Ms. Medical Doctor Yarn Artist
I am a medical doctor who has completed MBBS and MD in Pharmacology. I have about 5 years of work experience as a clinician and academician. I have headed the literary club in my undergraduate college for 3 years.
Target School: Georgetown McDonough
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Undergrad Major: Medicine
Age: 31, Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: Doctor of medicine
School Name: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
Extracurriculars: Dance | Yoga | Crossfit
Title: Senior resident
Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 8 mos
Big Life Wins:
– I have a published research paper in my name and another one to be published.
– I have my own small business called Knot.an.art for crochet and knitting started in March 2022.
Post MBA Goal:
I want to get into healthcare consulting. With my experience in Pharmacology and my medical background, I would want to get into leadership roles in the pharmaceutical industry.
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John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 75%
The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 40%
40% | 2 months ago
Congrats on an already amazing career journey. As a 31-year-old medical doctor and startup founder, you make a very strong candidate for a highly selective MBA program. Plus, your post-MBA goals align perfectly with your background. I would think the best consulting firms in the world will be eager to have you in their healthcare practices once you graduate with that MBA. Your 309 GRE score and your 3.2 GPA are below the class averages at Georgetown but I very much doubt that will make a difference in your odds because of your stellar achievements as a doctor with published research. The bigger question perhaps is why Georgetown McDonough? The school does boast a Healthcare Business Alliance that brings together all of Georgetown’s students who …