I'm a 25-year-old white male working at a major technology company (i.e. one of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, or Google) in a semi-technical role (I don't code). I worked for a small startup prior to this where I received two promotions. I have received one additional promotion at my current company.
I went to a top 10 undergraduate (per US News) and finished with a 3.8 GPA in a premed curriculum (science major). I have not taken the GMAT, but I'm a good test taker (got 2350/2400 on the SAT) so assuming that I do well on that test, what schools are targets for me?
I want to get an MBA to transition into a finance career (have discovered a strong interest/passion in the past year but it had never been on my radar before then), but I don't have anything related to finance on my resume.
My goal is to take the GMAT and apply sometime in the next year. What can I do over the next year to make myself more competitive and make that narrative more fluid?
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