. Obviously H/S/W are ultra competitive but I would give them a shot given the strengths in your profile. Haas is a great option too that would still facilitate your goals.

Thank you so much for reading! Please let me know if there is any other information I have left out that could be valuable.

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mbaMissionKate wrote:
Hey there!
Just checked in with this board and am surprised no one had responded to your post - thanks for being patient and hope it's not too late to weigh in!
See below for my comments in line with your profile.
Please reach out to us with any follow-up questions!
Kate

biotechapplicant wrote:
Hi folks,
I did this once before when I was still speculating on whether to go for an MBA at all, and many of the details are no longer accurate (or were at the time just aspirations that didn't come to fruition!). However, it was extremely valuable and I really benefited from the experience!

As a result, I'm doing this one more time before I buckle down and knock my applications out, just to get a last pre-read on what I should be expecting. Thank you in advance for going through the details, any insight you have would be super valuable!

Thanks again!

Demographic: Caucasian, American, Male, Transgender, 28 This will be a nice boost (to be out in your application) especially since I see you have involvement in giving back to the community. B-schools are seeking and very accepting of diverse applicants.

GMAT: 780 (49Q, 51V, 8IR, AWA will be 5 or 6 presumably) Excellent score! The AWA won't matter much with such a high overall :-)
Undergrad: very large flagship state school in the 50-70 ranking range, chemical engineering-3.2 GPA (chemical engineering program is top 25) GPA is a little low for some very top schools, but STEM background is great
Grad: Master's from same school and program, chemical engineering-3.5 GPA (was in the PhD program but decided to drop out due to not enjoying my project and wanting to work in industry, so I spent 3 years in grad school to get my master's) Nice that this GPA is a little higher
Extracurriculars while in school: no extracurriculars, but worked extensively (20-30 hours a week) in on-campus jobs, while serving as an RA in the dorms my junior and senior years and doing research in a lab from freshman to junior year (what is the best way to work this into an application--in my resume or in the essays?). One internship at a very small biotech startup after my senior year, before I began my master's. I would include these things on your resume, definitely the research lab and RA, possibly the internship too, though post-college work matters more.

Work experience:
-Company 1 (after master's): 1.5 years a process development engineer at a highly innovative, midsize (~8000 employees) medical device company. Several projects with good returns in cost, cycle time, waste reduction, etc. no promotions.
-Company 2 (current role, equivalent to a one level increase from last role): 1.5 years (at time of application) as an engineer at a highly innovative pharmaceutical company in bay area, (~3000 employees), focused on extremely rare diseases. I work in a role similar to an industrial engineer--I manage all our capacity data, as well as run advanced capacity simulations and guide high-level decision-making with the data I generate and the suggestions I make based on that data. I am heavily involved in strategy meetings and generally am the lowest-level person in all my meetings! I also develop new metrics, business processes, etc. No promotions.

Work experience sounds great. Lots of analytical work is great. Highlight any executive/customer/client exposure too. A promotion would be a nice plus but not required.

Hobbies/Community Service:
-100 hours in the past year answering calls for a transgender suicide hotline, which I am planning on working into the essay if possible Yes, definitely work into your essays!
-Weightlifting (probably can't work that into the application though as I don't compete) Ha, probably not, but maybe it can be a "for fun" bullet on your resume

Recommendations: One will be very strong, and will come from my "functional" manager at my current job who has a ton of knowledge of my work and of me. She is not my actual supervisor though, since I can't risk my employment by asking my current supervisor and he does not know me or my work as well. The second will come from an indirect superior at my previous job (a quality rep who oversaw the quality aspects of my projects and gave final approvals), and should be decent but it's been a while since we worked together and probably won't be as strong in terms of anecdotes and making me seem "3D."

These sound like good choices. Plan to write a brief statement in the Optional Essay explaining your choices. It won't be an issue to not have your current supervisor as long as you explain.

Essays: Hoping/assuming they will be strong to very strong.

