I'm 32 and after graduating an OK law school (top 30 but nothing special) I decided to go into finance in an area I had studied significantly in law school (dodd-frank and otc derivatives). Ended up with ajob with a , but got promoted in 1 1/2 years to spent a couple years there, earned my CFA charter, and then left that for a risk job at another BB. Now thinking about going back to get MBA. Maybe stay in OTC space or maybe consulting as end game. Have 770 GMAT and good law school and undergrad GPA. I just don't know if it's a little too late in the game for me. From chicago and have family so thinking booth or Kellogg. Part time not an option, seems like waste of money. Is fulltime worth it; assuming I can get in.
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