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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 12:30
my undergrad GPA was 2.8 from a top-10 private school GMAT 660, I applied to 3 schools:

1. Duke- Admit
2. Cornell- Admit with $$
3. Rochester- Admit with full-ride
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 12:51
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^^an IVY league UG help tremendously Josie.
you have 2 (one with a 3.9, although just a few classes), female and a 720?.....congrats and all that good stuff, but you are a strong candidate....do you have blue chip WE too?

if so get outta here....lol


haha what is blue chip WE?
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 12:52
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jordanhendrix wrote:
^^an IVY league UG help tremendously Josie.
you have 2 (one with a 3.9, although just a few classes), female and a 720?.....congrats and all that good stuff, but you are a strong candidate....do you have blue chip WE too?

if so get outta here....lol


haha what is blue chip WE?



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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 12:59
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josiebella wrote:
jordanhendrix wrote:
^^an IVY league UG help tremendously Josie.
you have 2 (one with a 3.9, although just a few classes), female and a 720?.....congrats and all that good stuff, but you are a strong candidate....do you have blue chip WE too?

if so get outta here....lol


haha what is blue chip WE?



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nope. :P

I work in the fashion / beauty sector in finance.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 13:03
^^^ so you have DIVERSE experience too?.....you are forbidden from posting in this thread. haha

But on a side note, as we can see GPA isnt everything, but to overcome a low one you better be very strong in everything else for a top tier school.

Seriously though Josie, not trying to take anything away from your accomplishments....congrats on CBS :)
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Feb 2011, 13:10
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^^^ so you have DIVERSE experience too?.....you are forbidden from posting in this thread. haha

But on a side note, as we can see GPA isnt everything, but to overcome a low one you better be very strong in everything else for a top tier school.

Seriously though Josie, not trying to take anything away from your accomplishments....congrats on CBS :)


thanks :)

i think the most important thing is to have a good story that makes sense. and not to sell youself short.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 01 Mar 2011, 08:26
I will post my story once I find out more in a few weeks. Hopefully it'll be a success story :). Thanks for all the contributors!
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2011, 13:18
Hi,

Just wanted to share my stats a bit, since I finally got an admit today.

1) < 3.0 UG GPA from a State University, Humanities
2) 700 GMAT
3) Am pretty sure I'm about to get dinged from Stanford--it was a big stretch for me (slightly higher age/low gpa), but I just had to try
4) Have been admitted to University Washington Foster and Ross

I addressed my low GPA in the optional essay, not making excuses but just being very factual about why I didn’t do well and offered other evidence of my academic abilities (other strong semesters, GMAT, etc.).

Hope this helps!

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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2011, 11:20
I wish I had found this thread prior to applying - it would have been very motivating. Regardless, I consider myself very lucky:
Demographics 31 year old, white male
UG - 2.67 gpa at univ. ranked ~50th. Economics. Earned every possible letter grade (As, Bs, Cs, Ds, Fs, Pass, Is, Ws, and Zs). Lowest semester 0.75. Wrote a strong essay explaining how this experience of struggling through college made me a better person and better at my job. Discussed personal struggles I overcame.
GMAT - 720 41V 47Q 6.0 AWA.
WE Worked in education for the leaders in Ed. reform. Been teacher, admin, fundraiser. Strong success in field.
Applied to:
Duke Fuqua: R1 Accepted
Michigan Ross: R2 Accepted with $
UNC KF: R2 Accepted
Yale SOM: R2 Ding w/o interview
Berkeley Haas: R2 Ding w/o interview
UVA: R2 no decision; no interview
UCLA: R2 no decision; no interview

I would credit my success to:
1. Being a non-traditional candidate. I have a demonstrated passion. I was able to demonstrate how an MBA would help me. I think it was convincing to show how I will use an MBA to "save the world." Having worked for a leader in the industry it made up for my poor academic performance.
2. Strong GMAT - with a bad GPA you got to study your a$$-off.
3. Strong essays: Each essay went through 10+ rounds of substantive edits.

