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Evalulation/Fit [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2009, 10:18
------- Fall 2010 Profile -------
Undergrad:
*BA from Gettysburg College, Double Major in Economics and Philosophy
*3.95
*Phi Beta Kappa
*Vice President of Community Service Organization
*Mock Trial Team & Federal Reserve Challenge Team
*Studied Abroad in France, speak French conversationally

WE:
*2 years Government --> economic research analyst for the Antitrust Division of DOJ
*Graduate Classes in Economics and mathematics

GMAT:
Registered to take in June 2009, practice tests average around 720

Questions:
1. How will two years of WE in the government with excellent letters of recommendation fair in the top schools? Would I gain a lot in my application by waiting even though I'd really prefer to apply for 2010?
2. What can I do to significantly improve my profile for top schools?
3. Does it make a difference that I am female? I only ask because as an undergraduate I remember reading a few articles that said b-schools were accepting exceptionally qualified females with less WE in order to balance their male/female ratios.

Thank you in advance for your suggestions!
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Evalulation/Fit   [#permalink] 24 Mar 2009, 10:18
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