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Affiliations: CFA
Joined: 21 Dec 2008
Posts: 384
Location: United States (NY)
Schools: Columbia - Class of 2013
GMAT 1: 710 Q45 V43
GMAT 2: 760 Q49 V45
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New post 12 Feb 2010, 18:41

Please evaluate my profile:

Nationality: US native, white male
Age: 25, will be 26 by matriculation (will apply this fall)
GMAT:710 (Q44,V42)
Work experience: 2 years
Education: BBA in Finance from an average state school in the midwest region
GPA: 3.7

WE: I work for a fortune 100 diversified financial services company as a financial analyst. I have been promoted in recently and have been working for the two years since my graduation from undergrad in 2008. I have passed levels I and II of the CFA and plan to pass LIII this June.

EC: Significant during college; involved in multiple leadership positions in student government, leadership in college republicans (funded and brought in John Ashcroft, John Stossel, and Ted Nugent as speakers to campus), leadership and smaller rolls in many other organizations. Precinct delegate (elected position, but relatively insignificant) for county GOP. Volunteer at city's art museum. Co-founder/organizer of workplace volunteer program.

Target schools:
Chicago Booth
Columbia Business School ED
NYU Stern

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New post 16 Feb 2010, 11:19
Your profile is competitive for the schools you listed - it really comes down to how well you execute the applications, and you should be able to get into at least one of them. Your work experience is a little skinny compared to others applying to these schools, but that's beyond your control -- apply if you feel you're ready, and the worst case is that you reapply the following year (or the year after depending on your life circumstances).

Alex Chu

Re: Profile evaluation   [#permalink] 16 Feb 2010, 11:19
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