According to your profile HBS & Wharton might be bit ambitious. Kellogg & Columbia sounds good. You can also target Booth, Tuck, NYU-Stern & MIT-Sloan. You can also try your chances in b-schools by clicking http://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool
As, you’ve been accepted in Darden & Haas, I am sure you must have work hard on essays & interviews. Similarly, you need to work harder on application essays & interviews for the above mentioned schools.
Feel free to post any of your concerns you might have.
NehaGiving KUDOS is a decent way of saying thanks!!
Sorry, actually just found this site so this is my first post, would really appreciate any evaluation and a bolstering (deflating) of confidence.
GRE: 169V (99%) 163Q (88%) AWA 5.0 (92%)
GPA: 3.63 in liberal arts major from a "public ivy" level undergrad (Michigan/Berkley/UVA)
3 years (upon matric) as financial analyst at a nationwide name brand REIT with promotion and significant escalation in responsibilities and definitive accomplishments and leadership (intentionally vague on this one, sorry)
Involved fairly significantly volunteering with one organization since graduation
Not very involved in extracurriculars in college but leadership positions in the minimal stuff I was involved in
Very solid recommendations from immediate supervisor and a high level officer in the company very familiar with my work product
Very compelling essay topics/well-written essays
Accepted R1 at Darden and Haas so I assume no glaring issues with my application
Applying to HBS, Wharton, Kellogg and Columbia R2, would be curious to hear an evaluation of my chances. Thanks!
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