Any advice on someone who barely squeaked thru undergrad gpa was 2.5 Yea I know it’s terrible but I underachieved to say the least. I’m 35 now and accomplished quite a lot in finance but looking at creating a path to becoming a fund manager. Already have my CFA and FINRA licenses but a MBA would look great too for my company. Any insight into “brand” of the school I choose or if more prestigious schools will even give me a 2nd look considering my terrible gpa? Thanks ahead
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