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New post 12 Jan 2018, 12:06
Nationality: Polish
Age: 25
Undergraduate Qualification: Math (GPA 3.7/4)
Masters Qualification: Math (it is unusual in my country to end higher education with undergraduate degree only)
GMAT: 740 (Q51/V39), but I also have a very low AW score - 3.5
Work experience: 1.5 years (roughly 7 months as an junior analyst in HFT and 7 months as software developer)
Extra: I'm a licensed investment advisor (a designation which hold less than 700 people in my country). I'm also studying for the CFA level 1.
References: From job and academia (I feel pretty uncomfortable with those, as I have an impression that a recommendation letter for each school should be different, so it looks like I can ask a recommenders for only one/two letters - for different schools - as to not to require too much work from them)

I will be applying to LSE, Oxford, St Gallen and IE (and that is my priority list). I will also apply to Booth and Stern's mba, but I will treat them in a lottery ticket way for financial reasons, and I will only consider them if I will be able to get some kind of scholarship
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You should be in good shape at all of them. Very good GMAT and GPA, work experience, EC's. I wouldn't worry about the AWA at all. The overall score is what is really important. Bocconi would give you scholarship money I believe.

The MBA programs, you might get NYU since you'll have more work experience by the time the program starts. Booth is going to be tough.
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