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Hi I am a civil lawyer with a Master of Laws from Leiden University, Netherlands in Law and Finance. I am from India. My GRE score is 315.

I am interested to do Master of Finance but i don't have a finance working experience and I feel if i try for Master of Finance pre experience I will be very old for the average class size and lose out on jobs. I am currently 28 and hope to apply within few weeks.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

Hi I am a civil lawyer with a Master of Laws from Leiden University, Netherlands in Law and Finance. I am from India. My GRE score is 315.

I am interested to do Master of Finance but i don't have a finance working experience and I feel if i try for Master of Finance pre experience I will be very old for the average class size and lose out on jobs. I am currently 28 and hope to apply within few weeks.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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Duncan

Re-read previous replies to you on this site. Because you don't have prior experience in finance the only MiF only to you will be a pre-experience course. Other things being equal, it's an advantage that you are older and have an LLM.

Re-read previous replies to you on this site. Because you don't have prior experience in finance the only MiF only to you will be a pre-experience course. Other things being equal, it's an advantage that you are older and have an LLM.<div><br></div><div>
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