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Joined: 14 Oct 2009
Posts: 59
Location: DFW
Schools: Booth (admit after R1 waitlist), Wharton (R2 ding), Harvard (R2 ding), Darden (R2 waitlist), McCombs (ding after waitlist)
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Kudos [?]: 5 [0], given: 2

Peer Review - What do you think? [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2009, 17:57
26 year old white male from Texas

760 GMAT 48Q, 47V, 5.5AWA
3.9 GPA with Finance and Economics degree with 15 hrs of accounting from Baylor University

4 yrs of work experience as an analyst, operations manager, and loan officer for a real estate lender (primarily large CMBS and life company apartments, hotels, and retail) in Dallas. I had additional analyst experience at a bank in college. I supervised 8 analysts before being promoted to loan officer.

Mentored 3 undergrad business students, involved at church, and some other minor volunteer work.

Want to come back to Dallas and put together a group to buy a bank after I graduate.

Here are my picks: Wharton, Chicago, Sloan, Notre Dame, McCombs
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Schools: Columbia Business School - Class of 2012
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Re: Peer Review - What do you think? [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2009, 09:05
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26 year old white male from Texas

760 GMAT 48Q, 47V, 5.5AWA
3.9 GPA with Finance and Economics degree with 15 hrs of accounting from Baylor University

4 yrs of work experience as an analyst, operations manager, and loan officer for a real estate lender (primarily large CMBS and life company apartments, hotels, and retail) in Dallas. I had additional analyst experience at a bank in college. I supervised 8 analysts before being promoted to loan officer.

Mentored 3 undergrad business students, involved at church, and some other minor volunteer work.

Want to come back to Dallas and put together a group to buy a bank after I graduate.

Here are my picks: Wharton, Chicago, Sloan, Notre Dame, McCombs


Good profile and good choices. If I was in your shoes, I would eliminate Notre Dame and pick 2 from Darden, Duke, Kellogg, Tuck. McCombs should suffice as your safety.
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Joined: 14 Oct 2009
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Location: DFW
Schools: Booth (admit after R1 waitlist), Wharton (R2 ding), Harvard (R2 ding), Darden (R2 waitlist), McCombs (ding after waitlist)
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Kudos [?]: 5 [0], given: 2

Re: Peer Review - What do you think? [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2009, 12:49
Thank you for the advice, I had actually already started on the Duke application but changed directions. It can't hurt to pick that one back up. I like that part of the country, which doesn't hurt when you consider that I will be spending the next 2 years there. I've started doing a little research on Darden as well.
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Re: Peer Review - What do you think? [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2009, 14:20
JCTplus3 wrote:
Thank you for the advice, I had actually already started on the Duke application but changed directions. It can't hurt to pick that one back up. I like that part of the country, which doesn't hurt when you consider that I will be spending the next 2 years there. I've started doing a little research on Darden as well.


Darden is a wonderful program. Great facilities, a high level of interaction with the faculty, and a solid alumni network. It's rankings don't do it justice.

Best of luck. I'm sure you'll grab a few admits and do well.
Re: Peer Review - What do you think?   [#permalink] 19 Oct 2009, 14:20
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