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New post 28 Oct 2017, 23:02
Hello!
Thank you for evaluating my profile.

Female/Asian American/29
GMAT: 690 (Q47 V38 - 2nd attempt)
GPA: 2.8 (University of California)
WE: Mostly brand marketing in consumer products in the entertainment (think Warner Bros., Disney etc) and toy industry (ex: Hasbro, Mattel etc)
Target Schools: Wisconsin Madison, Emory Goizueta, Indiana Kelley, Washington Olin
Post MBA: Brand Marketing for CPG company (P&G, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, etc)
EC: Business Fraternity Alumni Mentor

Knowing that my profile is weak all over, is it worth taking the GMAT again to make up for the low GPA?
Should I target some other schools?

Thanks for your help!

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New post 05 Nov 2017, 17:51
Thanks for sharing your profile. I think you have selected your target programs wisely, although you are a bit low on the GPA you can probably make a play for these schools with your profile as is. What I would say is that to maximize your chances and if you think you can raise your score go for it, but if this is your second attempt there may not be too many more points for you to steal so it is up to you on how much upside you have on the GMAT
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