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New post 18 Jul 2011, 06:32
Hello,

I was wondering what you thought of my chances of getting into Booth, Kellog, or MIT based on my stats:

GMAT- 680
Verbal- 38 (83%)
Math- 45 (74%)

My GMAT story is awful, i was so prepared and averaging 700+ on all my practice exams, but the power in the facility i took the test went out 3 times during the exam, which really threw me off... I am not sure if its worth it to go through the pain to study all over again for another 20 or 30 points...

GPA- 3.4 (Major in Marketing and International Business)
Work Experience- 5 years at a small IT Management Consulting firm where i was the Project Manager/Lead for 2 million dollar+ projects, and got to be very involved in the corporate aspect as well, and last year i started my own consulting company.


Thanks in advance!

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