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# HBS / Northwestern material?

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29 Jul 2008, 13:12
GMAT: 730, 96% (Q: 44, 70% / V: 48, 99%)(unofficial)

B'ground: Exec. Dir. for successful educational nonprofit for 10 years; helped start program 12 years ago. Tremendous track record of leadership and management. BUT... no math classes since high school, despite the fact that I've always been a numbers guy (just nerved up on the GMAT a little and ran out of time). Need an MBA to take my NP or a new NP nationwide. Like the social enterprise offerings at HBS and Northwestern (also applying to Columbia and Stanford).

Concerns: Age -- I'm 34 soon. Math -- will the AdComms dismiss my candidacy because of the 70th percentile mark and a lack of quant classes? GMAT -- because of that mark do I need to retake it?

PLEASE let me know what you think. Thanks so much for your time.
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