Motivations:
MBA-specific: In my current role I have had the opportunity to join high-level strategy forums and meetings, and this has led me to the realization that I need to develop my ability to speak and think critically in these events. I do not think on my feet as well or as quickly as I need, and I struggle with performing these critical thinking exercises in such a venue. I felt a case study approach would be by far the best way for me to build these skills and develop the ability to contribute in these strategy meetings and discussions going forward.
Overall: Continue to focus on highly innovative biotech companies (pharma or medical device) that are doing valuable work targeted at underserved groups/populations/diseases/disorders.
Short-term: Since I have a strong tech background, I want to fill out my business-side background so that I can work with highly innovative companies and help them build out sustainable long-term operations strategies that will enable significant growth.
Long-term: develop frameworks that will allow for translation of medical research breakthoughs into FDA-approved commercial treatments more rapidly, with minimal overhead.

Target schools: HBS, GSB, Wharton, and Haas evenings/weekends part-time program. Obviously H/S/W are ultra competitive but I would give them a shot given the strengths in your profile. Haas is a great option too that would still facilitate your goals.

Thank you so much for reading! Please let me know if there is any other information I have left out that could be valuable.


Thank you so much Kate! I greatly appreciate the advice, thank you for spotting my post after it sat for so long! I think I can get started on my application package now, hopefully everything works out. best of luck with your work!
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Happy to help. Feel free to PM me if you have any other questions as you get started on your applications. Good luck!

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Thank you so much Kate! I greatly appreciate the advice, thank you for spotting my post after it sat for so long! I think I can get started on my application package now, hopefully everything works out. best of luck with your work!

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A few more reflections and points to push your thinking here biotechapplicant:
  1. The overall work profile looks good especially given the fact that you seem to have gone beyond your call of duty by being part of strategy discussions - I am assuming not many/any of your peers get such an opportunity. Be sure to bring that out in all its glory and details.
  2. The diversity factor will help for sure; read here, here and here for more relevant perspectives and data.
  3. The one potential issue could be timing. The 'sweet-spot' is usually 4-5 years of experience while you'd have 3, that too, fractured along two different jobs. It might be worth evaluating another year in case that brings you closer to that strategy role in a more formal way already in your current trajectory. That'll help you make a stronger case later too.
  4. Pertinent to above, I would question your choice of EWMBAs. You are too young to explore those - unless of course there is something big promised at your current workplace (which doesn't seem to be the case given your reco situation). Read here on why a full-time MBA is what you should aim for.

Hope this helps some.

Cheers,
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MG4MBACrystalBall wrote:
A few more reflections and points to push your thinking here biotechapplicant:
  1. The overall work profile looks good especially given the fact that you seem to have gone beyond your call of duty by being part of strategy discussions - I am assuming not many/any of your peers get such an opportunity. Be sure to bring that out in all its glory and details.
  2. The diversity factor will help for sure; read here, here and here for more relevant perspectives and data.
  3. The one potential issue could be timing. The 'sweet-spot' is usually 4-5 years of experience while you'd have 3, that too, fractured along two different jobs. It might be worth evaluating another year in case that brings you closer to that strategy role in a more formal way already in your current trajectory. That'll help you make a stronger case later too.
  4. Pertinent to above, I would question your choice of EWMBAs. You are too young to explore those - unless of course there is something big promised at your current workplace (which doesn't seem to be the case given your reco situation). Read here on why a full-time MBA is what you should aim for.

Hope this helps some.

Cheers,


Thank you for the feedback Manish! Regarding the work experience--would it help at all that I was a full-time graduate research assistant before that first job? I'm not sure if it would count to MBA adcoms, but it was my job and I was paid for it (and published two papers as part of it as well, so it was genuine research).

As for the EWMBA program, just to make sure we're on the same page, this isn't an executive mba program, it's the Berkeley evenings/weekends program (for some reason they chose to abbreviate it as the EWMBA program). I would stay at my current job while completing it.

Thank you again, much appreciated!
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Thank you for the feedback Manish! Regarding the work experience--would it help at all that I was a full-time graduate research assistant before that first job? I'm not sure if it would count to MBA adcoms, but it was my job and I was paid for it (and published two papers as part of it as well, so it was genuine research).

As for the EWMBA program, just to make sure we're on the same page, this isn't an executive mba program, it's the Berkeley evenings/weekends program (for some reason they chose to abbreviate it as the EWMBA program). I would stay at my current job while completing it.

