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14 Apr 2005, 13:27
'm trying to get some advice on my Wharton Game Plan. I think I've missd all deadlines for 2005 to even apply for R3 in Wharton. I'd be applying next year 2006. Wharton is my number one choice . How risky is it to have only one school applied to in next year round 1. I'm applying from the ever ultra competitive Indian pool with a profile of having 9 years in various leadership roles, a GPA of 3.3/4 from a top 10 school , though I've a score above the average of Wharton 780 with 49Q and 51V I'm concerned my Quant score is low for their standards. Would that be a problem? If yes then are there ways I can correct the issue somehow in the 5-6 months Ive left? Ive an engineering degree so it is actually ironic I'm worried about Quant.

What other things are missing from the Wharton Game Plan . Maybe a Wow factor is missing ? Or probably the app looks too average in my pool. ANy advice would be appreciated.

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15 Apr 2005, 12:27
Don't be ridiculus about the Quant score. If you don't get into Wharton I guarantee it has nothing to do with your GMAT. If you talk to Alex Brown -- who's a senior admissions director at Wharton, he'll tell you that Wharton is interested in truly learning about you as a person. What do you want to do in life? What will you contribute to the community? What makes you unique? I'm continually amazed by how many people don't understand that getting into b-school is SO much more than listing your qualifications and stats. That was the whole reason why Scott and I wrote Your MBA Game Plan, in order to hammer that point home. We still have a lot of work to do!
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