Would you be so Kind to give me a brief evaluation of my information/profile?
I'm targeting MSA/MAcc or MBA-emphasis in Accounting programs but mainly for MSA-s
Schools I'm targeting:
Olin, (Washington U. in Saint Louis)
Carroll (Boston College)
Mendoza (Notre Dame)
What do you guys think about, what are the chances I have to get into the above school(s)?
This is just one man's opinion, but presently speaking, I believe you have zero chance in securing an MBA admission from Tuck, Booth, Kellogg, or Wharton. In fact, any reputable MBA admission is going to be super tough because of the value placed on work experience. Olin has a Young Leaders program (0 WE) where I think the averages are somewhere around 3.7/730, but I wouldn't recommend a MBA at this point your life. You have no work experience to use as a backdrop for learning or adding to the discussion. In the long run, you'll be far better off getting a MSA, going Big 4 for 3 years, and then applying to top MBA programs. A MBA is one of the few great career reset buttons available, why burn it before you've even really started?
With a decent GMAT score and your GPA, you should have a shot at any MSA program in the country. Don't over pay for a MSA, any good program will get you into Big 4. If you're in Illinois now, look at UIUC.
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