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Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 06 Sep 2010, 04:03
Hi Linda!

I would appreciate your input!

I'm afraid that because I don't have a quant background and my GPA was only a 3.3 that as an early career applicant, getting into a top b-school would be next to impossible.

Here are my stats:

Female, first generation American, Haitian descent

Undergrad: Howard U
Major: Journalism, Spanish (minor)
GPA: 3.3/Cum Laude

Few quant courses undergrad and I was a B student in the ones I did take (Economics, Algebra, Applied Topics in Math).

Awards/Honors: I was on full tuition scholarship and I received another large scholarship for excellence in journalism. I also have received a handful of awards for journalism/multimedia convergence and one for entrepreneurship.

Work Exp: I have completed 14 internships/fellowships at mostly top companies (InStyle, New York Times, Cosmopolitan) and freelanced while undergrad. I also worked part-time for a big name in entertainment for two years in a pr/mrktg function with a focus in programming and event planning--the position was part of a one-year program but I was asked to return for a second year after being the first to break membership goals since the program's inception. In the position I managed six campus reps.

Extra Currics: I started an online magazine my sophomore year which doubled as an unofficial training program for students interested in new media and magazine journalism and served on the e-board for a few orgs.

Community Involvement: I did two alternative spring break programs in New Orleans and spent a summer volunteering at a media org for at-risk youth but other than that my service has been less formal/event based--walk-a-thons, Thanksgiving meal prep, mentor programs, etc.

Recent Developments: I started a tumblr blog on social media/digital marketing and music. It's very new so I can't claim amazing traffic but I've written a few informal case studies on viral successes and mixtape releases. Not sure if admissions will consider this a hobby or just an extension of my journalism profession.

Test Scores: I am enrolling in a prep course to insure high scores. Also, I have been advised to take the GRE instead of the GMAT due to my journalism background and the fact that many top schools accept them (Thoughts on this in particular would be appreciated)

Right now I am looking at the following schools:

U Penn
MIT
Columbia

And I will apply with the consortium common app to the following:
NYU, Yale, and Dartmouth

I can apply to up to six with consortium so I may add three of the following:
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The University of Texas at Austin
University of Virginia
Washington University in St. Louis
University of Wisconsin-Madison

I think that about covers all the major areas in applications. What do you think are those schools completely out of reach? They are all schools that accept the GRE in lieu of the GMAT but in general what schools do you think I have a shot at? Also, should I explain my GPA in an optional essay? My transcript lists four courses as "Directed Study," two were substitutes for major journalism courses and two were independent study courses I developed. Is this something I should mention?

Thanks in advance
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 07 Sep 2010, 13:04
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Hi Linda!

I would appreciate your input!

I'm afraid that because I don't have a quant background and my GPA was only a 3.3 that as an early career applicant, getting into a top b-school would be next to impossible.

Here are my stats:

Female, first generation American, Haitian descent

Undergrad: Howard U
Major: Journalism, Spanish (minor)
GPA: 3.3/Cum Laude

Few quant courses undergrad and I was a B student in the ones I did take (Economics, Algebra, Applied Topics in Math).

Awards/Honors: I was on full tuition scholarship and I received another large scholarship for excellence in journalism. I also have received a handful of awards for journalism/multimedia convergence and one for entrepreneurship.

Work Exp: I have completed 14 internships/fellowships at mostly top companies (InStyle, New York Times, Cosmopolitan) and freelanced while undergrad. I also worked part-time for a big name in entertainment for two years in a pr/mrktg function with a focus in programming and event planning--the position was part of a one-year program but I was asked to return for a second year after being the first to break membership goals since the program's inception. In the position I managed six campus reps.

Extra Currics: I started an online magazine my sophomore year which doubled as an unofficial training program for students interested in new media and magazine journalism and served on the e-board for a few orgs.

Community Involvement: I did two alternative spring break programs in New Orleans and spent a summer volunteering at a media org for at-risk youth but other than that my service has been less formal/event based--walk-a-thons, Thanksgiving meal prep, mentor programs, etc.

