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GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA

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GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA [#permalink] New post 15 Mar 2012, 14:46
I know that it is kind of early for me to supplicate for a profile evaluation considering that I have yet to earn my BA but I would like to know where I stand. Accordingly, I will keep it short. Thanks in advance for any feedback.

Nationality:Turkish
Age:22
Gender:Male

Undergrad:Economics/Top university in Turkey
GPA:~3.30
GMAT:760 (Q:51/V:41)

Virtually no leadership experience.
Little bit of volunteer work.
Basically, extracurricular activities are not my strong suit.

I am considering to apply at fall of 2012 and by that time I will have 6 months of work experience. The reason why I am so impatient is that I will probably be underemployed and/or in a job that is inconsistent with my career goals.

Post MBA goal: Management consulting, preferably in US but Canada or Australia would do as well. Other than that, location does not matter.

Given my background, where could I expect to be accepted?
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Re: GMAT:760 - Meditations on a precocious MBA [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2012, 14:01
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HBS, Stanford and Yale like young applicants, but leadership may be an issue--see if you can step into some leadership roles if not at work then in your community. You will need to show a propensity to lead, so at the very least, you need to have some leadership evidence in your UG years. Your GMAT tells me you are smart and that kind of high score frankly is what is required to make up for things like low amount of WE. Being Turkish will help differentiate you in a pool that is generally short on Turkish applicants! Let us know if we can help you pull your story together in a compelling way.
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