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Advice would be appreciated [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2012, 10:08
I would like to preface this post by saying that any and all feedback/criticism is sincerely appreciated. Please take a few minutes to reply because you are really helping me by doing so.

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26 year old white male
2 years Financial Services- Analyst Role
6 months Commercial Real Estate- Asset Management

3.0 GPA from a Top 50 School- B.B.A. Management
650 GMAT- Very High Verbal/Average Quant

Without getting into specifics about my work experience and personal background and solely based on the above please help with the following questions:

What are the best schools that I have a 50%+ chance to get accepted right now?
Is it a good idea for me to retake the GMAT?
Would it be worthwhile to work for 2 more years or is it best to apply now?
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Re: Advice would be appreciated [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2012, 21:11
wpreston86 wrote:
I would like to preface this post by saying that any and all feedback/criticism is sincerely appreciated. Please take a few minutes to reply because you are really helping me by doing so.

Profile:
26 year old white male
2 years Financial Services- Analyst Role
6 months Commercial Real Estate- Asset Management

3.0 GPA from a Top 50 School- B.B.A. Management
650 GMAT- Very High Verbal/Average Quant

Without getting into specifics about my work experience and personal background and solely based on the above please help with the following questions:

What are the best schools that I have a 50%+ chance to get accepted right now?
Is it a good idea for me to retake the GMAT?
Would it be worthwhile to work for 2 more years or is it best to apply now?



Hello,

Thanks for writing to us.

1) Choosing schools depends on a lot of factors - geography, specialization, method of study at school etc, so help me know this

2) Retaking again depends on point 1 , higher GMAT is always better.

3) Depends on your personal goals, otherwise you are always fit if u fulfill the experience criterion of school

Please help me with above points to help u

thanks
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Re: Advice would be appreciated   [#permalink] 17 Nov 2012, 21:11
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