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Joined: 11 Mar 2012
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13 Mar 2012, 14:10
Could you, please, evaluate my profile.

Age: 27
Gender: Male Ukrainian

GMAT: 650 (Q50/28) AWA 3.5

Education:
MSc. in Applied mathematics (finished 2008)
MSc. in Finance (finished 2009)

GPA:
Applied mathematics: 3.3
Finance: 3.1

Work-Experience:
Total 5.5 years at risk-management teams of Top Ukrainian’s banks. Developing score cards and other credit risk models. I work as a heard of decision science team (5 person) in a credit-risk department for the last 1,5 years ;

Extracurricular:
• Strong interest in using math. models in business environment;
• Strong programming skills (SAS, SQL). Has SAS base programmer certificate (2010).

I am looking for business school with decision-science or risk-management programs.

Questions:
1. AWA 3.5 is appropriate for business school?
2. What schools I should apply? Do I have a chance to be admitted?

Thank you very much for your help.
Regards
Andrey.

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14 Mar 2012, 08:43
Hi Andrey,

Admissions teams may be concerned with your AWA score. If you have an english-speaking position at work or can address this in your application then there are ways to mitigate this. However, if you do decide to take the GMAT again remember that your GMAT score is self-reported on your application, so admissions teams will focus on your highest score.

Regarding which schools to apply to, you should strongly consider what your goals are post-graduation and what your location preferences are. It is difficult to recommend a program with the limited information you had written.

Cheers,

Conrad and the Stacy Blackman Team
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Re: Profile evaluation   [#permalink] 14 Mar 2012, 08:43
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