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What would you do?

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02 Jan 2012, 08:14
What would you do, if you had a bad undergraduate GPA from a Top 10 university, 1.5 years of random work experience, a sales job you hated and felt like was a waste of time, and the biggest passion and desire to work for a top company in a luxurious setting (in the shortest period of time)?

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20 Mar 2012, 23:23
first improve the mistake which you have done go to college get admission and again come to corporate sector with good GPA you will get a good reputation..
This i my own idea I think it works..

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Concentration: Strategy, Marketing
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02 Apr 2012, 07:28
hedgemat wrote:
What would you do, if you had a bad undergraduate GPA from a Top 10 university, 1.5 years of random work experience, a sales job you hated and felt like was a waste of time, and the biggest passion and desire to work for a top company in a luxurious setting (in the shortest period of time)?

first thing - get that goal out of your mind. what do you mean work for a top company in luxurious setting?

next - quit the job you hate and get a job that you think you may enjoy. work hard a few years and make a difference at your workplace and the community you live in. then come back to the question of what you wish to do with your life. you will have a better idea of where you want to go and how to get there.

there are no short cuts.

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04 Apr 2012, 00:52
I think Microsoft certification is better field.

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07 Apr 2012, 02:44
You can do any post graduate degree, but be careful this time you will not do as earlier.

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14 Apr 2012, 16:37
I would seriously plan for my future and after the planning stage see where the MBA plan will ultimately fit. Once it fits, I will then make provisions for writing the test and making sure I ace it. After acing it, I would apply to the programmes of my choice. I would also come clean during my applications about my previous performances in my academics during my time as an undergraduate student. Honesty is also very important, when dealing with admissions and staff like that. After getting acceptance, I will then become focused and prepare for 2 years as an MBA Student. After graduation, the future awaits.

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