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My Chances at HBS/Wharton/Kellogg

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My Chances at HBS/Wharton/Kellogg [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2006, 07:40
Scott,
Just as a follow-up on our thread below. My profile has changed a little. Unfortunately my GPA is now 2.99. Apparently there was an error on my transcript which was uncovered 2 years after my graduation.
Based on my 2.99 GPA my current profile below and my 690 GMAT.

1) Are HBS/Wharton/Kellogg still within reach?
2) Is a 690 still good enough? or do you recommend a re-take to offset my GPA?

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It's definitely tougher with a 2.99 GPA, but cartainly not impossible to get into H/W/K. I don't think that re-taking the GMAT will help much, though. 690 is already very strong. The GMAT shows that you have the intelligence to do well in b-school, but what you will still need to show is that you now have the dedication & discipline to succeed there. The GMAT won't help you with this very much. Your essays and recommendations will!

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