Chance me on Master of Science Program at Columbia and Northwestern
I'm looking at Columbia's Masters of Science in Accounting and Fundamental Analysis program and Northwestern's Masters of Science in Management Studies program. I started at Baruch College in 2013 straight out of high school, I ended with a 2.8 - 2.9 GPA after taking 80-90 credits at Baruch. Afterward, I transfer to Pace University with 60 transfer credits. Will be graduating in May 2019 with a finance major and accounting / law minor and a 3.8-3.9 GPA completing 70-80 credits at Pace University. While in school I was on the E-board of one national honor society and some cultural student association.
Work experience listed below
part time teller at Bank of America 2014-2015
part time retail banker at TD Bank for 6 months in 2016
full time Relationship Banker (retail banker licensed with series 6 and 63 to sell investment products) at Chase Bank for 1.5 year
*Confident in getting a GMAT of 680-720 range and will be completing CFA 1
*Expecting to intern for 3 months at Morgan Stanley Prime Brokerage or Evercore Equity Sales as a summer analyst
I believe that I have a great story to tell given that I'm only 22 now. Came from one of the best public high school here in New York, however I hangout with the wrong people. During my Sophomore year at Baruch College, I accidentally did a stock pitch competition hosted by Credit Suisse and won. This was my turning point in life, it was the first time I was exposed to investment banking. Through the competition I got the chance to interview with the bank and met with the managing director, even though I didn't get anything solid out of it.But, I met a lot of great people which inspired me to work to my full potential. I transfer to Pace University one year later, and worked full time while doing full time school. Through my networking, I was finally given a chance to intern at Morgan Stanley or Evercore. I will wake up at 4:30 A.M. every morning to prep for school and investment banking interview questions. Work from 8:00 A.M. - 5:00P.M and then go straight to school from 6:00P.M. - 9:00P.M.
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What's my chance of landing a interview or getting accepted?