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PROFILE: Canadian/Caucasian Male, 26/27 Education: BA from top Canadian business school GPA: 3.6 GMAT: 720 (94%), Q45 (68%) V44 (97%)
PROFESSIONAL: - 3 years at a relatively unknown asset management firm in buy-side equity research (promoted to more senior role in one of the shortest times in company history) - 3 co-op terms at Big 4 Auditor - 1 co-op term at Large Canadian Retailer
EXTRAS: - President of a Professional Club - Board of directors of a charity helping kids with learning disabilities - Diagnosed with learning disability, Dyslexia - Brother is at HBS (Not sure if this matters)
Career Goal: - Venture Capital with learning technology focus
Re: Thoughts on Profile: 720 GMAT, 3.6, GPA, Learning disability [#permalink]
20 Jan 2014, 02:31
Your profile looks very good for any business school. A GPA of 3.6 in addition to a GMAT score of 720 makes your profile very strong. On top of all this your work experience and extra-curriculars look very good. Admission committees look for leadership roles in your work experience and extra-curriculars and it looks like you've had good leeadership roles in both. That should definitely strengthen your profile. With such a profile, you have a very good chance of getting in any of your target schools. That being said, i suggest you start working on your mba application and essays. You have a lot of time on your side and you should use it wisely. Complete your applications and get them verified by alumni of your target schools. You can go through the following link if you need any help in filling your application: http://www.interviewbay.com/blog/6-comp ... pplication