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New post 26 Jan 2011, 14:30
1) 2 years financial leadership program at Fortune 50 company; 2 years M&A and business development experience in aerospace industry
2) First try - 620; should be able to improve to ~680
3) Demographics - 26 year old male, originally from Pakistan, lived in Europe for 10 years, US work experience. Speak 3 languages fluently.
3) Undergrad - state school, 3.7 GPA, finance major
4) Volunteer work - starting a school in Haiti, co-founder of clothing brand
5) Target schools - LBS, INSEAD, Columbia

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New post 26 Jan 2011, 19:54
GMAT is a little soft, but not too bad, so no worries there. WE is good and seems to be progressively responsible, a plus. International exposure is a real plus and the multi-lingual ability is also going to be impressive. I would say shoot for the 680 and you should have a shot as long as your essays are passionate and compelling towards a vision which makes sense and connects what you have done to what you want to do post MBA. I think you should definitely work in stories about your entrepreneruial efforts, especially to the extent they were impactful or even financially successful.
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New post 05 Feb 2011, 02:16
chips6 wrote:
1) 2 years financial leadership program at Fortune 50 company; 2 years M&A and business development experience in aerospace industry
2) First try - 620; should be able to improve to ~680
3) Demographics - 26 year old male, originally from Pakistan, lived in Europe for 10 years, US work experience. Speak 3 languages fluently.
3) Undergrad - state school, 3.7 GPA, finance major
4) Volunteer work - starting a school in Haiti, co-founder of clothing brand
5) Target schools - LBS, INSEAD, Columbia


If you are targeting these schools with a 620, your GMAT is weak. Moreso when considered with just 2 years of work exp. Definitely retake.

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