denovo wrote: ↑
Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:32 pm
OP, I remember your previous thread that was rather lively to say the least. viewtopic.php?f=1&t=215204
The two good business schools in LA are USC and UCLA. They usually expect you to have a very good undergrad GPA, and some years of work experience. Do you have any of that? When you made that thread you were unemployed.
OP, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and take your posts at face value, but that leads me to some tough truths.
If all you do is "get Starbucks, YouTube, browse web, Xbox, exercise etc but my social life and the endless drama takes up a lot of energy and time" (link
), you are going to have a tough time as an applicant to a "good" business school.
If your family is prepared to make a large contribution to the school of your choice, perhaps the admissions committee will overlook your lack of work experience and admit you as a "development candidate." When you arrive on campus for orientation, every single one of your classmates will ask you - in the first minute of meeting you - what job you had before school. What will you tell them?
Your classmates will be ambitious people with accomplishments and goals that got them into a "good" MBA program. I doubt they will feel that you deserve to be there.
Assuming you land a spot at a "good" school, you'll also have a tough time getting job interviews like a normal MBA candidate. Without any work experience, you'll likely need your family's influence to find you a "good paying job."
I wish you luck.