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New post 18 Sep 2012, 07:32
- 2 years of full time working experience in Marketing and Sales, 1 year at two fortune 500 companies and 1 year at a start up
- 2 summers of internship experience abroad in marketing and events planning
- still in college, in a top 60 undergraduate school GPA 3.2, Marketing
- havent taken GMAT yet but aiming on 680 for the first try this weekend 9/22
- graduating May 2013 and looking into transfer to graduate school fall 2013
- participants in marketing club,different volunteer works throughout college
- Bilingual, Chinese and English, I have lived and studied in Shanghai, Rome, London
- targeted schools: Boston College, Northeastern, Boston University, USC,Yale

please give me some advice.

I really appreciate it,

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New post 24 Sep 2012, 18:04
Your work experience will be discounted if it was not post-college. Your creds. will not be super competitive in the programs which look for direct from ungergrad applicants like the Yale silver scholars program. You'd likely need to be graduating from a top 10 business program and get a 720+ on the GMAT to be competitive. I would recommend you work for 2-3 years first. This will give you something more to offer the b-schools and willl also help you get your mind around what exactly you want to do with the MBA. It's always hard to convince the b-schools you have the maturity to know what you want to do without a trip or two around the block. Unless your work experience was progressively responsible in a professional setting, it won't count as substantially with the adcoms.
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