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23 y/o white male.
Bachelors in Management w/minors in Finance and Marketing.
Graduated with a 3.71. Magna Cum Laude, Dean's List, etc. from a 2nd tier University.
Will have 1.5 years work exp by fall 2013. Inside sales job with a leading building materials corporation. I see myself as being underemployed, but I live in an area that has VERY little to offer. I do manage all operations of a small sales office (inventory management, purchasing, etc.)
GMAT was a very disappointing 650 (Q43 V37) AWA 5.5 IR 7
My list looks something like this :
William & Mary
What do you think my chances are with these schools?
Also, any other schools I should consider? Looking to go into Corporate Finance or Consulting.
Looking for a Full-Time program with name recognition. Preferably in the southeast US
GMAT - 740: Work Ex - 9 years: MBA - HEC,Paris (Top European B - School)
Grad - Top 20 College in Asia