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MIT MFin Chances [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2014, 12:59
I am looking into the MIT MFin program and wanted to get an opinion on my chances of being accepted. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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Graduating from semi-target undergrad in May 2015 majoring in Finance
GPA: 3.4, will be between 3.5-3.6 by graduation
GMAT: 670 on practice test without prep. Will work on bringing that up. Think I should be able to bring this up to at least a 720.
Extracurriculars: Strong leadership presence on campus
Internships (in chronological order): Small startup, FoF at a global AM firm, Big 4 Valuation (received FT offer), local IB boutique
Additional course background: Couple of classes in programming and basic math requirements (Calc I & Statistics). Will take additional math courses to complete the suggested background work.
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Re: MIT MFin Chances [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2014, 20:03
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I am no pro but from my experience you should be able to crack the MIT Mfin program if you score well in GMAT in the range of 700-740 would be good to go.Also how many years do you think is your working experience?Your profile is Good and you have also the chance of looking at MFE programs as you have a strong background in stat and math.
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Re: MIT MFin Chances [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2014, 20:49
amrit2201 wrote:
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I am no pro but from my experience you should be able to crack the MIT Mfin program if you score well in GMAT in the range of 700-740 would be good to go.Also how many years do you think is your working experience?Your profile is Good and you have also the chance of looking at MFE programs as you have a strong background in stat and math.


Thanks for the feedback! I've had 10 months of full-time internships and 12 months of part-time internships - which seems to be higher than the average in the most recent class profile for MIT.

Not too interested in MFE at this point but appreciate the suggestion.
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