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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2011, 05:55
Applying for ISB YLP for this year.... would like to see if anyone else is applying...
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2011, 08:46
Hi,

I took my GMAT recently and scored just 650. I plan to retake it again. However, I have been told by a couple of my friends that I could go ahead and apply with this score. I have 2.8 years of work experience in Intellectual Property in an IT company. However niche IP is, would this be considered as work experience in IT only? I have been a part of several Branding and Communication Activities in my organization. With the niche IP background and some other credentials, would 650 be a good score for me to apply or should I necessarily retake my GMAT?
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Jul 2011, 08:55
Hi snat,
The mid 80% range of GMAT score at ISB is 680-760. So, you need to retake the GMAT whether your work ex will be counted as IT or not. And if it's IT, people say you need 730-740 at least considering it's the standard application pool.
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Jul 2011, 21:36
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 21 Jul 2011, 08:08
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2011, 04:18
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I am strongly considering applying for 2012 intake, however cant make up my mind wrt R1 or R2.... i havent taken GMAT yet... :S thus the dilemma...


Hi reshsald,

When is your GMAT? If you can keep 4-6 weeks aside for essays, that is a good enough time. In that case you can apply in R1. Or if you feel you don't need that much time for essays, even then you can attempt. So basically, try for R1, but do not rush and apply to R1 if you do not feel prepared.

Feel free to call us. We can discuss and assess your position and suggest you a timeline.
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2011, 07:46
Hello Everyone :)

It could of great help to me if any of you could share your views on my profile with respect to ISB.

Personal details:
Name: Mourya Vanama
Nationality: Indian
Age: 24 years

Qualifications:
Master of science in Automotive Engg ( From reputed uni in Sweden)
Grade: (4/5)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engg: From Above average uni in India
Grade:73%, First class with distinction

GMAT: 700 ( Q45 V40)

MBA :
Interested in General management

Geographical preference: USA and INDIA

Passions:
Automotive Engineering

Post MBA goals:

I am clear about my goals. I am confident of articulating them in my essays.

1. My vision is to reduce number of traffic related accidents and deaths in
developing countries such as India.
To decrease the pollution due to the vehicles
3. To improve road traffic discipline
2. I want to be a policy maker. I want to be a mediator between the
Government and the auto industry of India to encourage enforcement and
implementation of laws to achieve the above goal.

Extra curriculars and Achievements:

During Bachelors:

I initiated an international vehicle building project series. This was the first of its kind in the history of 20 years of my university

1. I was responsible for forming the team, managing the team, raising and
handling the funds, marketing of the project, resource management,
logistics etc.´
2. I was the team lead for the project.
3. At the age of 20 I was completely responsible for a project of worth 1.2 million rupees
worth 1.2 million Indian rupees. This was the most expensive student
project in my uni ever.
4. After building the vehicle the team along with the vehicle flew to South Africa for the competition.
5. Only team from the state, and one of the only 5 teams from the country
(India)

During masters (In Sweden):

I was a part of a multicultural team of 22 (members from 9 different nations) to build a class I formula race car. After building the race car we raced in Silverstone F1 Circuit. We were placed 15/125 teams internationally. A superb achievement for the team.

Extra curriculars apart from vehicle building:

1. I was volunteer for organizing inter college fests, blood donation
camps.
2. I was handling the catering department of my student hostel. I was
responsible for quality of food, reduction of food wastage ( which was a
main problem) and reduction of food cost to the students. I was successful
in achieving all my goals in this regards.
3. During masters, I was part of a team to raise funds to fight child
trafficking.
4. I am scout. But unfortunately I misplaced relevant certificates to prove
it.

International Work Exp (2.5 years until June 2012)

1st Job:
Project assistant in R&D center for vehicle and traffic safety. I was working for an European Union project (in the field of occupant safety). My job was to research, analyse and co ordinate with researchers from different countries to achieve the goals. I made a research and wrote a thesis on traffic related accidents. This thesis is the basis for my future goal. I basically researched about the
problems and difficulties in implementing the laws and encouraging people to follow.

2nd Job:
Project Engineer at R&D of Porsche AG, Germany
I am part of a team to identify, analyze and research on the potential problems that an occupant could face during the crash.

This is my profile. I request you to give me a candid response on whether my profile is competitive for ISB.Please shed some light on my application holistically (not only based on my work ex but also based on extra curriculars).

Thank you very much for your time
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2011, 07:02
How does ISB place into IB front office in Bulge brackets such as GS, MS, JPM etc. in London/NY? Any idea on that from anybody who has researched it??
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2011, 23:30
mourya wrote:
Hello Everyone :)

It could of great help to me if any of you could share your views on my profile with respect to ISB.

