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GMAT: Anticipating 680 – 700 (based on practice tests)

Undergrad: 3.4 from a Top 50 State school (ranked 40-50) – finance major

W/E: 5 years at matriculation.
First 8 Months: Commercial Real estate banking
Remainder: Real Estate Private Equity
• Started as analyst, and have been promoted to associate
• Relocated to work with a Senior Partner
• Recently Selected to co-lead expansion into new market

Extracurricular:
Undergrad – member of business fraternity and Vice President of Student Investment Club
Worked approx. 20 hours per week years 1-3

Post Ugrad: Big Brother mentor

Post MBA Goals: Obtain a position with a larger RE PE Fund to learn about different asset classes and new markets. LT Goals – eventually run my own fund.

Schools:
Columbia/NYU/UMich/UCLA/Texas/Cornell/UNC/Emory

Thoughts? Thanks.
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Re: Profile Request [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2010, 19:42
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GMAT: Anticipating 680 – 700 (based on practice tests)

Undergrad: 3.4 from a Top 50 State school (ranked 40-50) – finance major

W/E: 5 years at matriculation.
First 8 Months: Commercial Real estate banking
Remainder: Real Estate Private Equity
• Started as analyst, and have been promoted to associate
• Relocated to work with a Senior Partner
• Recently Selected to co-lead expansion into new market

Extracurricular:
Undergrad – member of business fraternity and Vice President of Student Investment Club
Worked approx. 20 hours per week years 1-3

Post Ugrad: Big Brother mentor

Post MBA Goals: Obtain a position with a larger RE PE Fund to learn about different asset classes and new markets. LT Goals – eventually run my own fund.

Schools:
Columbia/NYU/UMich/UCLA/Texas/Cornell/UNC/Emory

Thoughts? Thanks.



If your GMAT ends up in the 680-700 range, I think you have chosen a good variety of schools, yet schools that are appropriate for your goals. (Note I am not so familiar with Emory's offerings strength in RE/finance.) Good job.

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