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mba/jd [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2013, 20:37
hi , ive tried to put down my profile in short here

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ll me if i stand a chance of getting accepted in any of the top 5 jd/mba dual degree programs (harvard, wharton, stanford, yale , columbia)
Also given my apparant underperformance in my B.Tech (frankly speaking IITs are known to grade rather harshly and on campus 9+ is a big achievement) should i drop the idea of jd/mba and just concentrate on mba ???

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Re: mba/jd [#permalink] New post 26 Feb 2013, 21:49
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hi , ive tried to put down my profile in short here

B.Tech , Civil eng. , Indian Institute Of Technology , Kanpur (among top 3 in india) , CGP: 9.1/10
Bsc Economics , University Of London International Programme (academic supervision of LSE, it is in essence a distance education programme) , passed with distinction
4 years of work-ex in the top oilfield services company, lots of international experience, posted in a number of third world countries
Msc finance and Economics. London School Of Economics , Distinction
Currently working in a financial services company.
Can speak 5 languages: English, Hindi , Maithili, and manageable levels of German and French (did certificate courses in both)
Volunteered for various NGOs over the years
GMAT: 780, LSAT: 178

please tell me if i stand a chance of getting accepted in any of the top 5 jd/mba dual degree programs (harvard, wharton, stanford, yale , columbia)
Also given my apparant underperformance in my B.Tech (frankly speaking IITs are known to grade rather harshly and on campus 9+ is a big achievement) should i drop the idea of jd/mba and just concentrate on mba ???


Anyone with a passing knowledge of the IITs knows that a 9.1 is a very high grade average. Your GMAT and LSAT are also stellar and your work experience is impressive. You have a competitive profile for your target programs.

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