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New post 29 Jun 2009, 20:03
HBS and Wharton are going to be stretches, but not completely out of reach - go for it. You should be competitive for the other schools you mentioned. You are certainly younger, but not that much younger, especially as schools are looking to go a bit younger (and schools like HBS are going a lot younger). As cliche as it sounds, a lot of it comes down to your essays, rec letters and interview.
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