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The fear, the real big fear!

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Hello Everyone,
I have a very big fear. I am studying GMAT and for sure applying for colleges abroad. I have a big fear like every average middle class Indian. I am working for 3 years and then plan to go for an MBA.

I will have to sustain and run my family in the next 5-6 years. Lets say I get into a good B-School, how will I be able to finance? I nor my family has huge collateral nor have savings.

Is my MBA dream shattered? People say Prodigy and Mfinance but it's only for the lucky few, what if I don’t get them or get either low or minimum scholarship?

Is a good MBA only for the rich?
Are my dreams shattered?

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New post 10 Apr 2018, 01:18
Its not if u really want to get in to top bschools then work towards it finance would not be a problem or for any other problem wont matter.just answer one question why u wanna do it that slove all issues.

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New post 11 Apr 2018, 22:58
don't take it to heart, try to keep mind a clear, and fear has gone
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