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Education - BA political science top 15 liberal arts. 3.1 GPA with strong upward trend yr/yr. Deans list.
GMAT - 700. Strong verbal, slightly unbalanced, quant less than 80%.
WE - five years as a commercial lines underwriter at only Dow 30 P&C carrier $33b mkt cap. Clients inlcude top public companys on the west coast (Nike, NFLX, DirecTV, Disney, Starbucks etc). Three promotions, strong recs, 2 direct reports, $30m P&L responsibility.
ECs - director at 501(c)3 non profit which places underpriveledged kids in after school literacy programs. Volunteer tutoring elementary school kids at local 501(c)3 non-profit. Long term consistent work with both organizations.
Professional accomplishments - earned desigations CPCU and ARM in record time, comparable to CFA for research analysts.
Goals - corporate strategy/development and c-suite leadership at an insurance carrier. Liberty Mutual hires out of Tuck/Fuqua/Ross for this job.
3.1 GPA w/ a 740 GMAT. I work as a financial advisor at prestigious investment bank (but i'm not an investment banker by any means) which would be a comparably prestigious job to yours.
I targetted schools that are friendlier to lower GPAs. Dartmouth, Kellogg, Wharton, and Ross will all have your GPA outside of the middle 80%.
Schools that are friendlier to lower GPAs (assuming you can make up for it on the GMAT and w/ work experience): Columbia, Chicago/Booth, Duke/Fuqua, UVA/Darden, Cornell/Johnson, UT/McCombs, Emory/Goizuetta.
Booth used to be friendlier to lower GPAs but now that their ranking is higher, they might be looking for higher caliber students too
EDIT: I guess what i'm trying to say is that you might want to include a safety school or two.
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Re: profile eval - 700 GMAT, 3.1 GPA, 5yrs exp at matric
05 Nov 2013, 19:34
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