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Hi, can you please evaluate my profile? [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2006, 01:17
I really appreciate your feedback.. thanks!

I am 27 year old male. I have 3 years of investment banking in Asia and 2 years of commercial real estate acquisitions experience in the US. I have a 700 GMAT and a 2.9 GPA from a top 5 school.

I have a valid reason for my low GPA score for the optional essay.

What do you believe are my chances for Wharton or Columbia?

I am particularly interested in applying for their real estate program.

Thanks,
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Re: Hi, can you please evaluate my profile? [#permalink] New post 20 Dec 2006, 20:45
macho_1979 wrote:
I really appreciate your feedback.. thanks!

I am 27 year old male. I have 3 years of investment banking in Asia and 2 years of commercial real estate acquisitions experience in the US. I have a 700 GMAT and a 2.9 GPA from a top 5 school.

I have a valid reason for my low GPA score for the optional essay.

What do you believe are my chances for Wharton or Columbia?

I am particularly interested in applying for their real estate program.

Thanks,


Macho_1979,

You didn't give me alot of info to go on, but assuming you have some strong leadership stories (hopefully outside of work as well as in) then you may have a fair chance at Wharton or CBS. Given that you went to a "top 5" school the adcoms will cut you slack for the 2.9 GPA.

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