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Suitability for the MiF program

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Location: Sri Lanka
Schools: LBS MIF '18 (II)
GMAT 1: 610 Q44 V43
GPA: 3.4
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New post 22 Apr 2016, 18:55
Hi everyone!

I was looking through the Finance programs of the top business schools in London and came across the MiF program of LBS.

While it clearly is one of the best MiF programs in the world (if not the best), I'd like to know how tough the full-time program would be. I finished the CFA Level II exams last year, and will be appearing for the Level III exams in June this year, while the CFA program is tough, I'm able to cope with the content of its syllabus, even though I have a full-time job as well.

Therefore, when compared to CFA, is the MiF program comparatively easier, moderately easier, at the same level, moderately tougher or extremely tougher?

Also, I've put down a summary of my profile, I'd really appreciate it if someone could let me know whether I have a decent chance of getting in for the full-time MiF program;

- Passed CFA Level I and II on the first attempt, sitting for Level III exams in June this year;
- Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK);
- Associate Chartered Accountant;
- 2.5 years of Big 4 audit experience in a country outside my home country, and 3.5 years (as of date) as part of the Bank Supervision Department of my country's financial & economic regulator.

Thanks a ton in advance for the help!

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New post 22 Apr 2016, 20:54
Forgot to mention something, I haven't done the GMAT because I'm hoping that my CFA results will make me eligible for a GMAT waiver.

Also, I'm 25 years old

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