MIT MFin, Chicago Financial Maths, Stanford Financial Maths, Columbia Maths of Finance

Sandy D's picture
Rank: Chimp | 15

Hi guys,

I'm now considering applying for these four schools for the next year and here is my background:

Graduated from a top 35 university with GPA 3.9. Majored in Financial Economics and minored in Maths. Studied at Oxford for one term as a visiting student. One summer internship in a small Asset Management firm in NYC. No GRE/gmat score yet. I think the quantitative part would be fine but I' not sure about the verbal part.

I would like to know if I have any chances to get into one of these.

Thanks a lot :)

Comments (3)

Feb 3, 2014

I think you need a GRE/gmat score first. School is fine, GPA is great. You have some work experience, so nice. I would say all the schools are within range assuming your GRE/GMAT score is on par.

Feb 4, 2014

TNA, thanks a lot :)

Feb 4, 2014