Good luck to all low GPA applicants!
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2011, 13:49
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I wish I had found this thread prior to applying - it would have been very motivating. Regardless, I consider myself very lucky:
Demographics 31 year old, white male
UG - 2.67 gpa at univ. ranked ~50th. Economics. Earned every possible letter grade (As, Bs, Cs, Ds, Fs, Pass, Is, Ws, and Zs). Lowest semester 0.75. Wrote a strong essay explaining how this experience of struggling through college made me a better person and better at my job. Discussed personal struggles I overcame.
GMAT - 720 41V 47Q 6.0 AWA.
WE Worked in education for the leaders in Ed. reform. Been teacher, admin, fundraiser. Strong success in field.
Applied to:
Duke Fuqua: R1 Accepted
Michigan Ross: R2 Accepted with $
UNC KF: R2 Accepted
Yale SOM: R2 Ding w/o interview
Berkeley Haas: R2 Ding w/o interview
UVA: R2 no decision; no interview
UCLA: R2 no decision; no interview

I would credit my success to:
1. Being a non-traditional candidate. I have a demonstrated passion. I was able to demonstrate how an MBA would help me. I think it was convincing to show how I will use an MBA to "save the world." Having worked for a leader in the industry it made up for my poor academic performance.
2. Strong GMAT - with a bad GPA you got to study your a$$-off.
3. Strong essays: Each essay went through 10+ rounds of substantive edits.

Good luck to all low GPA applicants!


Congrats!
Did you do anything to supplement your grades like take extra courses?
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2011, 10:08
Much like others, I consider myself lucky, but was able to overcome an abysmal UG GPA

27 year old white male

UG GPA: 2.6 from top 20 college. Philosophy major (wtf was i thinking :roll: ). Addressed head-on GPA in all optional essays and in interviews.
GMAT: 700
WE: 5 years, consulting/sales&marketing. Not for any of the big firms

Applied to:
Duke Fuqua - R2 no interview
UVA Darden - R2 no interview
Georgetown McDonough - R2 waitlist
UMD Smith - Accepted w/ $$
UNC Kenan-Flagler - Accepted, but no $$ info yet
UT Austin McCombs - R2 interview, waiting for results

While I got dinged off the bat at UVA and Duke, probably because of my GPA, I think my essays and WE showed the adcoms at the other schools that I have changed significantly since I earned such low marks in undergrad. With a crap GPA like mine, I think you have to make everything else in your package spectacular.

I also tried very hard to put my personality into my essays and make them memorable. My work is traditional and boring, and my stats are not outstanding, so I tried to include other things that would help me stand out.

Dings aside, I feel like getting into a top-20 program (one that I'm thrilled about) with a 2.6 GPA is definitely a success story. I'll re-read my app tonight to see if I can see anything else that may have helped.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2011, 07:56
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Hope this story is of help. A low GPA isn't something you should be proud, but there are ways to mitigate the damage on your application.

We had a client who was solid in most areas – he had deep extra-curricular interests, average but interesting work experience and some very interesting personal stories. However, he had a below average GPA that could have derailed his entire application (his GPA was below a 3.0).

In his essay, we discussed his pursuit and intense interest in martial arts. That interest actually took him away from school for two semesters and became a distraction that contributed to a very low GPA. But it also helped him develop certain characteristics and unique abilities that strengthened his character, and made him a much stronger leader and team player. In his essays he discussed his renewed commitment to academics and explained how he had developed qualities that would enable him to excel in business school and in the business world.

In the end, he was admitted into both Columbia and Chicago.

Although a low GPA isn't great, there are ways to discuss and frame the story to your advantage.

Hope this was of help.

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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2011, 10:52
This is still a work in progress, but hopefully it will turn into a success story:

GPA: 2.72 from a top 75 liberal arts college, english major
GMAT: 700 Q45 V40
Race / Ethnicity: White, part Hispanic, (I'm Venezuelan American, born in Venezuela to Venezuelan mother)

My priorities, in order, as an undergraduate:

1) drinking / partying
2) playing division III lacrosse for my college
3) playing videogames
4) anything besides academics
5) drinking / partying
6) academics

Even worse, my GPA steadily dropped as my academic career progressed, starting off at about a 3.2 my first semester of my freshman year before progressing downward and culminating in a 1.8 the second semester of my senior year, during which I received an F and a no credit for my senior thesis, which I had to return and complete the following semester.

To combat this, years later, I retook the course I failed at DePaul University and received an A. I also took an accounting course through UCLA extension, earning another A. I did not take a single quantitative course as an undergraduate so I wanted to show that I had some quantitative skills.

