So I am studying for the GMAT right now and have gotten the materials I believe I will need to crush it. I am curious as to what you guys consider realistic for schools considering my background.
I went to a state school (top 90) partied a lot first two years got awful grades then finally put the pedal to the medal but ended up short of a 3 point overall for my undergrad. I also graduated as a non finance major. My background includes two years at a HQ of large mortgage company and a year of investment sales in CRE.
I am slowly realizing I want to be on the buy side instead of the sell side. Assuming I get a 720+ on the GMAT is top 10 realistic or even top 25? Just looking for honesty here.
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