Personal details:
Name: Mourya Vanama
Nationality: Indian
Age: 24 years

Qualifications:
Master of science in Automotive Engg ( From reputed uni in Sweden)
Grade: (4/5)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engg: From Above average uni in India
Grade:73%, First class with distinction

GMAT: 700 ( Q45 V40)

MBA :
Interested in General management

Geographical preference: USA and INDIA

Passions:
Automotive Engineering

Post MBA goals:

I am clear about my goals. I am confident of articulating them in my essays.

1. My vision is to reduce number of traffic related accidents and deaths in
developing countries such as India.
To decrease the pollution due to the vehicles
3. To improve road traffic discipline
2. I want to be a policy maker. I want to be a mediator between the
Government and the auto industry of India to encourage enforcement and
implementation of laws to achieve the above goal.

Extra curriculars and Achievements:

During Bachelors:

I initiated an international vehicle building project series. This was the first of its kind in the history of 20 years of my university

1. I was responsible for forming the team, managing the team, raising and
handling the funds, marketing of the project, resource management,
logistics etc.´
2. I was the team lead for the project.
3. At the age of 20 I was completely responsible for a project of worth 1.2 million rupees
worth 1.2 million Indian rupees. This was the most expensive student
project in my uni ever.
4. After building the vehicle the team along with the vehicle flew to South Africa for the competition.
5. Only team from the state, and one of the only 5 teams from the country
(India)

During masters (In Sweden):

I was a part of a multicultural team of 22 (members from 9 different nations) to build a class I formula race car. After building the race car we raced in Silverstone F1 Circuit. We were placed 15/125 teams internationally. A superb achievement for the team.

Extra curriculars apart from vehicle building:

1. I was volunteer for organizing inter college fests, blood donation
camps.
2. I was handling the catering department of my student hostel. I was
responsible for quality of food, reduction of food wastage ( which was a
main problem) and reduction of food cost to the students. I was successful
in achieving all my goals in this regards.
3. During masters, I was part of a team to raise funds to fight child
trafficking.
4. I am scout. But unfortunately I misplaced relevant certificates to prove
it.

International Work Exp (2.5 years until June 2012)

1st Job:
Project assistant in R&D center for vehicle and traffic safety. I was working for an European Union project (in the field of occupant safety). My job was to research, analyse and co ordinate with researchers from different countries to achieve the goals. I made a research and wrote a thesis on traffic related accidents. This thesis is the basis for my future goal. I basically researched about the
problems and difficulties in implementing the laws and encouraging people to follow.

2nd Job:
Project Engineer at R&D of Porsche AG, Germany
I am part of a team to identify, analyze and research on the potential problems that an occupant could face during the crash.

This is my profile. I request you to give me a candid response on whether my profile is competitive for ISB.Please shed some light on my application holistically (not only based on my work ex but also based on extra curriculars).

Thank you very much for your time


Hi Mourya,

Here's a brief evaluation:

Career goals: Your vision is good to hear. At some level a connection can be made to your skills and experience. It'll all depend how well you make a coherent story in your essays by connecting it with the skills you have, what you will get from an MBA to what you actually intend to do post MBA rather than just stating your vision.

Academics: A not so strong area. GMAT 700 is less than ISB's average but not a concern... well average means just that... average. What does grade 4/5 mean in terms of rank/percentile? You can compensate for average acads by showing analytical skills in other areas for which I see a lot of scope in your profile.

Extra-currrics: Excellent. Not many people can show that kind of involvement and exposure. But please make sure that you highlight your role and impact effectively. Just saying that you managed the team is not enough... specify what was your role.

Work-ex: Good. Need more meat on leadership and some specifics on job role and achievements.

Overall, you have a good profile. The effectiveness of your profile cannot be displayed objectively, so you need to craft your essays very well so as to show the impact you've had in your work since undergrad. All the activities must connect to a common skill and form a coherent story.
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 31 Jul 2011, 23:33
Anasthaesium wrote:
How does ISB place into IB front office in Bulge brackets such as GS, MS, JPM etc. in London/NY? Any idea on that from anybody who has researched it??


Hi Anasthaesium,

Traditionally, IB firms have a PPO model of recruitment. So a lot depends on the internship, that ISB, due to its one year course, does not have. So it's difficult for career switchers to move to IB. But GS, MS, JPM, DB, etc do recruit from ISB and people with similar background do manage to get in in their India/London office.
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 05 Aug 2011, 21:43
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mourya wrote:
Hello Everyone :)

It could of great help to me if any of you could share your views on my profile with respect to ISB.

