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Mr. Guy From Taiwan

About Me:

26/Male/Taiwanese: Two working experiences before applying for MBA. I started off my career in Taiwan and worked for a Fortune 30 healthcare company, one year as a Product Sales Specialist, and another year as Product Manager. Moved to the States after that, and has been working for the biggest Industrial PC firm as PM for a year until now.


Undergrad School: No.2 Ranking School in Taiwan

Undergrad Major: Public Finance

GPA: 3.3

GRE: 326

Age: 26,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Model UN - Founded the first Model UN club in regional high school, and promoted this activity for more than 8 years. Awarded several Best Delegate awards. Founded a NGO to host Model UN conferences and delivered more than 100 lectures around the country.

Work History:

Title: Product Manager

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 1 mos

Title: Product Manager

Industry: Technology

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

Studied public finance in college, and had no technical experiences in either healthcare or IPC industry. Received offers from two global big firms, and demonstrated a strong and fast learning ability to exceed managers’ expectation. Also, I have strong international mobility, since I’ve worked in both Asia and the US, in both Chinese and English.

Post MBA Goal:

Either work in the Fortune 10 Tech firms as product manager, or as an associate in a managing consulting firm.


Target School: Chicago Booth

Status: Open

Considering: Stanford GSB, Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, MIT Sloan, Columbia


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 25%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 25%

    Your ability to secure jobs with two prestigious and highly selective employers in health care and technology is the strongest element of your profile. Your GRE is solid but your GPA of 3.3 is below the 3.6 class average for Booth, even if it is from the second ranked school in Taiwan. So leveraging that work experience is crucial to your ability to gain an admit. Your international experience is obviously a plus, but you need to emphasize your work accomplishments and leadership potential in your application to sway the odds in your favor. The Model UN EC is good, especially if you can explain how it ties into your passions and interests. You have to ask yourself what will drive you into Chicago Booth. …

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