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Joined: 08 Dec 2010
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08 Dec 2010, 11:51
Undergrad: Math, Finance, Econ @ small liberal arts college
GPA: 3.98/4.00
GMAT:680 (V36,Q47,AWA5.5)
Age: 27

Work Experience: Healthcare Actuary for one of the Big 4; Plan to return post-MBA

Extra Curriculars in School: Tons- Student government, local and national club leadership, school leadership programs, sorority, community service

Current Extra Curriculars: National Director of a not-for-profit; Active in Church leadership, Numerous firm leadership initiatives, bunch of volunteering, marathon/triathlon competitor

Top Schools: Kellogg and Booth

Thoughts? Do I stand a chance at either of these? Is my GMAT too low? I only took it once and didn't have time to prepare, so I'm sure I could score higher if need be.

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Joined: 01 Nov 2010
Posts: 82

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18 Dec 2010, 16:56
MathGuy wrote:
Undergrad: Math, Finance, Econ @ small liberal arts college
GPA: 3.98/4.00
GMAT:680 (V36,Q47,AWA5.5)
Age: 27

Work Experience: Healthcare Actuary for one of the Big 4; Plan to return post-MBA

Extra Curriculars in School: Tons- Student government, local and national club leadership, school leadership programs, sorority, community service

Current Extra Curriculars: National Director of a not-for-profit; Active in Church leadership, Numerous firm leadership initiatives, bunch of volunteering, marathon/triathlon competitor

Top Schools: Kellogg and Booth

Thoughts? Do I stand a chance at either of these? Is my GMAT too low? I only took it once and didn't have time to prepare, so I'm sure I could score higher if need be.

Your profile is excellent for Kellogg and Booth, except for your GMAT. Retaking it and scoring over 700 would boost your chances significantly.

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# XP: Another Profile Eval

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