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mb a

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according to your name - you should have graduated from UofT Med School this past summer or this Fall, why do you wanna know.
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Medicine1T4 wrote: oh that's just a username............... im in grade 12
Why do you want to know about MBAs when you're not in university yet?
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That really is one misleading username ... slightly presumptuous too, but who knows where everyone ends up?

1. Do the SAT.
2. Get accepted into an Ivy school (be able to afford it too)
3. Write your GMAT.
4. Get accepted into an Ivy league school MBA program.

Aim for at least 95th percentile in standardized testing.
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randombuyer wrote: That really is one misleading username ... slightly presumptuous too, but who knows where everyone ends up?

1. Do the SAT.
2. Get accepted into an Ivy school (be able to afford it too)
3. Work experience at either an MBB-calibre consulting firm or investment bank (2-5 years)
4. Write your GMAT.
5. Get accepted into an Ivy league school MBA program.

Aim for at least 95th percentile in standardized testing.
Fixed.
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Completely forgot about the work experience part. High calibre MBA's typically require 2-5 years of work experience in a management position; I think the mean work experience is roughly 3-4 years.
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randombuyer wrote: Completely forgot about the work experience part. High calibre MBA's typically require 2-5 years of work experience in a management position; I think the mean work experience is roughly 3-4 years.
True to that but MBA programmes are currently losing the best and the brightest students to Law schools and medical schools which accept student straight out of university. HBS now accept students who are in their last year of university for the 2 +2 programme. http://www.hbs.edu/mba/admissions/appli ... cants.aspx

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