He’s the vice president of engineering for a small private oil and gas company. He has a 3.58-grade point average on his engineering degree from Texas A&M University and a jumbo GMAT score of 770. At the age of 30, he’s hoping to apply to the MBA programs at Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan, Wharton, Chicago Booth, and Columbia Business School.
What are his odds of gaining an admit? In this Friday with Sandy episode, HBSGuru founder Sandy Kreisberg assesses his odds of admission and provides some guidance on how to portray himself to the school’s admission officers.
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