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  1. I've applied to Risk too, interested in Credit Risk though. Yes, you?
  2. Hey FinLuv,
    What division have you applied to? Nice to meet you
  3. FinLuv
    03-03-2012
    Hey! I actually think your profile is bloody amazing! and yes I got into Finance and Private Equity this year. The only thing I'd advice is to try and get and internship at a top tier bank. I did mine at HSBC and this year will be joining Deutsche. you can add me on facebook if you like and if so then you'll have to give me your id name cuz my security's pretty tight. My name otherwise is Rittika Goswami. Good Luck!
  4. Hey FinLuv!

    I saw you applied for Finance and PE at LSE and was wondering if you were successful?

    I'm looking to apply in 2013-14, but I am unsure of my chances.

    I went/currently finishing my studies at a uni ranked in the top 40 in the UK.
    My uni grade should be 73%+ in BA (Hons) Marketing.
    I'm also one of the Uni's founders for the Investment and trading society and currently sit on the board and am in charge of all Marketing for the society.
    I have a GMAT score of 720.
    I have been trained by and hold a certificate from Reuters, showing that I am able to use their 3000 Xtra platform for trading and data analysis.
    While at Uni I worked as a retail manager 32 hours a week and have saved enough money to pay for the masters myself and require no funding.

    Even though my degree is a BA, half the units for year one and two were stats and required a fair amount of data analysis, these units I got above 82% in all. I'm worried that because I am not from a top tier Uni in the UK and that I am only expected a 73%+ from a BA- it will hinder my chances. Just wondering what your opinion is?

    Hope to hear from you soon,

    Kind Regards,

    Hesp
  5. ohk! thanks a lot! lets c what happens. I am not considering taking a year off as of now. and also I called them up today asking tht I hve applied to both the courses so will it create a prob? but they too wer confused abt it. I am thinking of waiting for the decision instead of changing ma choices. Ill let u knw whtever happens...thanks!!! :-)))
  6. Ankit Agrawal...but ther r many ankit...wait ill give u the link...https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...05&ref=tn_tnmn
    n also I may get a Msc Accounting & finance offer frm Warwick...do u think its worth?
    omg! i chose Msc. Finance as ma second choice...n i just read that v cannot put both these courses as first & second choices :-$
  7. hey thnks a lot for the analysis. I have actually completed Chartered Accountancy (highest qualification for Accounts) with an All India Rank of 29, I have done my B.com from Sydenham College, Mumbai with 88%, I have cleared 5 papers of Actuarial Science(maths relates course), I got 100 % marks in Maths in 12th. my GMAT was 710. But I think ill not get into coz I got rejections from Warwick n Manchester. They need a quant portion in ur undergrad degree. So thts why I m not expecting a positive reply. :-( But I wish i get into...whts ur fb ID? I am not able to search u ther...
  8. I have completed my C.A. n B.Com from Mumbai with 88%. Do u think i will get into? coz i dont hve ni quantitative background as such...
  9. hey...i have also applied to the Msc. Finance & Pvt. equity course. congratulations on gettin into it...my documentation completed on 30th Jan. How long do u think they will tke for givn me the decision?
  10. hi finluv. i applied to the same course as you for lse. have you got anything back from them?

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    Name
    FinLuv
    Where I study
    Mumbai University
    Orientation
    Straoght
    Star Sign
    Pisces
    Grand Wizard

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  • Last Activity 27-07-2013
  • Join Date 02-03-2011

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