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Is it possible?

NeilKumar03NeilKumar03 Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
edited May 2008 in Business Major
Okay so i am a senior in HS right now with a 3.3 GPA and 2000 + Sat score and amazing ECS

However due to circumstances i have already applied to RU and most prob am going to attend RU.

I really want to do Finance and Marketing/ Accounting

Is there a way for me to work for the BIG 4 like GS, JPM?

How do i increase my chances for working in a firm like those?

I mean i am doing most prob undergrad at Rutgers but am confused what to do after?
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Replies to: Is it possible?

  • DaNDHSIrishGuyDaNDHSIrishGuy Registered User Posts: 197 Junior Member
    Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan are BB investment banks, which are almost impossible to get in from anywhere. Although, Big 4 accounting firms are pretty easy to get an interview from, if you have a decent GPA. From what I understand, Rutgers has a great Acc program...
  • ifailedcalculusifailedcalculus Registered User Posts: 180 Junior Member
    The Big 4 are Deloitte, Pricewaterhousecoopers, KPMG and Ernst & Young...like irishguy said GS and JPM and MS are investment banks. You need stellar grades and internships to get in the i-banks
  • NeilKumar03NeilKumar03 Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
    Correction GPA 3.6 *
  • denneykdenneyk Registered User Posts: 290 Junior Member
    they don't look at HS gpa i'm pretty sure
  • DawgieDawgie Registered User Posts: 1,576 Senior Member
    Neil they don't care about HS GPA. I have heard that IBanks look at SAT scores though.
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