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New post 20 Aug 2008, 10:15
Please let me know what i need to work on to get into Harvard, Stanford, Wharton or GBB.

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punchain11,

You will need at least a 700 GMAT score, but based on you age and what little you gave me about your background in your post I would your chances at Harvard and Stanford are very, very small. They are better at Wharton and Chicago, but these would still be long-shot schools for you, even if you have a lot more leadership than you indicated in your post. The chartered accountant background and experience in the Middle East are positives, but the fact that all your community involvement weakens your profile. You may want to wait a few years to increase your GMAT score and go for an executive MBA.

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