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# Profile Evaluation - 710/Graduate/3Y WE

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Joined: 13 Nov 2011
Posts: 10

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13 Nov 2011, 01:58
Hi,

1) Work Ex: 3 years as a senior analyst at a financial research department of a famous US hedge fund. Age: 24
2) GMAT: 710 (Q: 50, V: 37) AWA: 5.5 (first attempt)
Major: Econometrics and Finance
GPA: 3.9
Major: Econometrics and Finance
GPA: 4.0
4) During College: Member of Environment Club & Senior Editor at the Department
Post College: Participated in many CSR events at my workplace
5) None
6) Either MS Finance or MBA with a finance concentration/specialization
7) Join a hedge fund

P.S.: If you suggest any two year MBA (Fin) programs, I would also like to know my chances of receiving scholarship/fellowship as that is a very important factor for me.

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Joined: 23 Dec 2010
Posts: 668

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04 Dec 2011, 13:26
soko wrote:
Hi,

1) Work Ex: 3 years as a senior analyst at a financial research department of a famous US hedge fund. Age: 24
2) GMAT: 710 (Q: 50, V: 37) AWA: 5.5 (first attempt)
Major: Econometrics and Finance
GPA: 3.9
Major: Econometrics and Finance
GPA: 4.0
4) During College: Member of Environment Club & Senior Editor at the Department
Post College: Participated in many CSR events at my workplace
5) None
6) Either MS Finance or MBA with a finance concentration/specialization
7) Join a hedge fund

P.S.: If you suggest any two year MBA (Fin) programs, I would also like to know my chances of receiving scholarship/fellowship as that is a very important factor for me.

Your stats are good, though you may be a little on the young side for the MBA still. If you feel that you must go back to school now, then you will likely be more successful in MSc in Finance programs (LBS, HEC Paris, Oxford, IE, etc.) but I do believe you stand a chance at MBA programs as well. The "issue" with your MBA applications is a seeming lack of leadership undergrad and now in your CSR work, so if that leadership is present, by all means highlight it for the MBA programs.
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