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I'd love to hear your opinion [#permalink] New post 03 Aug 2005, 15:01
Hi,

I expect a score of about 780 on the GMAT, have a GPA of 3.3 in Computer Engineering, and am involved in various community service activities, mostly fundraising and project facilitations which focus on improving the lives of children living in poverty. I haven't held any elected positions in college though I was in many committees back in high-school, and have organized events for audiences of 700 people.
I don't have any full-time experience but for a summer as a project management intern. Also I worked part-time in school as a technical helpdesk consultant and am currently a research aide. I'll be graduating this December.
I've had quite a bit of international exposure- I grew up in 3 countries, and am very comfortable interacting with people from different cultures and backgrounds.

I intend to pursue either General Management or Finance.

What do you think are my chances of getting into Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Kellogg and Wharton?
Which schools do you think I have a very good chance of getting into?

Thanks,
Amrita
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Although a few schools (most notably Harvard and Stanford) are actively recruiting undergrads, most of those undergrads who are accepted either have significant internships or significant entrepreneurial experiences. I don't see either of those in your profile, so I think it would probably be a stretch even with a 780.
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