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Profile evaluation (12 years+)

by junzhang » Tue Nov 17, 2015 1:37 pm
Please kindly evaluate my profile:

Age: 34

Citizenship: Chinese

GMAT: 790, Q51, V46, IR4, AWA waiting

Working Experiences: 7 year, Chinese Cabinet's Press Office; 1 year, Deputy Director, the Ministry of Culture of China; 2 years, Second Secretary, Chinese Embassy to Canada; 2 years and ongoing, First Secretary Consul, Chinese Consulate General in New York

Desirable School: Harvard, Wharton, Columbia, Yale, NYU, Toronto

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by [email protected] » Wed Nov 18, 2015 2:00 pm
You are in great shape! Just make sure you have your story right.
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by 99Colleges: MBA Admission » Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:28 am
Hi junzhang,

You've solid things such as strong GMAT and diversity (work experience) in your favor. Though, you need to articulate well as to why you want an MBA now, when most professionals at this stage are well settled in their careers. You may get more information about this, here
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