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Dear Linda,

My GMAT score is 670 (Q49,V33).
My GPA is 3.5. Master in Telecommunications Engineer
I got a natioanl studies grant for the University and serveral award at high school.

I am Spanish and I have worked in Madrid (1,5 years) and now in Paris (2,5 years). I speak Spanish, French, English and Italian.

I would like to join the MBA program at MIT or NYStern.
Do you think I have a real possibility to be accepted?
Should I stress my application in the interantional fact?

Thank you for your answer,
Ginés.

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New post 22 Jul 2004, 13:58
gmayor wrote:
Dear Linda,

My GMAT score is 670 (Q49,V33).
My GPA is 3.5. Master in Telecommunications Engineer
I got a natioanl studies grant for the University and serveral award at high school.

I am Spanish and I have worked in Madrid (1,5 years) and now in Paris (2,5 years). I speak Spanish, French, English and Italian.

I would like to join the MBA program at MIT or NYStern.
Do you think I have a real possibility to be accepted?
Should I stress my application in the interantional fact?

Thank you for your answer,
Ginés.


Gines,

Yes. Assuming your work experience is competitive, I think you have a chance at both schools, particularly NYU. If you can show evidence that your English skills are stronger than indicated by your GMAT verbal score that would really help you.

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