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New post 25 Jun 2014, 05:30
Hello everyone,

I would first like to thank you guys for looking and evaluating my profile. These are my statistics below:

1) Transferred from a community college to UC Irvine. 3.4 GPA received from both schools.
2) I have about 8 W's and retook about 6 classes

What are my chances of getting into programs such as:
1) USC
2) Vanderbilt
3) MIT
4) University of Chicago
5) Any school I'm competitive at.........

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New post 25 Jun 2014, 07:47
What about work experience?Extracurricular activities,GRE/GMAT Score?
A detailed information would be helpful

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New post 25 Jun 2014, 12:31
Hello,

Sorry I forgot to put that information. I worked part-time (i worked full-time during the summer) as a teller from US Bank and small credit union for 5 years.

I have not taken the GMAT but I plan on taking it this year and am shooting for the 700 range.

I also double majored in business economics and sociology.

Thank you!

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New post 30 Jun 2014, 18:26
UCIWhizKid27 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I would first like to thank you guys for looking and evaluating my profile. These are my statistics below:

1) Transferred from a community college to UC Irvine. 3.4 GPA received from both schools.
2) I have about 8 W's and retook about 6 classes

What are my chances of getting into programs such as:
1) USC
2) Vanderbilt
3) MIT
4) University of Chicago
5) Any school I'm competitive at.........



The 3.4 is fine. The transcripts might cause some concern. What is your GMAT? Any internships?

IMO, a 3.4 from Irvine will make USC a reach school. MIT, very doubtful. UChicago is a MFE type program and you'd need to have a math or engineering background.


Your GMAT is going to make or break your application. Assuming you get around a 650 there are a bunch of well placing programs you'd be competitive for.
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