I have a few questions. Firstly, I'm applying to MSF programs for this fall and wanted some insight. However, first off, I have a HUGE problem.
My GRE is next week and at the moment I have been getting crappy scores. The most I got was 1030!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm really worried about the exam and was thinking about postponing it. However, I have done this once before and I dont want to miss any deadlines for apps.
What do you guys think? Take the exam and hope for the best or delay another couple of weeks and try harder?
Secondly, any tips for MSF programs? I'm aiming for WUSTL, Duke's MMS, Ivey WO, Queens MSF (Toronto) and Vanderbilt.
I'm also looking at Columbia's new Financial Economics program. Can anyone shed any light on this?
My background is History grad from a top 20 UK university, with a 3.5 GPA. Wanted to become lawyer so did conversion and masters but decided this wasnt for me after beginning work so really looking into IB, M&A or Consulting (primarily because Duke and Ivey place really well in this)
Any help will be appreciated!