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MBA Profile Fitment

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MBA Profile Fitment

by prashant11690 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 8:06 pm
Hi. I am an engineering grad with my majors in Production & Industrial Engineering. After my graduation, i went into sales. Now i have 2 years & 10 months of work experience into sales.
Now i want to pursue my MBA into finance/international business/or anything which interests me(yet to decide). My question is, should i now switch from sales to completing my masters into something different from sales? Will i get into a good B-School even if i get a good GMAT Score? Will this be a good decision(in terms of my career)?
What's your opinion about this?


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by CriticalSquareMBA » Sun Mar 05, 2017 7:50 am
Hi there,

An MBA could do a lot of good for you especially early on in your career. Have you thought about what you want to get into after your MBA? It's important to have a sense of why you think this is the right choice. I recommend take some time to reflect on this a bit and ask yourself what you truly want to do after school. This will help drive school selection and your personal statement.

To get a better sense of the caliber of school that is right for you, can you share a bit about your accomplishments at your current firm? What about community involvement, leadership activities, and academic performance? Best of luck!
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