Based on your background, I believe that there is enough compelling content for you to present that will make admissions confident that you can handle the demanding academics of the McGill MBA program. First of all, GPAs are relative -- and you pursued a difficult course of study -- one which for its difficulty. Next, you demonstrated a continued quest for learning -- through all of your advanced certificate courses. Lastly, you excelled in a competitive and demanding industry - one which required that you have great mastery over many aspects of pharma and medicine. From an admissions perspective, this should be enough to compensation for your slightly below average GPA and GMAT score. Just make sure that every other aspect of your candidacy -- essays, recommendations, interview, resume, etc. are beyond standards.
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Kimbelry you are simply amazing
if you do not mind I still have a couple of questions :
1-The trend of my GPA is a downward one due to a personal crisis I faced during my last three semesters . Moreover , among the subjects I studied during 5 years of undergraduate studies was a low-weight course (much less credit hours than others) of mere mathematics with a "Pass" in the second year , and another of business administration and basics of finance in the third year with an "Excellent".Both had the same weight .Also, in my first postgraduate degree I studied another "low-weight" course that was a mix of maths and other topics with a "Pass" as well because of the other topics but this detailing can never be explained in he transcripts since the mark stated is the overall of the test.Taken into consideration that I took a three-day workshop "finance for non-financial managers) a few months ago before my GMAT,and that my Quant score increased from 36 in my first attempt to 39 in my second , how do you advise me to connect these together in order to prove I have the sufficient quantitative skills to handle an MBA curriculum ? (I actually do . a big part of my studies were statistics and calculations and also my work involved a lot of data charts and numbers)
2-Is it possible that I state in my resume the internal "undocumented" training I received within my company ? I am asking this question since it included presentation skills and basic analysis of market share datasheet.
Thanks in advance.
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