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need a game plan [#permalink] New post 16 Mar 2006, 19:44
i am a fresh grad. thinking about grad school in a few years. what is my game plan for a top 10 school.undgrad grades are half decent 3.5, with a 3.7 upper division (3rd and 4th year).

havent wrote the gmat , but i wont settle for less than 700.
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It's great that you're thinking about it now! The two things that yo ucan do to help yourself the most right now are 1) take on challenging assignments/leadership roles at work, taking on more responsibility as time goes on, and 2) make a real impact in your community. For the latter, quality matters much more than quantity. And both of these things matter far more than the GMAT!

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