Recent Developments: I started a tumblr blog on social media/digital marketing and music. It's very new so I can't claim amazing traffic but I've written a few informal case studies on viral successes and mixtape releases. Not sure if admissions will consider this a hobby or just an extension of my journalism profession.

Test Scores: I am enrolling in a prep course to insure high scores. Also, I have been advised to take the GRE instead of the GMAT due to my journalism background and the fact that many top schools accept them (Thoughts on this in particular would be appreciated)

Right now I am looking at the following schools:

U Penn
MIT
Columbia

And I will apply with the consortium common app to the following:
NYU, Yale, and Dartmouth

I can apply to up to six with consortium so I may add three of the following:
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The University of Texas at Austin
University of Virginia
Washington University in St. Louis
University of Wisconsin-Madison

I think that about covers all the major areas in applications. What do you think are those schools completely out of reach? They are all schools that accept the GRE in lieu of the GMAT but in general what schools do you think I have a shot at? Also, should I explain my GPA in an optional essay? My transcript lists four courses as "Directed Study," two were substitutes for major journalism courses and two were independent study courses I developed. Is this something I should mention?

Thanks in advance


You're welcome.

You need to develop a quant foundation. Otherwise the schools are going to have major concerns about your ability to succeed in business school. Start taking quant classes. If you haven't taken calculus, take it, and if you need prerequisites before taking it, take the prereqs. (don't take a class you can't do well in.) Take statistics for business. Take accounting. Earning A's in these classes will give the schools confidence that you can do the work and also help you when you start b-school.

Regarding the GRE, if you fear your GMAT, especially the quant, will be low, take the GRE. It will not figure into school averages, but realize that top schools will prefer to see scores that put you at or above the 80% in each section. That number is not cast in concrete, but it is a guideline.

If you earn a competitive GRE/GMAT and A's in quant courses, then you would be competitive at top business schools because your work experience is impressive, but you need to strengthen the academic elements of your profile to be competitive at top programs.

Let's discuss school choice more specifically after you get your test scores and decide whether or not to take these classes.

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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2011, 18:29
Hi Linda!

I wish GMAT Club was registered with an email account I check so I could get alerts about responses =/. Fortunately, other consultants and books echoed your sentiments and I incorporated them into my strategy. I didn't have much time to build an "alternative transcript" but I did take the GRE and hit 80th percentile for my math score. I took the GRE twice and got the same overall score but the subject scores differed. Exam 1: 690Q; 580V Exam 2: 740Q; 520V (I made the mistake of not studying verbal for either exams and it showed, lesson learned! Plus my practice CATs had be scoring 100 pts higher hmm).

These are the schools I decided to apply to:

Consortium:

NYU, Yale, Dartmouth, UTexas Austin, UVA Darden

Non Consortium:

MIT, Columbia, Harvard, Stanford, UPenn

I had to write around 30 essays (ugh) but my readers think they're really well written since I took a magazine journalism narrative approach. Here's hoping my writing chops get me interviews! I also applied for Columbia's Women in Biz event and got selected to attend so I hope they attach that to my app since they did ask if you had already submitted an application. I visited MIT a few times formally with admissions and one of their reps remembers me and my general area of interest (Media/Ent) so hopefully that helps. I made it to a bunch of HBS related events but I doubt admissions knows outside of my class visit but at least I'll have something to bring up if I get an interview.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 14 Feb 2011, 03:14
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Hi Linda!

I wish GMAT Club was registered with an email account I check so I could get alerts about responses =/. Fortunately, other consultants and books echoed your sentiments and I incorporated them into my strategy. I didn't have much time to build an "alternative transcript" but I did take the GRE and hit 80th percentile for my math score. I took the GRE twice and got the same overall score but the subject scores differed. Exam 1: 690Q; 580V Exam 2: 740Q; 520V (I made the mistake of not studying verbal for either exams and it showed, lesson learned! Plus my practice CATs had be scoring 100 pts higher hmm).

