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Rhyme's Guide To What To Expect From Recruiting

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New post 12 Apr 2012, 07:45
Hi all,

I posted this in another section but I thought it was relevant here.


I am planning to pursue consulting post-MBA.

Brief #'s:
uGPA is ~3.0 and gGPA is 3.7 (both in biological sciences)
I have built an alternative transcript recently but not stellar (3.44 gGPA, and a uStats course: Aminus)
My GMAT is 720, balanced between V and Q.

Will my uGPA hurt my chances of getting interviews at top consulting firms for intern/FT job?

Thanks
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New post 06 Oct 2015, 16:07
Thanks rhyme! This is really helpful!
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New post 23 Feb 2016, 15:21
Thanks for a great thread : there many useful tips here.

Is there any chance someone saved the pictures mentioned in rhyme 's first post ? The link does not work anymore. It would be much appreciated.
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New post 24 Feb 2016, 01:45
I think anyone who saw those pictures have graduated already ;) There were good times.
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New post 24 Feb 2016, 01:57
Ergenekon wrote:
I think anyone who saw those pictures have graduated already ;) There were good times.


Too bad ;). Thanks Ergenekon !
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New post 08 Oct 2017, 23:55
omg) thanks)
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New post 20 Mar 2018, 12:05
3underscore wrote:
kk.iyer wrote:
Rhyme...as i said last time.....a guide to time management would be a fitting capstone for all these awesome posts.
Seriously man..how do you do it? Is it something that one ends up mastering once in or does one need to be gifted?
Kudos...


I think a guide to time management is really tricky to put together. Somehow everyone finds a method that suits them, and works accordingly (even if that involves writing an assignment in a 1hr lunch before a class at times). I could try and dig out one of my old schedules. For banking, for two weeks, I had something at 7am every day and something until 9pm, with a pretty full day around it. You really have to live through it simply reminding yourself that there is only a couple of really rough weeks, a lot of bad ones, and then some where it all gives in.

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