I am current studying International Relations at a high level university doing a masters degree. I am seriously looking at traditional consulting or banking as a career option. Therefore I was considering an MBA as the next step after I finish my current degree.
I was wondering what is the most important aspects of an MBA applicants package for top programs? Is it undergrad grades, GMAT, SOP, work experience?
From what I've understood it's work experience and GMAT scores? Am I right in assuming this?
My undergrad GPA was only a hair less then 3.5. However, for the GMAT I'm worried about the Quant aspects as I'm terrible at math.
Do I still stand a good chance for a top 20 program?
Just throwing this out there!
Thank you in advance for your opinions!
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