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Should I apply to top EMBA programs?

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I'm a podiatrist. I'm looking to apply to good program with a focus on healthcare.

I have not taking the GMAT. I'm thinking about taking the Executive Assessment test. My GPA is pretty low

UG GPA - 2.4
DPM ( Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) GPA - 2.47
WE (in podiatry) - 3 years of residency and 3 years as an attending.
I'm 37
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New post 23 Jul 2017, 15:13
ricardodpm wrote:
I'm a podiatrist. I'm looking to apply to good program with a focus on healthcare.

I have not taking the GMAT. I'm thinking about taking the Executive Assessment test. My GPA is pretty low

UG GPA - 2.4
DPM ( Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) GPA - 2.47
WE (in podiatry) - 3 years of residency and 3 years as an attending.
I'm 37


Hello, Kellogg is probably the best school for HC that does not require a GMAT - followed by MIT (which, despite halo effect, isn't yet a high ranked emba program.) Wharton would be the best one that does. Yale does require a GMAT, and is also good, but less so.

Re: GMAT, it might not be a bad idea, if you have time, because you really need to demonstrate your academic abilities. It is a concern that your GPA in both cases was so low, and they will be worried about your ability to keep up. If you are opposed to the GMAT, at the bare minimum do MBAMath.com : they send the transcripts directly to the schools and it is generally considered proof of academic aptitude.

Why, do you think, your grades were poor in both cases? Do you have any other evidence of academic aptitude?
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ricardodpm wrote:
I'm a podiatrist. I'm looking to apply to good program with a focus on healthcare.

I have not taking the GMAT. I'm thinking about taking the Executive Assessment test. My GPA is pretty low

UG GPA - 2.4
DPM ( Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) GPA - 2.47
WE (in podiatry) - 3 years of residency and 3 years as an attending.
I'm 37


Hello, Kellogg is probably the best school for HC that does not require a GMAT - followed by MIT (which, despite halo effect, isn't yet a high ranked emba program.) Wharton would be the best one that does. Yale does require a GMAT, and is also good, but less so.

Re: GMAT, it might not be a bad idea, if you have time, because you really need to demonstrate your academic abilities. It is a concern that your GPA in both cases was so low, and they will be worried about your ability to keep up. If you are opposed to the GMAT, at the bare minimum do MBAMath : they send the transcripts directly to the schools and it is generally considered proof of academic aptitude.

Why, do you think, your grades were poor in both cases? Do you have any other evidence of academic aptitude?


Thanks I'll look into MBA Math.
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New post 14 Nov 2017, 02:03
yeah sure you must apply for e mba it will be the best for master lever studies.
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New post 12 Dec 2017, 21:03
Hi,

Yes, you should definitely apply for an EMBA program. If you are not taking the GMAT then I would suggest on of the best British Masters degree. ISBC with association with University of the West of Scotland provides a Work and Learn Program.

You will get amazing exposure. This MBA program produces high caliber graduates. :-)

This will surely resonate with you.
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