Chances- AA 3.55, 168, Good Softs

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MormonChristian

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Re: Chances- AA 3.55, 168, Good Softs

Postby MormonChristian » Tue Jul 03, 2012 3:16 am

Voco90 wrote:Another one of these! I couldn't really find another person with my profile, so I decided to make a new thread (hopefully this helps other people in a similar situation). I'm particularly interested in Stanford, Georgetown, Northwestern, Columbia, Harvard, Vandy, and Cornell.

Your responses will be greatly appreciated!



Some additional info:
-I live in GA
-Economics Major (3.75 GPA in the major); classics and political science minors
-Class President
-President of an honor society
-Member of ODK (NHS)
-Member of the national economics honor society (ODE)
-Member of Mortar Board
-Corporate Intern at a logistics firm for three summers
-Interned in the legal department of a fortune 500 company.
-Member of my school's judicial board

-Last, I attend a T30 liberal arts school in the Northeast.


Thanks!



The world is your oyster. Congratulations!

Voco90

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Re: Chances- AA 3.55, 168, Good Softs

Postby Voco90 » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:40 pm

I've decided to go into the consulting industry for a while, at a top 5 consulting firm. It should be a great experience, and my application -- should I choose to go to law school in two years -- will be much more formidable. Thanks again for all of the insight you guys gave!

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BruceWayne

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Re: Chances- AA 3.55, 168, Good Softs

Postby BruceWayne » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:52 pm

A Black male with a 3.55 and a 168, especially with the new reduced comp cycles, has an EXTREMELY high likelihood of getting into Harvard. Once he finishes his consulting job he'll almost be guaranteed.

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Re: Chances- AA 3.55, 168, Good Softs

Postby PDaddy » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:56 pm

Have fun at your top-3 school. :-)



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