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Profile Evaluation

by chokila123456 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:48 pm
Hello Team,
I just gave my GMAT today and was wondering i should retake it.
I scored 660(48Q 34V), 7 IR.
I am a 26 year old woman US Citizen.
I am currently working at Goldman Sachs for 1.5 years and another before i start school.
As of now, I am leading a project for almost a year now.
Previously I worked with JP Morgan for 2 years.
I have a master's degree in Computer Science and Bachelors in Engineering.
For my extra curricular, I have been mentoring kids for almost 3 years now and i do some community service as time permits.
I want to apply to the top schools such as Wharton,Stanford,Stern,UCLA,CMU.
What are my chances? And should i retake my GMAT?

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by [email protected] » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:38 pm
chokila123456 wrote:Hello Team,
I just gave my GMAT today and was wondering i should retake it.
I scored 660(48Q 34V), 7 IR.
I am a 26 year old woman US Citizen.
I am currently working at Goldman Sachs for 1.5 years and another before i start school.
As of now, I am leading a project for almost a year now.
Previously I worked with JP Morgan for 2 years.
I have a master's degree in Computer Science and Bachelors in Engineering.
For my extra curricular, I have been mentoring kids for almost 3 years now and i do some community service as time permits.
I want to apply to the top schools such as Wharton,Stanford,Stern,UCLA,CMU.
What are my chances? And should i retake my GMAT?
All in all your profile looks good, so that's the good news. The bad news, however, is that you are likely to need a higher GMAT score in order to have a fighting chance for the schools you mentioned, as those are some of the most sought after schools in the world and your profile does not have any very exceptional aspects otherwise. So while I guess this is not the answer you were hoping for, I must suggest that you consider a retake.
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