Personal details:
Name: Mourya Vanama
Nationality: Indian
Age: 24 years

Qualifications:
Master of science in Automotive Engg ( From reputed uni in Sweden)
Grade: (4/5)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engg: From Above average uni in India
Grade:73%, First class with distinction

GMAT: 700 ( Q45 V40)

MBA :
Interested in General management

Geographical preference: USA and INDIA

Passions:
Automotive Engineering

Post MBA goals:

I am clear about my goals. I am confident of articulating them in my essays.

1. My vision is to reduce number of traffic related accidents and deaths in
developing countries such as India.
To decrease the pollution due to the vehicles
3. To improve road traffic discipline
2. I want to be a policy maker. I want to be a mediator between the
Government and the auto industry of India to encourage enforcement and
implementation of laws to achieve the above goal.

Extra curriculars and Achievements:

During Bachelors:

I initiated an international vehicle building project series. This was the first of its kind in the history of 20 years of my university

1. I was responsible for forming the team, managing the team, raising and
handling the funds, marketing of the project, resource management,
logistics etc.´
2. I was the team lead for the project.
3. At the age of 20 I was completely responsible for a project of worth 1.2 million rupees
worth 1.2 million Indian rupees. This was the most expensive student
project in my uni ever.
4. After building the vehicle the team along with the vehicle flew to South Africa for the competition.
5. Only team from the state, and one of the only 5 teams from the country
(India)

During masters (In Sweden):

I was a part of a multicultural team of 22 (members from 9 different nations) to build a class I formula race car. After building the race car we raced in Silverstone F1 Circuit. We were placed 15/125 teams internationally. A superb achievement for the team.

Extra curriculars apart from vehicle building:

1. I was volunteer for organizing inter college fests, blood donation
camps.
2. I was handling the catering department of my student hostel. I was
responsible for quality of food, reduction of food wastage ( which was a
main problem) and reduction of food cost to the students. I was successful
in achieving all my goals in this regards.
3. During masters, I was part of a team to raise funds to fight child
trafficking.
4. I am scout. But unfortunately I misplaced relevant certificates to prove
it.

International Work Exp (2.5 years until June 2012)

1st Job:
Project assistant in R&D center for vehicle and traffic safety. I was working for an European Union project (in the field of occupant safety). My job was to research, analyse and co ordinate with researchers from different countries to achieve the goals. I made a research and wrote a thesis on traffic related accidents. This thesis is the basis for my future goal. I basically researched about the
problems and difficulties in implementing the laws and encouraging people to follow.

2nd Job:
Project Engineer at R&D of Porsche AG, Germany
I am part of a team to identify, analyze and research on the potential problems that an occupant could face during the crash.

This is my profile. I request you to give me a candid response on whether my profile is competitive for ISB.Please shed some light on my application holistically (not only based on my work ex but also based on extra curriculars).

Thank you very much for your time


Hi Mourya,

Here's a brief evaluation:

Career goals: Your vision is good to hear. At some level a connection can be made to your skills and experience. It'll all depend how well you make a coherent story in your essays by connecting it with the skills you have, what you will get from an MBA to what you actually intend to do post MBA rather than just stating your vision.

Academics: A not so strong area. GMAT 700 is less than ISB's average but not a concern... well average means just that... average. What does grade 4/5 mean in terms of rank/percentile? You can compensate for average acads by showing analytical skills in other areas for which I see a lot of scope in your profile.

Extra-currrics: Excellent. Not many people can show that kind of involvement and exposure. But please make sure that you highlight your role and impact effectively. Just saying that you managed the team is not enough... specify what was your role.

Work-ex: Good. Need more meat on leadership and some specifics on job role and achievements.

Overall, you have a good profile. The effectiveness of your profile cannot be displayed objectively, so you need to craft your essays very well so as to show the impact you've had in your work since undergrad. All the activities must connect to a common skill and form a coherent story.



Hello Thinkadmit,

Thank you very much for the evaluating my profile and giving me suggestions:).. I will keep your advice in mind. :)
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 06 Aug 2011, 11:20
Can some1 please review my ISB essay? pm me if you are willing to help
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2011, 23:21
Hi All,
Requesting an opinion on my profile. My primary focus is ISB. I am also exploring options at IIMA, IIMB, INSEAD and HKUST.

