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Help in improving profile. [#permalink] New post 06 May 2012, 23:34
I am Arun, a second year engineering student.I've got few queries.Most of the forums don't help you in building an "A College accept profile".Can you help me out ?

I wish to get a Masters in Financial Engineering from top colleges like Stanford.How do I make my profile a sure accept at top schools.

This is my profile:
Education : 2010- Present Saraswati College of Engineering.Kharghar.Electronics and telecommunication Engineering.
1st semester – results expected.
2nd semester – results expected.
3rd semester – results expected.

2006-2008 -Swami Vivekanand Junior College, Chembur.12th std – 71.33 %
1994-2008-Swami Vivekand high school, Chembur.10th std – 84.13%

Work Experience
Managed a local football club in Mumbai Divisional Football Association (3rd division).
Supported a group of First year Engineering students in Math.
Worked as an Assistant Business Research Analyst at Eswar Software Solutions. (2008-2010) .
I have captained my college football team at national level.Ran marathons,finished em too.Participated in various cyclothons.
I am planning to give GRE in october.I need to improve on my acads.But apart from that, How good is my profile ?
I plan to get involved in community services,aiesec membership,an internship in finance sector,also going to work as a teacher (part time) in a listed coaching class,and be an NLP practitioner.what in addition do I need to do to get a sure accept ?Do i need to do any certificate courses ?
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Re: Help in improving profile. [#permalink] New post 10 May 2012, 21:10
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I'm not sure I follow your question, to be honest. You are asking someone to tell you how to create a good profile? Do you mean how to articulate what you've done, or actually what to do? I think where you might be encountering some difficulty is that most people in this space are focused on the admissions process - namely, how to convey your skills in the context of applications and interviews, as well as how to pick the right programs and so forth. You might be looking for more of a career counselor, which probably exists at your university.

It's possible I am not properly understanding your query, but I'm not sure where to guide you at this point.

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