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apply this year or next year? [#permalink] New post 02 Jul 2011, 06:05
Hi! Thank you for your time in advance!

I'm 24/asian/female.

Undergrad: graduated in 2009 from a top 3 ivy league university. major in economics with honors. (3.6gpa)
Extracurriculars: VP and founding member of an organization to help other women in business; dance team for basketball games

GMAT: 750

Work: a little less than 2 years at a bulge bracket investment bank in coverage banking. left recently to join a heavily-funded startup that is expanding rapidly.
Extracurriculars: junior board of an education nonprofit

Dream schools: Stanford, Harvard, Wharton and Sloan (in that order)

I understand that this is very little information; I would love to chat more over the phone with more details.

Thanks for your time!
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Re: apply this year or next year? [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2011, 03:01
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mbagirl2015 wrote:
Hi! Thank you for your time in advance!

I'm 24/asian/female.

Undergrad: graduated in 2009 from a top 3 ivy league university. major in economics with honors. (3.6gpa)
Extracurriculars: VP and founding member of an organization to help other women in business; dance team for basketball games

GMAT: 750

Work: a little less than 2 years at a bulge bracket investment bank in coverage banking. left recently to join a heavily-funded startup that is expanding rapidly.
Extracurriculars: junior board of an education nonprofit

Dream schools: Stanford, Harvard, Wharton and Sloan (in that order)

I understand that this is very little information; I would love to chat more over the phone with more details.

Thanks for your time!

You are still a bit young, so while Harvard and possibly Stanford may find you "ready," Wharton and Sloan do trend a bit older. You may need to wait a year or two until you can point to real results from your leadership of the startup.
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