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New post 17 Jun 2013, 11:41
Hi there,
Since no one answered your question, I recommend trying this online chances calculator in order to get a general feeling of your admission chances at the programs you mentioned. Good luck!
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New post 18 Jun 2013, 13:06

You have an avg. GPA and a decent GMAT score. The list of your b-schools looks fine and should be within your reach. Try your chances in b-school(s) by clicking

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Hello all,

I would like to see what my MBA admissions chances would be for Fall 2014. Thanks everyone!

Dream schools: (In order)

California State school (top 3)
2.95 GPA (3.4 Major)
GMAT 700 (q47 40) will re-take in 6 months hoping for a 730-750
Member of two business clubs

Grad school:
Top 5 MAcc program (Michigan, UT, USC, BYU)
3.75 GPA Cum Laude
member of three clubs, VP of one club
member of religious club on campus
leader of youth group (religious) off campus

Work Experience
1 year Corporate Banking Analyst (JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America)
2 years Investment Banking Analyst (Piper Jaffray, Jefferies, Houlilhan Lokey)
2 years Private Equity Associate (boutique PE firm)
1 F500 finance internship in undergrad
1 F100 finance internship in undergrad
1 year part-time as CFO of a start up

Under-Represented Minority (Hispanic)
Active in community service (~6 hours a week), frequent missions to Mexico


Undergrad- Top 5 college in India
MBA- Top 15 FT ranking b-school

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New post 19 Jun 2013, 01:46
With a 2.95 undergrad, Stanford, Yale, and Berkley will be stretches for you. (Stanford being much harder than the other two) As a minority you make have a chance with a stellar story and a fantastic application, but they will be tough. (To put things in perspective, I think Stanford took one or two people with less than a 3.0 last year...) But overall your list is good, it has a balance of tougher schools and schools at which you would be competitive. (You might want to add one or two more to it).

It will also depend a bit on your reasons for having such a low GPA during your undergrad. If you have a fantastic story, then maybe the schools will be more forgiving. And it is great that you have that great Masters GPA which will definitely show academic capabilities.

Besides that, I don't really have enough info about your work experience to give you a full evaluation, and if you are interested I'd suggest you fill out our questionnaire here:

Additionally, as a minority applicant coming with good volunteer work (and with minorities) you should definitely definitely look into applying through the consortium:

Hope this helps!

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New post 24 Jun 2013, 02:20
There a lot of good colleges.Try to find out a good institution for doing your mba.Otherwise it has no value and affiliated,your time and money will be wasted.
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New post 15 Jul 2013, 22:47
I don't know about Stanford. However, for the rest of your schools, they are all in the consortium, which you should strongly consider applying through.

I went that route, and also had friends with very similar if not lower stats than yours that are at many of those schools you have listed.

I think the only concern would be, yes the gpa is low, but you have quite a bit of work experience. You may have enough work experience that you might need to answer why not an EMBA or why do you even need a MBA.
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