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Worth a shot? [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2004, 21:03
My stats are 710 and 4.0 UGPA in Engg.
I have good leadership experience at work, good examples of initiatives and lessons learned.
But I havent had much involvement in community activities outside of work. Just things like travelling, scuba diving etc.
I am looking at schools like Chicago and Stern.
Do I stand a chance without any extra curricular activities?
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It will hurt you that you don't have some, but it won't automatically keep you out of your target schools. You want to me sure to demonstrate a willingness to get involved and hopefully some ethics and compassion through your other activities (including your job). Whatever you do, don't rush out and join a bunch of community service programs just to "get involved!" Take your existing activities, and make sure that your passion for them shines through.

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