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I need help in deciding which schools to aim for in the states. I am Lebanese i have a 3.2/4.0 GPA at the best university in the middle east, i have 650 on my gmat but i plan to give it another try and aim for the 700 (if you recommend it). i have 2 summer internships as analyst: one at bank of America in London and one at HSBC in Dubai. I am 20 years old so I only have 4 months work exp. as internships. what schools should i aim for with my current profile?
Program: Full time MS finance GMAT: 650 but may take it again if you recommend it GPA: 3.2/4.0 GPA at the best university in the middle east Work experience(WE): i have 2 summer internships as analyst: one at bank of America in London and one at HSBC in Dubai Nationality: Lebanese Age: 20 years old Gender: Male
Not sure how I missed your post, but my apologies for the delayed reply. Unfortunately, my expertise lies outside of the masters in finance degree, and as I was mentioning to a poster in the past week or so, there are few reliable up-to-date rankings of masters in finance programs. I can say that your profile is quite a distinctive one, which should be a big asset to you when you do apply. If you are only interested in gaining a master's from one of the top-ranked master's in finance programs (e.g., Berkeley) then my sense is that you would probably want to aim for a 700-level GMAT or at least a quantitative score above the 80th percentile (and ideally higher).
Sorry I couldn't be of more help. _________________