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So I have a friend who is graduating from life science this year. He doesn't have the greatest grades (around a B average) and no real work experience.
While everyone else was busy trying to get an internship he usually goes back to his country for the summer. After he goes back to his country this summer, hes planning to do an MBA.
Most the MBA schools around here require 1-2 years of work experience as a requirement which of course my friend doesn't have. Therefore, hes going to a pretty low school.
I've read that an MBA will make you compete with a different class of people; people with years of work experience. Would getting an MBA be a bad move? Also, hes not very bright so he won't do too well in the program. I mean I'm sure he'll pass but he won't be top of the class or anything.