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Joined: 20 Mar 2020
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Location: United States
GMAT 1: 710 Q44 V42
GMAT 2: 740 Q51 V40
GMAT 3: 760 Q49 V45
WE: Supply Chain Management (Energy and Utilities)
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Originally posted by texas101 on 01 Apr 2020, 15:30.
Last edited by texas101 on 16 Apr 2020, 06:29, edited 2 times in total.
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New post 06 Apr 2020, 20:10
Hi texas101!

Thanks for reaching out. Sounds like you've got strong work experience with exposure to different functions and multiple promotions. The strong GPA and student leadership in college are excellent.

I would give the test another shot, and would keep another score even if the overall drops but your Quant goes up. You could also take something online like MBA Math so show you recognize that as a weakness in your profile.

But your overall score is solid. I would target schools like Fuqua, Tuck, Darden, McCombs (if you're interested in staying in Texas especially), and maybe Tepper and Ross (which are good for supply chain). You could also look at USC or UNC to provide some safer options. I have seen other applicants with similar stats be successful at these schools, so I think it's possible! Especially if you network/demonstrate your interest.

Hope that helps and keep us posted if you have further questions or would like to sign up for a more in-depth phone consultation.

texas101 wrote:

I’m currently working for an American oil and gas major. I’ve worked predominantly in the business (rather than engineering) for five years. Ive been in variety of roles ranging from commercial customer facing sales and marketing, to supply chain. Been promoted three times.

Education: 3.44 GPA from a small private school. I was heavily involved in extracurricular activities such as being our student body pres, resident assistant, etc.

I do not have any quant heavy courses in college having taking ap courses to cover in high school.

I am still involved within my alumni community and the Houston community as well.

I scored an uneven 710, q44 v44.

As it stands, what caliber of school would be worth while to apply to? I have studied extensively for the gmat and am starting to feel like raising my quant may be unrealistic.

Going to take a shot again at the test, but if things don’t improve what schools would you recommend focusing on based on the low quant percentile, but overall relatively high score. I feel like most schools will be apprehensive regarding my split.

Looking to pursue supply chain and operations consulting.


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