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Age Old Question but Hopefully with New Insight! HELP PLEASE

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18 Jul 2010, 06:39
I don't have a definitive answer for you, but i would imagine a 65 percentile rank in the quant section would definitively come up as a concern for an adcom.

Your background in quantitative finance might help offset that, but still, the question would be "if he's so good at quant, why the 65?". If it were in the mid-70s, I would say it doesn't matter, but 65 is quite a bit lower.

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18 Jul 2010, 18:18
Please don't post questions and then later remove / edit out the original question. The point of this website is to have a community where one post can help many people in the future. If you start deleting or editing posts, then the information given only helps you and no one else.
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