GMAT score: 700 (Q 46/ V 41) AWS 6.0
Graduation: Mechanical engineering from University of Mysore with an aggregate of 68% passed out in 2001
Indian/ Male:
Work Experience: 9 yrs IT Leading a project with annual revenues of 1 million USD. 3 yrs of overseas experience in the US. I am a Certified Software Project Manager (Equivalent to PMI. Awarded by QAI)

Other Experience:
Involved in managing a small scale industry that was started by my mother to help provide employment to women at our native town. We manufature industrial and domestic cleansing agents, and soaps and detergent.

Was involved as a consultant in interviewing College graduates for the campus recruitment drive of one of the top IT companies in the country.

Was involved as a consultant in administering Pshychometric analysis for top executives of a large IT firm in India.

Extracurriculars:
I am an avid golfer. Play to an Handicap index of 7.9 (for non golfers, Handicap index indicates the proficiency of a golfer. Professional golfers in India play to a handicap index of 2.4 or less). Noteable thing with golf is that I reached HI of 7.9 within 2 yrs of my taking to the game which, according to golfers I have interacted with, is excellent. I am a self taught golfer. I have played on the Golf Channel Amateur tour in the US. Played 5 tournaments.

I have played Cricket at a competitive level (First Division State league for KSCA). Led multiple teams in the past 15 years.

I have been painting with Acrylics and Oils for many years (again a self taught painter. I have developed my own technique and style of painting). I sell some of my work at various forums.

Request feedback on my chances.

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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2011, 07:15
Hey Guys

Had a question about the Goals essay, ISB only asks for short term goals, but is it a good idea to mention a line or 2 about long term goal as well ?

I can think of positives and negatives of both the approaches, so thought would ask other's perspective..

Admission Consultants, please feel free to pitch in ....
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2011, 09:24
Hello people,

I wrote the GMAT today and got a 650, much lower than what I had expected.

My profile is as follows:
Indian Male/24/Mechanical Engineer from VIT, Vellore (2008 passout).
10th- 85%, 12th- 92%, BTech- 7.01 on 10.

I have had decent extra curriculars, with regular accolades in events like debates, quizzes and fest organizing.

I have been working in an international 2-wheeler manufacturing company since July 2008, and hence would be completing almost 4 years by the time of ISB admissions. My job profile has been that of Vehicle Homologation and Technical Regulations, involving interactions with the Indian Ministry and SIAM Technical forums. Being in a manufacturing company, I have had a good mixed experience of working with both the labour class and the technical heads of various automobile companies. I am also a TUV-certified ISO 9001:2008 internal auditor.

I was initially hoping to apply in R1 of ISB admissions, but now am doubtful because of my GMAT score.
My 2 options are:
1. I gamble on my profile and apply in R1.
2. I gamble on a 2nd GMAT attempt (by OCt 20), and hope to boost my score and apply in R2.

Provided I screw up again in my 2nd attempt, I might end up applying in the relatively tougher R2 with a score less than 700.

Kindly give your suggestions. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 30 Aug 2011, 17:15
Hey B-school Applicants,

For a limited time, a group of current MBA students at Ross (including myself) are reviewing application essays in return for a small donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation. If you're interested, find out more info at this other Gmatclub thread: http://gmatclub.com/forum/essay-reviews-from-current-mba-students-119855.html
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Re: Calling All ISB 2011-12 Applicants [#permalink] New post 02 Sep 2011, 06:58
Hello all,

My background is as follows:

I completed my B.E in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University with a First Class in 2010.
Thereafter ive been working with my father and helping him manage his business in Africa(It's a Supermarket).

Now ive got a doubt:
Will this experience be relevant when i apply for an MBA to schools like ISB or any other Business School maybe after a year or so?

On most B-school websites they state that you need to have relevant work-ex. This being my family business, it's relevant to business, but i'm kinda confused whether this will help.

Can someone please shed some light onto this and give me some advice? Would be great.
Thanks :)
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Re: ISB 2011-2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2011, 07:08
any interview calls??????? I suppose by now they must have completed the application verification....assuming 5000 applicants (I have no clue about even the approximate number) - they would perhaps invite at least 1500 applicants for interviews? If they start on Oct 15th to start giving out invites, that means they are planning to cover 50 interviews in a day?
Rough estimate tells me that interview invites should have started flowing in, if not now, probably in another 5-6 days...
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Re: ISB 2011-2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2011, 06:53
am I in a wrong thread...this thread seems to be dead...any interview invites guys?
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Re: ISB 2011-2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2011, 20:12
I was wondering the same thing. It seems from the other forum, the interviews are underway. Just checking my emails now and then.
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