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660 GMAT - What are my chances? [#permalink] New post 06 Jan 2014, 10:15
I achieved a 660 Gmat score today on my first try, 45Q + 35V.

My dream programme would be any one of the following three @ London School of Economics and Political Sciences:
1. http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/tau ... _(fulltime).aspx : MSc Finance (full-time)
2. http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/tau ... omics.aspx : MSc Finance and Economics
3. http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/tau ... quity.aspx : MSc in Finance and Private Equity

What are my chances of getting into any of these programmes (especially the MSc in Finance and Private Equity one) with my current GMAT score?

Background information:
- Achieved a First Class Degree with Honors in a top 20 UK University in Business Administration with Computing
- completed 2 internships
- going to start a job as a Financial Analyst next week (though the position is within a company located in a small country)

Any thoughts & recommendations are welcomed!
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Re: 660 GMAT - What are my chances? [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2014, 05:21
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Hi sebby05,

It would be great if we could talk about your situation and how I could help you see your options of programs and school with you 660 score. As a veteran Admissions Consultant with a 750 GMAT score, I have 7 years of teaching experience, a Rotman MBA, and a career in Banking. My services are targeted to professionals committed to taking their career to the next level.

I have been trained at, and have worked for two major test prep institutions, and have taught hundreds of satisfied students in Canada, the US, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. I have helped students get into Ivy League and top European MBA programs.

I specialize in:
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For questions or scheduling, please contact me at gmatbydavid-at-gmail.com, or visit my website at gmatbydavid.com

Looking forward to working with you!
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Re: 660 GMAT - What are my chances? [#permalink] New post 12 Jan 2014, 14:22
Hi sebby05,

660 is not bad and you could give LSE a shot. But you should acknowledge that the programs you're targeting are among the most competitive at LSE and usually require a 700+ GMAT. If LSE is your dream school, have you considered some less competitive programs (check admit rates on the LSE website)? If you're just interested in the three mentioned programs, I would advise to retake the GMAT and aim for a 700+.

Good luck on your application!
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Re: 660 GMAT - What are my chances? [#permalink] New post 14 Jan 2014, 09:00
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DDB1981 wrote:
Hi sebby05,

It would be great if we could talk about your situation and how I could help you see your options of programs and school with you 660 score. As a veteran Admissions Consultant with a 750 GMAT score, I have 7 years of teaching experience, a Rotman MBA, and a career in Banking. My services are targeted to professionals committed to taking their career to the next level.

I have been trained at, and have worked for two major test prep institutions, and have taught hundreds of satisfied students in Canada, the US, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. I have helped students get into Ivy League and top European MBA programs.

I specialize in:
-GMAT Teaching/Tutoring
-Application Consulting (Determining the right schools for your goals, and developing an application plan)
-Resume Building
-Essay Drafting
-Mock Interviewing

For questions or scheduling, please contact me at gmatbydavid-at-gmail.com, or visit my website at gmatbydavid.com

Looking forward to working with you!
David


Friendly advice, but presentation is key, and the above has quite a few spelling and grammar errors, definitely killing the message you're trying to convey.
Re: 660 GMAT - What are my chances?   [#permalink] 14 Jan 2014, 09:00
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