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  • Typical Day of a UCLA MBA Student - Recording of Webinar with UCLA Adcom and Student

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    Carolyn and Brett - nicely explained what is the typical day of a UCLA student. I am posting below recording of the webinar for those who could't attend this session.
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Too young for MBA

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I am currently 23, a year out of school and considering enrolling in a full time MBA program at 25. Is this too young of an age to be pursuing a MBA full time? I am currently in a Finance & Accounting development program in the banking industry and would like to make a switch to consulting/ibanking. Thoughts?
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First of all, welcome to Gmat club.
I think its not early for getting your Gmat done, if not the MBA. Gmat scores are valid for 5 years, so no harm in starting now. All the best !
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hank4321 wrote:
I am currently 23, a year out of school and considering enrolling in a full time MBA program at 25. Is this too young of an age to be pursuing a MBA full time? I am currently in a Finance & Accounting development program in the banking industry and would like to make a switch to consulting/ibanking. Thoughts?


hank4321

2 years of experience, 3 upon matriculation, is the bare minimum in my opinion unless it is a deferred admissions program.

Review my profile questionnaire attached and evaluate how you stand from that.

Quality of work experience would have to be very high, demonstrating leadership, problem solving, teamwork etc
If you have established your leadership skills in community or social organizations, far preferred than just banking.

Might review my blog here on how to prepare for applying to b-school: https://mbaessaycoaching.com/category/pre-mba/
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