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02 Jul 2011, 07:05

I'm 24/asian/female.

Undergrad: graduated in 2009 from a top 3 ivy league university. major in economics with honors. (3.6gpa)
Extracurriculars: VP and founding member of an organization to help other women in business; dance team for basketball games

GMAT: 750

Work: a little less than 2 years at a bulge bracket investment bank in coverage banking. left recently to join a heavily-funded startup that is expanding rapidly.
Extracurriculars: junior board of an education nonprofit

Dream schools: Stanford, Harvard, Wharton and Sloan (in that order)

I understand that this is very little information; I would love to chat more over the phone with more details.

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13 Jul 2011, 04:01
mbagirl2015 wrote:

I'm 24/asian/female.

Undergrad: graduated in 2009 from a top 3 ivy league university. major in economics with honors. (3.6gpa)
Extracurriculars: VP and founding member of an organization to help other women in business; dance team for basketball games

GMAT: 750

Work: a little less than 2 years at a bulge bracket investment bank in coverage banking. left recently to join a heavily-funded startup that is expanding rapidly.
Extracurriculars: junior board of an education nonprofit

Dream schools: Stanford, Harvard, Wharton and Sloan (in that order)

I understand that this is very little information; I would love to chat more over the phone with more details.

You are still a bit young, so while Harvard and possibly Stanford may find you "ready," Wharton and Sloan do trend a bit older. You may need to wait a year or two until you can point to real results from your leadership of the startup.
If you would like to speak with me personally, my contact information is below in my signature.
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