Thank you again, much appreciated!



It won't count as professional experience but it'll help in the overall profile part sure. Most/all schools would count experience post-qualification.

Yups, I am well aware about the program (we've worked with quite a few candidates on it successfully in the past) and the advice I gave stands. It's not the flagship program and a part-time one. Doesn't help much.

Feel free to reach out for any other help.
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Wanted to chime in again...if the research work was full-time, post-degree, and paid, then it will count! Probably won't be super relevant in terms of essay/interview examples, but it should still be on your resume and it can be counted when you total up your months of work experience.

I have seen the EWMBA program pay off for many. It is still a Haas MBA, and you have the same professors. It can be a bit harder to make a big career switch through that program, but it still gives you the Haas brand and network. I think it's a good backup for you, and hopefully one you don't need!

-Kate

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biotechapplicant wrote:
Thank you for the feedback Manish! Regarding the work experience--would it help at all that I was a full-time graduate research assistant before that first job? I'm not sure if it would count to MBA adcoms, but it was my job and I was paid for it (and published two papers as part of it as well, so it was genuine research).

As for the EWMBA program, just to make sure we're on the same page, this isn't an executive mba program, it's the Berkeley evenings/weekends program (for some reason they chose to abbreviate it as the EWMBA program). I would stay at my current job while completing it.

Thank you again, much appreciated!



It won't count as professional experience but it'll help in the overall profile part sure. Most/all schools would count experience post-qualification.

Yups, I am well aware about the program (we've worked with quite a few candidates on it successfully in the past) and the advice I gave stands. It's not the flagship program and a part-time one. Doesn't help much.

Feel free to reach out for any other help.

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MG4MBACrystalBall wrote:

It won't count as professional experience but it'll help in the overall profile part sure. Most/all schools would count experience post-qualification.

Yups, I am well aware about the program (we've worked with quite a few candidates on it successfully in the past) and the advice I gave stands. It's not the flagship program and a part-time one. Doesn't help much.

Feel free to reach out for any other help.


Thank you! That's good to know--I've been on the fence about it so I think I'll reconsider for a full-time program instead.

mbaMissionKate wrote:
Wanted to chime in again...if the research work was full-time, post-degree, and paid, then it will count! Probably won't be super relevant in terms of essay/interview examples, but it should still be on your resume and it can be counted when you total up your months of work experience.

I have seen the EWMBA program pay off for many. It is still a Haas MBA, and you have the same professors. It can be a bit harder to make a big career switch through that program, but it still gives you the Haas brand and network. I think it's a good backup for you, and hopefully one you don't need!

-Kate



Thank you Kate! I just found out that apparently Haas doesn't reserve much scholarship money for the part-time program either, so I'm reconsidering instead doing a full-time program for my fourth school I apply to (plus sacrificing my weekends for three years is a tough proposition!). Do you think the geographical advantage of going to Haas full-time, if my goal is to eventually resume working in the bay area, would outweigh going to a school like Sloan that is just incredibly strong for tech, or Kellogg, which has a great healthcare program but doesn't have the international name recognition that MIT might have?
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Yes, scholarships are harder to get in part-time programs, many students get some sponsorship from their employers, but I'm not sure if that would be an option for you. I think schools like Sloan and Kellogg have very strong brands, especially in Tech and Healthcare as you mentioned, so they would have strong opportunities in the Bay Area as well. And Boston has a great biotech scene in case you end up falling in love with it! Also, so many MBAs want to be in the Bay Area, so you will see lots of Silicon Valley companies recruiting on campus at those schools and student groups will organize "West Coast Treks" to visit companies too. I think you would still have great opportunities.


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Thank you Kate! I just found out that apparently Haas doesn't reserve much scholarship money for the part-time program either, so I'm reconsidering instead doing a full-time program for my fourth school I apply to (plus sacrificing my weekends for three years is a tough proposition!). Do you think the geographical advantage of going to Haas full-time, if my goal is to eventually resume working in the bay area, would outweigh going to a school like Sloan that is just incredibly strong for tech, or Kellogg, which has a great healthcare program but doesn't have the international name recognition that MIT might have?

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