I'm hoping to start my graduate studies next autumn as I've applied to a number of ms in finance programs in Europe. One program in which I'm very interested in is LSE's MS in Finance. I took my GRE rather later, or in later November and sadly under performed quite a bit (Q158). I'm from a small European nation and GRE test are only available once a month. Next test is in a week and a half but I won't make it (as I had previously planned) as I've had heavy workload at work and therefore haven't studied.
Overall I've almost ruled out applying to LSE as my GRE score is weak and as its January. Nonetheless I would appreciate getting a feedback if someone thinks I would stand a chance if I would apply now.
I've got a Bs in Economics with a GPA 3.76, my math/statistic grades are a bit lower than my average. GRE quantitive 158. I've got great references. I've got almost 5 years of investment banking (non-bulge bracket, sell side research and corporate finance). I've taught a corporate finance class at a university and been a ta at another one. I've also been a workgroup member in a committee for parliament.
Can it be done?