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Do I have a chance...

matt199307matt199307 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hello everyone, I just graduated from Indiana University at Bloomington this May, majoring in math and financial economic (double majors), I I really wish to get into a top ten MFE or Master of Financial Mathematics program but I am not sure about my chance due to the lack of leadership and laboratory research experiences. Here's my situation,

Cumulative GPA: 3.51
GRE: 158 on verbal, 168 on math and 4.5 on writing
Did a lot of volunteering throughout my five years at IU
Two internship experiences, one is for the state government, another one is for a mid sized consulting firm


I am currently looking into Stanford, Boston University, CMU and NYU, do I have a chance to at least getting into one of them?

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