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Chances: Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU, MIT [#permalink] New post 26 Oct 2004, 01:36
My profile is:

GMAT 710
GPA 3.1
Nationality: Spanish
Living in France
Languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian.
NGO Volunteer
Work Experience in Spain, France and Italia (4 years)
National Scholarship during University
Writing Award during High School

I am interested in Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU and MIT

I would like to know my real changes and strategies to follow to get there.

Thanks for your help,
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 [#permalink] New post 26 Oct 2004, 10:30
Hi,

What and where did you study?
What type of work experience do you have?

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Re: Chances: Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU, MIT [#permalink] New post 26 Oct 2004, 12:25
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applicant710 wrote:
My profile is:

GMAT 710
GPA 3.1
Nationality: Spanish
Living in France
Languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian.
NGO Volunteer
Work Experience in Spain, France and Italia (4 years)
National Scholarship during University
Writing Award during High School

I am interested in Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU and MIT

I would like to know my real changes and strategies to follow to get there.

Thanks for your help,


What do you want to do after you MBA? What have you been doing since college?
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Oct 2004, 00:19
Hi,

Sorry, I have been a little brief.

I have worked as Project Manager for an Amercian Consulting Company in Hi-Tech in Paris. I have participated in projects such as the Olympics.

I have worked as Business Solution Engineer in the Strategic Account Department of one Global Telco Operator in Madrid.

I have studied in Spain (Politecnica de Madrid) and obtained a Master Degree in Engineering. Major in Telecommunications.

I am very interested in International Finance, Globality and Technology Management.

My GMAT score is 710 (50Q-38V, so 95, 83%).
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Re: Chances: Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU, MIT [#permalink] New post 01 Nov 2004, 16:12
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applicant710 wrote:
My profile is:

GMAT 710
GPA 3.1
Nationality: Spanish
Living in France
Languages: English, Spanish, French and Italian.
NGO Volunteer
Work Experience in Spain, France and Italia (4 years)
National Scholarship during University
Writing Award during High School

I am interested in Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, NYU and MIT

I would like to know my real changes and strategies to follow to get there.

Thanks for your help,


Thank you for your response to my earlier questions. You are a highly competitive applicant at all the schools on your list and are applying appropriately.

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