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Schools: Stern, Haas, Princeton, LSE, Judge, HEC
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Profile Evaluation Request :) [#permalink] New post 01 Aug 2011, 04:11
Please help me evaluate my profile for chances of getting into MSc Finance/ Accounting and Finance/ Econ & Finance at LSE, Warwick, Cambridge, Cass, Imperial:

Nationality: German, 23 years old, fluent in English and German

Integrated "double-bachelor-degree" with two bachelor degrees (studied 2 years in Germany, 2 years in the US)
- highly ranked German program with 1.2 (1 being highest)
- solid Finance Program in the US with GPA of 3.97

Work Experience through internships:
- Strategic Marketing Consulting Firm in Germany (3 months)
- Audit Financial Services in a Big4 Firm in Germany (4 months)
- Analyst Intern in a Venture Debt Firm in the Silicon Valley (6 months)
- Analyst Intern in a small, but renown PE Firm in Germany (4.5 months)

Scholarships/ Memberships etc.:
- German National Merit Foundation

GMAT:
- have not yet taken it, but will do so in 10 days... have had hardly any time to study and thus don't think I will get a great score... but maybe 680 might be realistic

What do you think about my chances with bachelor degrees from universities that have great programs but are probably not among the best to apply at schools like LSE, with excellent grades and relevant experience??

Any help is highly appreciated!!
Thanks very much!
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Re: Profile Evaluation Request :) [#permalink] New post 13 Aug 2011, 05:56
anyone?? no ideas, recommendation..

profile update: took GMAT yesterday and got 730 (Q48 V42)

Do you think (with info in previous post) LSE, Cambridge realistic? Maybe MSc in Princeton?

Thanks!!
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Re: Profile Evaluation Request :) [#permalink] New post 13 Aug 2011, 17:04
I know very little about (actually, I know nothing) about MSc programs but given your stats, I have to assume that you'll be in the running for any of the schools you mentioned.
Re: Profile Evaluation Request :)   [#permalink] 13 Aug 2011, 17:04
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