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Profile Eval - 720 GMAT, US Female

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New post 07 Jan 2018, 18:47
Hello,
Have you already applied, given that many R2 deadlines have passed? It's still tough to assess without knowing a lot more about you (undergrad grades/major/school/leadership; community involvement; specific professional accomplishments; career goals, etc). Being a female with solid GMAT and management experience is a good start; having a slightly less common retail-focused background can be memorable, but also means it's important to be able to articulate your story well with regard to your need for the MBA and your post-MBA goals. It does look like you've got quite an ambitious school list. Keep in mind if you look at the acceptance rates for HBS and GSB... they are going to be a reach for just about everyone. But a lot can also come down to how you tell your story, what your recommenders have to say about you, etc. Fingers crossed for you!
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