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3.84 GPA [Ivy], GRE: [Q:163, v:165], Enough?

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3.84 GPA [Ivy], GRE: [Q:163, v:165], Enough? [#permalink] New post 25 Oct 2012, 10:18
I decided to go the GRE route, and plan on sticking with it.

UGPA: 3.84 from an ivy
GRE: Q:163 [88%], v:165 [95%]

Work experience: Will have 4 years if applying Fall 2013 R1 or 3 years if applying this year R2 -- Have worked at large/very recognizable companies in marketing/sports

My goals are Sloan and Yale SOM - do I have a decent shot at R2 this year or should I wait until R1 next year?

Have you guys worked with applicants applying with GRE scores

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Re: 3.84 GPA [Ivy], GRE: [Q:163, v:165], Enough? [#permalink] New post 04 Nov 2012, 11:52
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Hello,

Looks like you did pretty well on the GRE. I'd need to know a bit more about your profile to give you an assessment, but I don't see anything so far that would be a red flag for either of those programs. Your academic profile looks pretty solid. Your professional experience sounds interesting, but it depends on the breadth and depth of leadership experience and teamwork you've had on the job and how quickly you've progressed within your organization. These programs will also be looking for active leadership in community and/or extracurricular organizations/activities.

Yes, we've worked with candidates who've applied with GRE scores.

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