Harvard_GS_HBS_KKR

I'll start.

SAT: 1580/1600

ACT: 36/36

LSAT: 177/180

APs: 9x 5/5, 2x 4/5, 1x 3/5

SAT Subjects: Chemistry (800/800), Physics (780/800), Math Levels 1 (800/800), 2 (800/800)

Current Role: Analyst, BB IBD

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"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee
 
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Harvard_GS_HBS_KKR

I'll start.

SAT: 1580/1600

ACT: 36/36

LSAT: 177/180

APs: 9x 5/5, 2x 4/5, 1x 3/5

SAT Subjects: Chemistry (800/800), Physics (780/800), Math Levels 1 (800/800), 2 (800/800)

Current Role: Analyst, BB IBD

Dick: very small

 
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You’re really telling that guy to cope harder? You made an entire thread veiled as some collective information gathering exercise just so you could post your standardized test scores from when you peaked at 17 years old to a public forum filled with absolute strangers. Sorry that those numerous private tutors mommy and daddy paid for all those years didn’t teach you a lick of self esteem

 

the biggest alpha move is to tell your subordinates to explain a concept to you like you’re a golden retriever.

 

Praying this is a troll thread.

This has the same energy as the frat kid who constantly mentions how he's in finance and already makes a ton of money and came out 10k richer during the Game Stop debacle and reiterates the fact he has a girlfriend in every other sentence.

 
financeabc

Standard scores did not exist when I was going to school ( well, closer to being true than anyone here)

The SAT test started in 1926. Are you over 100 years old?

"If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." - Bruce Lee
 
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financeabc

Standard scores did not exist when I was going to school ( well, closer to being true than anyone here)

The SAT test started in 1926. Are you over 100 years old?

Haha, closer to it than anyone here by a lot

 

SAT: 2380/ 2400

ACT: 35/36

AP: 3x 5s

Can't remember subjects. I graduated high school in 2014 and only remember this because I had a 3.8 GPA and got rejected from every school I wanted to go to. Went to a super non target. Still doing fine in life.

β€œThe three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary.” - Nassim Taleb
 

My HS was very competitive, so even with a 3.8 I was only in the top 50% of my class. FWIW my older sister got a 4.45 GPA and younger sister got a 4.6 GPA. So by comparison, 3.8 was low. ECs were basically none- I didn't even know it was a thing that mattered. Just lack of drive to figure out how to get into a great school and immaturity at the time. I probably could have gone to a better school, or gone to a community college and transferred to a better school if I had more foresight.Β 

I met my (now) wife in college though, so I wouldn't trade that experience for prestige of school.

β€œThe three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary.” - Nassim Taleb
 

I got a 14/12 on my gmat writing. Received a personalized letter telling me how good it was with an all-you-can-eat gift card to Applebees

 

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