Need some suggestions on choosing MBA 2022


I’m preparing to apply MBA for 2022 spring or fall. My BA is psychology from CSUF, with GPA 2.7 out of 4.0. My GMAT score is 770, AW score is 6. I have 5 years of working experience including rehab technician in nursing home, regional distributor of a online marketing company, current job is realtor. My top choice will be UCLA and UCB. Others like Michigan, Northwestern, Chicago, NYU are also very attractive to me. However, I’m not sure if I am qualified to these schools. Suggestions on choosing schools are needed. Thank you.

I’m preparing to apply MBA for 2022 spring or fall. My BA is psychology from CSUF, with GPA 2.7 out of 4.0. My GMAT score is 770, AW score is 6. I have 5 years of working experience including rehab technician in nursing home, regional distributor of a online marketing company, current job is realtor. My top choice will be UCLA and UCB. Others like Michigan, Northwestern, Chicago, NYU are also very attractive to me. However, I’m not sure if I am qualified to these schools. Suggestions on choosing schools are needed. Thank you.
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Duncan

Do you have any goals?


PS Read the post about goals linked on my profile page. 

[Edited by Duncan on Jun 04, 2021]

Do you have any goals?<br><br><br>PS Read the post about goals linked on my profile page.&nbsp;
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mba hipste...

That's a wide range of work experience. My feeling is that you'll need to come up with a clear narrative for how all those roles fit together, and importantly, how each subsequent job represents a step *up* in seniority and in terms of your career arc. 

Also, CSUF = CSU Fullerton? That's a rather low GPA in that case. It will take some massaging.

But yes, focus on your goals. UCLA and UCB are both excellent schools, but suitable for distinct candidates. 

That's a wide range of work experience. My feeling is that you'll need to come up with a clear narrative for how all those roles fit together, and importantly, how each subsequent job represents a step *up* in seniority and in terms of your career arc.&nbsp;<br><br>Also, CSUF = CSU Fullerton? That's a rather low GPA in that case. It will take some massaging.<br><br>But yes, focus on your goals. UCLA and UCB are both excellent schools, but suitable for distinct candidates.&nbsp;
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