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About Me:

I’m someone who’s passionate about healthcare, music, and cars/motorcycles. I value mentorship highly and enjoy helping others reach their goals. I’m interested in health economics and the US healthcare industry. Medicine is only 1/2 of healthcare in the US, and I want to prepare myself to help lead in our future healthcare system.


Undergrad School: Southern Business-Focused Private School

Undergrad Major: Biology

GPA: 3.77

GMAT: 670

Age: 23,  Ethnicity: Black or African American

Other Degree/Certification: MD (In Progress)

School Name: Top 10 Program

Extracurriculars: Class Council: Curriculum Representative, along with various subcommittees responsible for curricular or clinical development, Mentorship Program for Black & Latino Student Org., along with multiple mentorship positions, Surgical Interest Group Leader

Work History:

Title: Research Assistant

Industry: Healthcare

Company: Other

Length of Employment: 1 yr

Big Life Wins:

1. Being accepted into a top medical program with a scholarship was a big win for me, especially coming from a low-income background. 2. I worked with administration (both at my high school and undergrad institution) to increase the representation of low-income or minority students. Both experiences were fulfilling and reasonably successful.

Post MBA Goal:

My goal in pursuing an MBA is to round myself out as a change-agent and put myself in a position to impact communities that are currently disadvantaged in our healthcare system. I want to work as an MD/MBA in some clinical capacities and at the systems level through administration, healthcare delivery/operations, or innovation.


Target School: Columbia

Status: Open

Considering: Wharton, Harvard


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 50%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 50%

    What I really like about your profile is how clear and focused you are–at such a young age–about what you want to do with your life. Your direction, your aim is really admirable and impressive. And coming from a low-income background, I salute you for all the hard work you’ve had to do to get to a top medical school. It may strike some as odd that you are already thinking about an MBA at the age of 23 and being in med school. In fact, it’s not. I did a profile of another med school student who is a member of the entering MBA class at Harvard Business School not long ago so I know exactly where you are and understand why an MBA …

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    This is a hard sell. Columbia ways GMAT score heavily, and the other parts of your application will not round out that significant "ding" on your application.
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    Story makes no sense. MD/MBA is a thing, but not with your story. You have no WE and your GMAT is prohibitively low. An MBA isn't the right next step for you.

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