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Profile Evaluation and Planning [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2013, 21:18
Appreciate any thoughts. I will be applying for business school in 2-3 years to begin bschool after 3-4 years of work experience. Curious as to where I stand now, and what I might do over those years to help myself improve my position when I apply.

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22 yrs old
top-20 US university (private)
3.75 (cum laude) in dual major, Physics and Chinese
750 48q 45v GMAT
top 5 management consulting firm
rugby and boxing clubs, other small extracurricular activities

aiming for top-10 bschool. thanks for the help.
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Re: Profile Evaluation and Planning [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2013, 15:23
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You are well on your way for sure with those stats. What you need is some progressively responsible leadership experience and good recommendations. Additionally, I would drill into my passions outside of work and get engaged in my community--get on a board or lead a local effort in some area where you have been involved in the past to show consistency. Also try to do something unusual or extraordinary. Take up an interesting hobby or travel internationally and experience other cultures. While males have a hard time appearing different, since theirs is the largest applicant pool. Try to take an adventure that will make you more memorable and you should be able to go anywhere you want.
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