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Please evaluate my profile [#permalink] New post 05 Sep 2006, 18:31
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28 year old white male
730 GMAT
3.1 GPA - Tulane University
4 years workat a Fortune 500 financial services firm progressing from administrative assistant to highest level of analyst...analyst work was in a unique team based environment
Completed 1st level of CFA program
Steady community involvement through volunteer organizations since undergrad
Interested in working for a hedge fund/private investment mangement firm with long term goal of striking out on my own


I think I am a unique value proposition. Having lived and worked through Hurricane Katrina I have many valuable experiences to contribute to a B-school class. Additionally, during my tenure I have been through two mergers- one as the acquirer and one as the acquired.

Anyway, I was considering applying to 3-4 ultra eilte programs (Chicago GSB, Columbia, Wharton, Kellog) 3 elite programs (NYU, Tepper, Cornell) and one safety school (Washington University)

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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You're probably looking at too many schools -- it's very difficult to individualize applications with that many schools and as a result the quality of all your apps will suffer and it will be difficult to get the level of recommendation that you will require for these schools. I'd recommend shaving back to 2 ultra, 2 elite and 1 safety at most.
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