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Hello all, I will be 35 by the time I matriculate. To make things worse, I have an MBA with a poor GPA. Is it even worth trying to get into a B school? Internet articles seem to suggest its a waste of time. I am thinking only of M7/Ivy/INSEAD/LBS.

I do have positives on work exp, undergrad GPA, community work, etc. Please advise.


You are not the only person in 32-37 age range who is aspiring to get MBA education from top business school. There are many applicants (including myself) in the same boat. (I would turn 33 at the time of matriculation). All you need to do is reflect on your journey so far and ask yourself a couple of questions: (1) Why I need an MBA degree at this point of my career, and (2) Why second MBA degree and how it will make help me achieve my post MBA goals.

It is not that business schools don't want to admit over-aged applicants, they just want to know why an applicant applying in this phase of career. As long as you know answers of these questions you will be fine.

Hope that helps!
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dhillonravi1983 wrote:
Hello all, I will be 35 by the time I matriculate. To make things worse, I have an MBA with a poor GPA. Is it even worth trying to get into a B school? Internet articles seem to suggest its a waste of time. I am thinking only of M7/Ivy/INSEAD/LBS.

I do have positives on work exp, undergrad GPA, community work, etc. Please advise.


Bro I am not saying Mission Impossible but a hard Journey to accomplish can you tell me what were your GMAT/Undergrad CGPA/1st MBA major and Your Job experience and why you wanted to opt for second MBA it will be more helpful for me to suggest you something
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