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New post 19 Feb 2013, 12:30
I am applying graduate school next fall, I have my profile below:

GPA for undergrad so far : 3.6 (Finance & Banking)
GMAT: I haven't take yet. (Will take later)
Working experience:
secretary in AIG.Inc.
accounting assistant in accounting firm
office administration in non-profit organization
Activities:
VP and treasurer in accounting/ finance club

My target school: Cornell, HBS, Columbia, UPenn

Do you guys think my profile is strong enough or qualify to get into the school I want to apply tho besides my GMAT score?

Thanks!
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New post 19 Feb 2013, 14:04
mary1234,
Based only on the info you provided, you would be overreaching at these 4 schools, except Cornell, even assuming a ~700 GMAT score. Though B-schools are more open to younger applicants than they used to be, they also hold them to a high bar in terms of qualifications / leadership / impact. Your GPA is fine. There may be -- and probably is -- more to your profile than this, so please feel free to send my your CV/resume for a closer look: paulbodine@yahoo.com.

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mary1234 wrote:
I am applying graduate school next fall, I have my profile below:

GPA for undergrad so far : 3.6 (Finance & Banking)
GMAT: I haven't take yet. (Will take later)
Working experience:
secretary in AIG.Inc.
accounting assistant in accounting firm
office administration in non-profit organization
Activities:
VP and treasurer in accounting/ finance club

My target school: Cornell, HBS, Columbia, UPenn

Do you guys think my profile is strong enough or qualify to get into the school I want to apply tho besides my GMAT score?

Thanks!
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New post 19 Feb 2013, 14:52
Based on what you provide here, I would recommend that you re-evaluate your list of schools. All four of these schools are very competitive and while you are competitive on many fronts, I do not see competitive level qualifications on some of the more important fronts (especially work experience). However, just becuase you seem to be over-reaching on the schools that you are targeting, there are many great programs which you would be considered a very strong candidate.

Good luck.

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New post 05 Apr 2013, 11:02
What if I got the CFP and CFA level 1 certificate, will it be helping me get into the graduate school?


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Based on what you provide here, I would recommend that you re-evaluate your list of schools. All four of these schools are very competitive and while you are competitive on many fronts, I do not see competitive level qualifications on some of the more important fronts (especially work experience). However, just becuase you seem to be over-reaching on the schools that you are targeting, there are many great programs which you would be considered a very strong candidate.

Good luck.

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mary1234 wrote:
What if I got the CFP and CFA level 1 certificate, will it be helping me get into the graduate school?


ManhattanReview wrote:
Based on what you provide here, I would recommend that you re-evaluate your list of schools. All four of these schools are very competitive and while you are competitive on many fronts, I do not see competitive level qualifications on some of the more important fronts (especially work experience). However, just becuase you seem to be over-reaching on the schools that you are targeting, there are many great programs which you would be considered a very strong candidate.

Good luck.

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Not that much. Too many people have level 1. If you got level three, maybe a bit. But there are more important things.
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