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# Trying to figure out where I stand

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Trying to figure out where I stand [#permalink]

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28 Jun 2011, 20:49
I just took the GMAT for the first time and would love some opinions on my profile. I have an undergrad GPA of 2.75, a 680 on the GMAT, 3 years of relevant work experience, and, in my opinion, strong intangibles (good recommendations, a strong "story"). I'm interested in small business/entrepreneurial programs and have been looking at the following schools so far:

Schulich (York U)
Rotman (U of Toronto)
Haas
Anderson
Kellogg

The two questions that I would love to hear peoples opinions on are:

1. What are my chances of getting into either of the Toronto schools right now?
2. Clearly the US schools are a reach at this point. What do you think I would need to raise my GMAT to in order to have a serious chance at these schools?

Any advice/words of wisdom you guys have is much appreciated.

Thanks!

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Re: Trying to figure out where I stand [#permalink]

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28 Jun 2011, 21:12
I stumbled over this tool today. It supposedly gives you a ballpark of where you would stand with various schools based on you quantitative and qualitative data. I took it and it seemed fairly reasonable to me. Obviously, don't put too much stock into it, but it can be a good starting point to help you answer those questions.

http://www.vocaz.com/ClientInfo/Chances ... n27985.htm

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Re: Trying to figure out where I stand [#permalink]

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28 Jun 2011, 22:51

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28 Jun 2011, 23:25
Interesting link rpratt620, but I find the whole methodology is a little bit dubious

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29 Jun 2011, 13:12
rpratt620 wrote:
I stumbled over this tool today. It supposedly gives you a ballpark of where you would stand with various schools based on you quantitative and qualitative data. I took it and it seemed fairly reasonable to me. Obviously, don't put too much stock into it, but it can be a good starting point to help you answer those questions.

rpratt620, thanks for the link, it looks interesting. I haven't had a chance to go through the whole thing yet, but will try to tonight. Does anyone else have any thoughts?

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Re: Trying to figure out where I stand [#permalink]

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30 Jun 2011, 12:21
No points for minority status in that metric? How was that overlooked?

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Re: Trying to figure out where I stand   [#permalink] 30 Jun 2011, 12:21
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