Posted by - iamblue91 - on 13 April 2015 - 5:10am
I am currently looking at Imperial College (Applied) and Warwick with Strathclyde, Manchester, or Cranfield as a third application. I looked at LSE, but given I need to write the GRE or GMAT for it.
I am currently on the fence about applying for LBS, but am unsure about my competitiveness or fit with programme.
GPA: 3.7/4.33 from UBC (Honours - Non Thesis - Political Science)
Extracurricular Activities: Model United Nations (I have been the main organizer, Chief of Staff, and Chair at local and international conferences including a conference attended by over 3000 people); Student Clubs (esp. event organizing); student government; Baseball Umpire (was nationally certified).
Languages: English (Fluent) French (currently B1)
Grew up in a household with a parent who was a Senior Executive in an international natural resource company.
I currently work in the President's office at a regional university.
Any insight would be fantastic! Thanks!
Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 13 April 2015 - 10:42am
it is difficult to say right now. My intution is that you have your chances for LBS, but you should first do the GMAT - idally a GMAT of 650 or more.
Also, I recommend you to read my MIM eBook. It will teach you the fundamental knowledge about Masters in Management (MIM) and also provides you with a methodology how to identify quality programs, compare programs, and finally identify programs that fit your profile.
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