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Profile evaluation - LBS MFA, Imperial, HEC, St Gallen

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Joined: 23 Mar 2017
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Location: Poland
Concentration: Finance, Leadership
GMAT 1: 720 Q47 V42
GPA: 3.8
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New post 28 Sep 2018, 06:59
Hi!

I'm a fresh undergrad planning to apply to Master in Finance programs this year.

About me:
Polish Male, 21
GMAT: 720 (Q47,V42, IR 8, AWA 5.0)
Undergraduate Qualification: Finance and Accounting (GPA 3.8/4) from top polish university of economics
Work experience: 5 months internship in deal advisory, valuations department in Big4 firm and still interning
Extra activities:
- runner up in a few student competitions (mostly national level)
- author of 2 scientific articles
- active participation in student organizations i.e. doing projects, organizing conferences etc. (finance and economics related)

My target programs:
- LBS MFA
- HEC MIF
- Imperial MIF
- St Gallen

My concern is whether should I retake the GMAT to get higher quant score. Verbal score is in line with my mock exams (39-44), while quant is 2-3 point lower than my mocks (which were mostly 49 or 50).
So, should I take a month or so to retake GMAT and then apply in December/January in round 2 or should I apply with this result in round 1 - that is around October/November for most schools?

How does my profile stack up against these programs?
Your expert evaluation would be highly appreciated!

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New post 30 Sep 2018, 14:28
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You have a good profile. No need to retake the GMAT. Great GPA, 720 GMAT is strong, you have some work experience. I'd say you have above average odds at all of those schools.
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New post 01 Oct 2018, 06:09
Above average seems encouraging.

Many thanks MSFHQ for looking into my profile!
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