My work / managerial experience is somewhat limited. For the past 5 years, I've worked for a community bank, where I've held various positions. Currently, I'm in a largely adminstrative position in the bank's loan department. This required a lot of spin in my essays, and personally I think this is more of a turn off than my low GPA.

Some decent volunteer work, but nothing recently.

Applying to:
Ross
Marshall
McCombs
Anderson

I'm also going in during round 3, so it's going to be even tougher. I haven't heard from Ross, so that's not looking good. In the event I receive 4 dings, I think I may take 1 or 2 additional courses to show more of my quantitative abilities, and maybe get involved in some volunteer work.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2011, 11:06
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This is still a work in progress, but hopefully it will turn into a success story:

GPA: 2.72 from a top 75 liberal arts college, english major
GMAT: 700 Q45 V40
Race / Ethnicity: White, part Hispanic, (I'm Venezuelan American, born in Venezuela to Venezuelan mother)

My priorities, in order, as an undergraduate:

1) drinking / partying
2) playing division III lacrosse for my college
3) playing videogames
4) anything besides academics
5) drinking / partying
6) academics

Even worse, my GPA steadily dropped as my academic career progressed, starting off at about a 3.2 my first semester of my freshman year before progressing downward and culminating in a 1.8 the second semester of my senior year, during which I received an F and a no credit for my senior thesis, which I had to return and complete the following semester.

To combat this, years later, I retook the course I failed at DePaul University and received an A. I also took an accounting course through UCLA extension, earning another A. I did not take a single quantitative course as an undergraduate so I wanted to show that I had some quantitative skills.

My work / managerial experience is somewhat limited. For the past 5 years, I've worked for a community bank, where I've held various positions. Currently, I'm in a largely adminstrative position in the bank's loan department. This required a lot of spin in my essays, and personally I think this is more of a turn off than my low GPA.

Some decent volunteer work, but nothing recently.

Applying to:
Ross
Marshall
McCombs
Anderson

I'm also going in during round 3, so it's going to be even tougher. I haven't heard from Ross, so that's not looking good. In the event I receive 4 dings, I think I may take 1 or 2 additional courses to show more of my quantitative abilities, and maybe get involved in some volunteer work.



I'm no expert but:

1) You should absolutely not apply in the 3rd round this year.
2) Spend the next 7 months taking 2-4 courses and acing them, while also taking some sort of leadership position with a non-profit/alumni association, etc.

Round 3 is a crapshoot to begin with, so to go in with a sub-3.0 gpa and with limited leadership experience, you're just asking for a rejection.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2011, 12:14
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doggdetroit wrote:
This is still a work in progress, but hopefully it will turn into a success story:

GPA: 2.72 from a top 75 liberal arts college, english major
GMAT: 700 Q45 V40
Race / Ethnicity: White, part Hispanic, (I'm Venezuelan American, born in Venezuela to Venezuelan mother)

My priorities, in order, as an undergraduate:

1) drinking / partying
2) playing division III lacrosse for my college
3) playing videogames
4) anything besides academics
5) drinking / partying
6) academics

Even worse, my GPA steadily dropped as my academic career progressed, starting off at about a 3.2 my first semester of my freshman year before progressing downward and culminating in a 1.8 the second semester of my senior year, during which I received an F and a no credit for my senior thesis, which I had to return and complete the following semester.

To combat this, years later, I retook the course I failed at DePaul University and received an A. I also took an accounting course through UCLA extension, earning another A. I did not take a single quantitative course as an undergraduate so I wanted to show that I had some quantitative skills.

My work / managerial experience is somewhat limited. For the past 5 years, I've worked for a community bank, where I've held various positions. Currently, I'm in a largely adminstrative position in the bank's loan department. This required a lot of spin in my essays, and personally I think this is more of a turn off than my low GPA.

Some decent volunteer work, but nothing recently.

Applying to:
Ross
Marshall
McCombs
Anderson

I'm also going in during round 3, so it's going to be even tougher. I haven't heard from Ross, so that's not looking good. In the event I receive 4 dings, I think I may take 1 or 2 additional courses to show more of my quantitative abilities, and maybe get involved in some volunteer work.



