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New post 30 Mar 2014, 13:19

I want to apply to Harvard Business School and I am interested in your services. But I would want to ask you: is there real chance for me to be admitted to HBS in the third round.
Here is information about me:
I am from a small post soviet country, but now (from February 2014) I live in the US;
I am not working now;
I am 34 years age;
I have 10 years of work experience from which 5 years in top managerial position in bank;
My GMAT score is 620 Q49,V25 (but this is my third score, first two were 600 and 610).
Education: BS - Applied Mathematics, MS –Law

Thank you in advance
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No I am afraid your profile does not fit the HBS target profile. HBS is particularly tough on older applicants and tends to offer seats to applicants younger than you. They also have the luxury of showing preference towards high GMAT scores. Your score is too far below the mean and is actually even below the 80% range which puts you in a very awkward position where very few candidates are accepted. My guess is less than one percent of applicants with your score are offered admission. Plus the third round is generally regarded as the hardest place to make an impression at all, especially when your profile has weaknesses. We would be happy to explore your profile more deeply on a free diagnostic call. Check our website for instructions on how to reach us.

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