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Due to Visa delay, I can't make the pre-term week starting in 12 August in Wharton. The MBA office told me that this week is obligatory to attend. It seems that the solution would be either I won't go to Wharton or it will be delayed for a year. Neither of the solution is acceptable to me. I checked the pre-term schedule and found out that it was mainly getting to know each other, dealing with student life issues such as insurance, bank etc. I would like to ask why is it so important that Wharton rejected a candidate just because I can not attend the first week? Is there anyone who encountered similar issue before? Is there any by-pass solution to it? Is there anyone who I can ask for help in Wharton mba office except the one who told me it was not possible?
I can go to US without a visa but only as a traveler. As a student, it is strictly forbidden. I wonder in this case, can I go there as a traveler for the first week and then return to my own country for student visa?
Hello Team, I am planning on applying to study MBA. Please evaluate my profile based on the following: • Nationality – Indian • Age- 27 • Education- Bachelor’s in Commerce (Accounting and Computers) - 3 Years Course, Percentile- 72%: While in School, I was a School Prefect. I did my post-graduation diploma (PGDM) – Specialization in General Insurance – 65%. • Participated in various dance competition and skits. • Internship- Worked as an Intern in one of the leading insurance company as part of my post-graduation program. Worked with operation team and learnt policy issuance procedures • Also visited TPA with sales team and learnt the procedures. • Profession- Through campus placement, I got placed in one of the leading insurance company in India in 2010 and has been working since then. I worked in multiple departments – Sales, Underwriting, operation and claims departments. • In 2012, through IJP, I got placed in underwriting and handled various regions of North India • Manage the Approval of quotes referred for rates, deviations beyond sales authority. • Training of branch sales team of 10-15 people on various products. • Visiting locations for improvement in both Bottom-line and Top line . Providing guidance to team member’s particularly new location with participation of Branch Heads. • Portfolio analysis and reporting to seniors suggesting current portfolio movement and corrective actions. Analyzing renewals with their claim history and providing rates, excess and corrective actions accordingly to sales team. Analyzed and suggested for improvement required for more efficiency and effectiveness. • Prepared reports like TAT reports, MIS on large accounts, Post loss endorsements, • Endorsements in policies- material and non material change in policy document of retail or corporate customers. • PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS- Within a year of joining underwriting department I have been granted underwriting authority which was later enhanced to a good level. I presently hold underwriting authority for products Fire, Marine, Engineering policies. Awarded SBIG Value based Annual Award under Transparency Category in 2015. Awarded ‘Best Performer’ in Underwriting in Dec-15. An appreciation certificate received from corporate office sales team for good performance and for achieving target in 2011. • Professional Trainings: 1. Marine Underwriting. 2. Claims Handling under Marine 3. Fraudulent claims 4. Engineering policies
• GMAT- my initial score was not good. I am planning to take re- exam by 1st week of jan. • Currently figuring out which B- schools to apply for 2017 batch.
Re: Ask Wharton Admission
09 Dec 2016, 05:52