Hello everyone. I am a recent 24 year old graduate from Middle Tennessee State University with a liberal studies degree. I have a 3.2 GPA and a GMAT score of 760. My gpa is due to me working full-time during school. I spent 5 years with Dollar General, 4 of which in management. I also spent 4 months with Geico at their regional office in Macon, GA (I briefly moved down there to take care of my ill grandmother.) and 4 months as a relationship representative at a large credit union in the Mid-State area. I'm in the process of getting a job in operations with AllianceBernstein here at their new HQ in Nashville. I plan on working there for a year or 2, then applying for the MSF program at Vanderbilt. I have taken up to Calc 1 and several stats courses (always a B or better), but I have no accounting or finance courses under my belt. What do you think of my chances for admission to the program?
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