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New Here!! :) [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2007, 23:49
Hi Everyone!!

My name is Michelle... I went to to a pretty crappy undergrad and did fairly poorly.. like 3.0 overall, but i did do like 3.5 upper division coursework... if that matters?

I've held decent jobs for the last 2 years and my goal is to go to USC Marshall? What are the odds of this?!!! I Hope I can do well on my GMATs!!!!!!! I know it is slim but im hopeful! :) :P :P :P :P :P
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Hey always be positive. Your screen-name is funny. Can you change it to goodtesttaker ??? Just kidding and hey , Welcome to this club. You will find some great people here.
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Aug 2007, 04:24
Well, you could take some undergrad classes now at a local school (even a community college, which would be cheaper) to show you can cut it.

Make sure your work experience is more than just decent, though...I had strong undergrad stats but my work experience didn't stand out (neither did my GMAT), and I didn't get in anywhere. Not trying to add any stress here, but make sure you take opps to develop leadership skills and show it at work. It'll help make up for the lower GPA.

And of course, kick butt on the GMAT!!
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