These are the schools I decided to apply to:

Consortium:

NYU, Yale, Dartmouth, UTexas Austin, UVA Darden

Non Consortium:

MIT, Columbia, Harvard, Stanford, UPenn

I had to write around 30 essays (ugh) but my readers think they're really well written since I took a magazine journalism narrative approach. Here's hoping my writing chops get me interviews! I also applied for Columbia's Women in Biz event and got selected to attend so I hope they attach that to my app since they did ask if you had already submitted an application. I visited MIT a few times formally with admissions and one of their reps remembers me and my general area of interest (Media/Ent) so hopefully that helps. I made it to a bunch of HBS related events but I doubt admissions knows outside of my class visit but at least I'll have something to bring up if I get an interview.

I hope that your applications this year are fruitful! For now, I'm going to assume that they are; if not, then be in touch again to talk about strategies to move forward. You do have a unique background that I believe the top schools are going to be interested in!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 14 Feb 2011, 14:48
Yes I am using the notifications now! My fingers are crossed but I may end up in the market for Round 3 consulting. Guess I'll just have to wait and see!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 22 Feb 2011, 01:02
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Yes I am using the notifications now! My fingers are crossed but I may end up in the market for Round 3 consulting. Guess I'll just have to wait and see!

Keep us updated!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 24 Feb 2011, 19:34
Interview at Wharton, dinged at HBS and Columbia. And so the waiting game continues.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 25 Feb 2011, 05:33
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Interview at Wharton, dinged at HBS and Columbia. And so the waiting game continues.

The Wharton interview sounds promising. If you were able to show that you have interesting experiences and insights to share with the class, then you have a shot!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 03 Mar 2011, 22:05
I visited Wharton for classes and a tour and then interviewed. Despite tripping down a staircase, my interview went pretty well. My interviewer was casual but said she was impressed with my resume and responded to one of my examples to the behavioral question with "wow." At the end she even suggested a restaurant I should go to. She was very nice and answered all my questions (about 5-6 but half were conversational follow-ups to her responses).

So far I'm dinged HBS, CSB and UT. WL at Yale. Interview at W and MIT. Depending on how everything works out I may have to reapply next year with the help of a consultant. Still too early to tell though, fingers crossed!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 09 Mar 2011, 10:26
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I visited Wharton for classes and a tour and then interviewed. Despite tripping down a staircase, my interview went pretty well. My interviewer was casual but said she was impressed with my resume and responded to one of my examples to the behavioral question with "wow." At the end she even suggested a restaurant I should go to. She was very nice and answered all my questions (about 5-6 but half were conversational follow-ups to her responses).

So far I'm dinged HBS, CSB and UT. WL at Yale. Interview at W and MIT. Depending on how everything works out I may have to reapply next year with the help of a consultant. Still too early to tell though, fingers crossed!

Definitely too early to tell. First, keep up contact with Yale and build a relationship there. Also, don't forget to write a thank you note for the interviews and update them on any significant progress since you applied. I do think a consultant helps a lot - but of course, I'm biased!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2011, 13:28
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KD2010 wrote:
I visited Wharton for classes and a tour and then interviewed. Despite tripping down a staircase, my interview went pretty well. My interviewer was casual but said she was impressed with my resume and responded to one of my examples to the behavioral question with "wow." At the end she even suggested a restaurant I should go to. She was very nice and answered all my questions (about 5-6 but half were conversational follow-ups to her responses).

So far I'm dinged HBS, CSB and UT. WL at Yale. Interview at W and MIT. Depending on how everything works out I may have to reapply next year with the help of a consultant. Still too early to tell though, fingers crossed!

Definitely too early to tell. First, keep up contact with Yale and build a relationship there. Also, don't forget to write a thank you note for the interviews and update them on any significant progress since you applied. I do think a consultant helps a lot - but of course, I'm biased!


