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Profile Evaluation for a Licensed Physician

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Joined: 17 Oct 2016
Posts: 82

Kudos [?]: 41 [0], given: 17

Location: India
Concentration: General Management, Healthcare
GMAT 1: 640 Q40 V38
GMAT 2: 680 Q48 V35
GPA: 3.05
WE: Pharmaceuticals (Health Care)
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New post 02 Nov 2017, 01:14
Hello Experts!
I am a 31 year old Indian Male. A Doctor by qualification (MBBS & MD), working in Pharmaceuticals. I have an experience of 5 years in Healthcare.
My profession has provided me with ample opportunities to work in teams and have had the privilege to lead a few.
I have had promotions at appropriate intervals of my career
I have been offered a position of Manager in a pharmaceutical company of good reputation in India.

I want to pursue an MBA to learn about the business aspects of Pharmaceuticals. Want to use my experience in the regulatory as well as clinical research aspects of drug development to work as a Product manager for Pharma/Biotech.

My GMAT Breakdown is as Follows
Q48, V35 IR3 AWA 5.5

Target Schools are (in no particular order)
1. Duke - Fuqua
2. Michigan - Ross
3. Rochester - Simon
4. Toronto - Rotman
5. Minnesota - Carlson
6. NUS Singapore

Your suggestions are most welcome!!!
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Posts: 5768

Kudos [?]: 1002 [0], given: 49

Location: Chicago, IL
Schools: Brown University, Harvard Business School
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New post 07 Nov 2017, 10:34
fitzpratik wrote:
Hello Experts!
I am a 31 year old Indian Male. A Doctor by qualification (MBBS & MD), working in Pharmaceuticals. I have an experience of 5 years in Healthcare.
My profession has provided me with ample opportunities to work in teams and have had the privilege to lead a few.
I have had promotions at appropriate intervals of my career
I have been offered a position of Manager in a pharmaceutical company of good reputation in India.

I want to pursue an MBA to learn about the business aspects of Pharmaceuticals. Want to use my experience in the regulatory as well as clinical research aspects of drug development to work as a Product manager for Pharma/Biotech.

My GMAT Breakdown is as Follows
Q48, V35 IR3 AWA 5.5

Target Schools are (in no particular order)
1. Duke - Fuqua
2. Michigan - Ross
3. Rochester - Simon
4. Toronto - Rotman
5. Minnesota - Carlson
6. NUS Singapore

Your suggestions are most welcome!!!


Hey there good sir!
Well I can say that healthcare candidates do very well in general, but I really don't have enough information from you to really be able to evaluate your candidacy. I’d love to help you out but without more info it’s gonna be hard. Where do you work? What do you do? How quickly have you advanced? Do you have any leadership? What are your great achievements? Do you have notable community service or extra curriculars? Which school did you graduate from?

A lot will depend on how strong your story and profile is. Especially since your GMAT is a bit on the low side for your first two schools.

But otherwise with a good story you should have many possibilities.

Feel free to provide more info, and we will be happy to advise you further.

And feel free to drop us a line for a more full-on Free Consultation: http://bit.ly/mbafcGC
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