I'm no expert but:

1) You should absolutely not apply in the 3rd round this year.
2) Spend the next 7 months taking 2-4 courses and acing them, while also taking some sort of leadership position with a non-profit/alumni association, etc.

Round 3 is a crapshoot to begin with, so to go in with a sub-3.0 gpa and with limited leadership experience, you're just asking for a rejection.


I appreciate the concern, but I'm willing to roll the dice at this point. Worst comes to worst, I get rejected at all 4 schools. I do what you allude to in 2) before applying to a few different schools next year in round 1.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2011, 17:23
One of the most critical pieces to the application is having a compelling and cohesive story (probably preaching to the choir), but I think the emphasis is even greater when competing against other Round 3 applicants and waitlisters for a small number of seats. I think a few points haven't been mentioned that could shed some more light on your competitiveness in R3, namely the archetypical essay questions: What are your career goals? Why do you need an MBA and why now? What have you done to move towards your goals already (what specific skills have been developed and/or what important experiences have you had)?

Best of luck with the decisions!
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2011, 03:08
GPA: 3.1 from top 10 liberal arts college in US
GMAT: 730
Race / Ethnicity: International (Asian)
WE: Management Consulting 5+ years

This was actually my 3rd year applying to b-school
1st year: Rejected from Booth, Wharton, CBS
2nd year: Waitlisted from Haas, Fuqua. Rejected from Stanford, CBS, Kellogg
3rd year: Accepted to Kellogg (I withdrew my application form Haas and Fuqua)

I'm not really sure what convinced the adcoms to admit me this year given that my GPA and GMAT has not changed. The only difference was my essays and WE.

For those who were not able to get in B-school this year, I just wanted to let you know that its still possible to get into a great school and it is worth trying if you really want to get an MBA
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2011, 03:58
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I appreciate the concern, but I'm willing to roll the dice at this point. Worst comes to worst, I get rejected at all 4 schools. I do what you allude to in 2) before applying to a few different schools next year in round 1.


It seems that if you wait until the fall, you could take the time to beef up your application, mostly your essays. With your history, I think you're going to need a very compelling story about why you want an MBA and how your work ethic (as it will be perceived by the adcoms from your undergrad) has improved. I'm sure you're not the same person you were back then so with your good GMAT and some really solid essays that answer the "Why MBA? Why now?" questions, you'd probably have success with some of the programs you listed.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 19 Apr 2011, 07:21
I have been quiet since I got admitted. I am not sure if I should be considered a success story , but here are some ideas for future applicants.

I squandered the opportunities in my undergrad. Something I regret even as I write this post.
Not only did I have an average GPA, I flunked a subject in the last semester.

1)Schools rejected : INSEAD, Kellogg, HAAS, MIT, Wharton
2)School accepted : Ross

Looking back I could have planned my application better. I realised too late that I should have taken some respectable online courses to support my excellent GMAT score. Online courses from Thunderbird or HAAS would have been a good addition.
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Re: Low Undergrad GPA Success Stories [#permalink] New post 14 May 2011, 09:26
Updating my earlier post with new acceptances:

Much like others, I consider myself lucky, but was able to overcome an abysmal UG GPA

27 year old white male

UG GPA: 2.6 from top 20 college. Philosophy major (wtf was i thinking :roll: ). Addressed head-on GPA in all optional essays and in interviews.
GMAT: 700
WE: 5 years, consulting/sales&marketing. Not for any of the big firms

Applied to:
Duke Fuqua - R2 no interview
UVA Darden - R2 no interview
Georgetown McDonough - Accepted
UMD Smith - Accepted w/ $$
UNC Kenan-Flagler - Accepted
UT Austin McCombs - Accepted

While I got dinged off the bat at UVA and Duke, probably because of my GPA, I think my essays and WE showed the adcoms at the other schools that I have changed significantly since I earned such low marks in undergrad. With a crap GPA like mine, I think you have to make everything else in your package spectacular.

I also tried very hard to put my personality into my essays and make them memorable. My work is traditional and boring, and my stats are not outstanding, so I tried to include other things that would help me stand out.

Dings aside, I feel like getting into several top-25 programs with a 2.6 GPA is definitely a success story.

I haven't made up my mind yet where I'll be heading, but wanted to pass this along to any applicants with a low gpa. GPA isn't a deal breaker.
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