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Hi,
Can you please provide me a list of 5 US b-schools that I should apply.

- GMAT score: 710
- Work exp: 5 years
- Interested in Finance and General Management
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Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia, and NYU.
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Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Columbia, and NYU.


Why these schools?I thought selecting schools to apply to is suppose to be a more complicated process
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I agree that it should be a more complicated process.

However, given what the original poster wrote, there's not much I can based it on. Since this is a peer review, I named the top 3 schools (which basically has all recruiters going), and two finance-heavy schools, thus Columbia and NYU.

Had the original poster (no offense, by the way) posted a bit more about his/her work experience, extracurricular activities, undergrad/grad GPA, where he/she would like to work post-MBA, the school selection would have been more meticulously written out
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