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degree set back

 
#1 degree set back
08/05/2006 15:42

jordan

Hi everyone,

I currently work for Accenture and have done for over 2 years. I am looking to move into another firm to pursue more specialised technical consulting. I have good experience but the only thing is I have have a 2:2 but from a good university. I have straight A's at A-Level. However, most consulting firms specify a 2:1 requirement for a degree.

What can I do?

Pleeeease help.

Cheers

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#2 Re: degree set back
08/05/2006 15:57

Bill

I suspect you will find that having Accenture on your CV is more important than the 2:2 result. Most consultancies looking for technical consultants will be delighted to receive applications from an Accenture candidate, so I would not let this put you off... Bill

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#3 Re: degree set back
08/05/2006 17:06

Jordan

Thanks for your response. At still an early stage of my career, it's difficult to determine the next steps, but anything positive always helps towards that step.

Cheers

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#4 GPA doesnt matter
14/05/2006 16:47

German dude

I ve a 2:2 and had an interview with Accenture and IBM both of which officially require a 2:2 degree but being an experienced consultant (4+ yrs expereience)i had no prob whatsoever with this and in the end got offers from both.

This is my first hand experience.

Bottom: if u ve right experience and right skills, GPA doesnt matter. GPA mostly matter for freshers and greaduate entry routs.

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