i would appreciate your help.
I am an English medical doctor currently working in a start up (Previous experience with WHO and health-care consultancy).
I attended a top British university (Imperial College) and qualified in medicine and surgery - with honours. In addition, I have an undergrad business management degree from Tanaka business school, Imperial college.
I want to enter the VC industry and had hoped to apply to Stanford or Harvard.
I got a 700 today (quant 44. Verbal 42)
Really messed up the math section and panicked.
Is retaking an option i have to consider or will my diversity carry me through?
Really the question is your quant score so low that it will keep you out?
Do you have other evidence of quant skills? (How were your grades in undergrad business school?) If you have that evidence, I doubt if the quant score alone will keep you out, considering your excellent academic record in medical school, competitive overall score, and excellent work experience.
Co-Author of: MBA Admission for Smarties: The No-Nonsense Guide to Acceptance at Top Business Schools
Follow Accepted on Twitter
Friend Accepted on Facebook
Subscribe to Accepted's Blog