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18 Mar 2010, 18:43
hey shannon,

During my banking interviews I always struggled because I didn't have a quantitative major. i learned that when times get tough, that's really when the value of your school pulls through--like brand, alums helping you, etc. it's a 2nd chance for me to do the work I want: corporate finance, management consulting, etc. so i'm going to tough it out for these 2 years and save up for it.

may i ask, does the scholarship depend on your age too? i'm almost 24. but if i could get that amount after writing the essay for USC, i can go!!

thanks!!
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18 Mar 2010, 19:00
lycaon wrote:
I'm confused; do you want a Masters of Accounting or an MBA? It seems like your goals may be more inline with what an MBA program can offer you. Good luck with whatever you decide to do!

agreed. i thought about a mba too, but no experience and it's quite expensive. i feel like i need a MSA to round myself out because i'm all liberal arts. but i'm open to all opinions!
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