I sent thank you's so now it's just hoping I get off the WL! I got dinged from Darden and WL at Wharton but my MIT interview seemed to go well. Guess come June I'll know where I stand when it comes to reapplying =/

Do you think it would help to have graduates or faculty write a letter/petition on your behalf for MIT? I know some schools like that and some don't care for it.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 04 Apr 2011, 04:08
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jenniferbloom wrote:
KD2010 wrote:
I visited Wharton for classes and a tour and then interviewed. Despite tripping down a staircase, my interview went pretty well. My interviewer was casual but said she was impressed with my resume and responded to one of my examples to the behavioral question with "wow." At the end she even suggested a restaurant I should go to. She was very nice and answered all my questions (about 5-6 but half were conversational follow-ups to her responses).

So far I'm dinged HBS, CSB and UT. WL at Yale. Interview at W and MIT. Depending on how everything works out I may have to reapply next year with the help of a consultant. Still too early to tell though, fingers crossed!

Definitely too early to tell. First, keep up contact with Yale and build a relationship there. Also, don't forget to write a thank you note for the interviews and update them on any significant progress since you applied. I do think a consultant helps a lot - but of course, I'm biased!


I sent thank you's so now it's just hoping I get off the WL! I got dinged from Darden and WL at Wharton but my MIT interview seemed to go well. Guess come June I'll know where I stand when it comes to reapplying =/

Do you think it would help to have graduates or faculty write a letter/petition on your behalf for MIT? I know some schools like that and some don't care for it.

Unless the programs specifically say "don't send us anything," then you can still submit new material while you are on the waitlist. Thus, the professor could certainly send a short letter on your behalf to the Yale admissions committee about you and what you contributed to the learning environment. On the other hand, the only reason to submit new material while you are simply waiting for a regular admission decision (ie., the time between when you submitted your application and have heard their decision) is if you have reached a significant milestone or achievement. And even in that case, the email must be short and to the point about the activity, the impact, and in what class or activity on campus you feel this will be especially relevant. Thus, I do not feel that the professor's letter is warranted in the case of MIT unless the professor is world-renowned and will be particularly striking.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 12 Apr 2011, 15:56
Alas, an update!

Turns out I won't have to reapply next year after all. I was admitted to MIT (still on the WL for Yale and W) and will go there in the fall. Thanks for all your help!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 28 Apr 2011, 02:38
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2011, 06:01
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Alas, an update!

Turns out I won't have to reapply next year after all. I was admitted to MIT (still on the WL for Yale and W) and will go there in the fall. Thanks for all your help!


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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 18 Jul 2011, 12:25
Not sure if anyone with a similar profile was following this thread but I got dinged from Yale's WL (I didn't submit updates because I knew I was going to Sloan so no surprise there) and Wharton's Summer WL (w/interview). Sloan gave me a scholarship though so that's awesome.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2011, 06:47
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Not sure if anyone with a similar profile was following this thread but I got dinged from Yale's WL (I didn't submit updates because I knew I was going to Sloan so no surprise there) and Wharton's Summer WL (w/interview). Sloan gave me a scholarship though so that's awesome.

Not only is it awesome but it is also a reminder to all applicants that there is a lot involved in the application process. The best way to hedge all of that is to apply to a diverse range of programs and put your all into each of those applications!
Congratulations on the scholarship and your tenacity in this lengthy process!
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Journalism Early Career Applicant [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 11:39
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KD2010 wrote:
Not sure if anyone with a similar profile was following this thread but I got dinged from Yale's WL (I didn't submit updates because I knew I was going to Sloan so no surprise there) and Wharton's Summer WL (w/interview). Sloan gave me a scholarship though so that's awesome.

Not only is it awesome but it is also a reminder to all applicants that there is a lot involved in the application process. The best way to hedge all of that is to apply to a diverse range of programs and put your all into each of those applications!
Congratulations on the scholarship and your tenacity in this lengthy process!



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