Candidate:

Mr. Do I Have A Shot?

About Me:

I’m a mid-level professional with 14 years of corporate experience in training and development, business transformation, and communications. I want to pivot my career towards product management or marketing, and would like to provide a greater business value for the organizations I work for.

Schools:

Target School: Kenan-Flagler

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Application Status: Open

Details:

Undergrad School: For-profit College

Undergrad Major: Librel Arts

GPA: 3.1

GMAT: EA: 151

Age: 40,  Ethnicity: White

Other Degree/Certification: AWS, Google

Extracurriculars: None

Work History:

Title: Training and Development

Industry: Technology

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 1 mos

Title: Training and Development

Industry: Technology

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 10 yrs, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

I struggled in college, and just barely scraped by when I could see the light at the end of the tunnel. My career has taken some time, but I’m proud of the contributions I’ve made at some of the largest organizations in the country. As I approach mid-life, I am now seeking work and responsibilities that are more personally meaningful.

Post MBA Goal:

I will work on challenging projects with exciting technologies that provide real value. And while I understand that this goal will not be handed to me upon graduation, an MBA education will provide me with the tools and knowledge to reach my potential and achieve these goals.

Odds:

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The Experts Rate The Odds At: 35%

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  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 35%

    Your age and background pose an interesting challenge to ay admissions official for a full-time, two-year residential MBA program. You know that most of your classmates will be in their late 20s with much less work experience. On the other hand, given your experience at Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 firms, you would have a lot to offer classmates. Kenan-Flagler could very much go for this but you will have to convince them that you REALLY want to go there. That means you need to do more than complete an application. You need to visit the campus, sit down with an admissions official, attend a class. Essentially, you need to sell yourself to get in. If you do all this, I think your chances are …

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