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I took the GMAT on Sep 21, 2012 and was pleased to see 740 (Q49, V42) as my final score. Pleased since in all my practice tests (usually not taken in completely appropriate settings), I had not crossed 720 and usually hovered between the 660-700 mark over more than 10 tests I had taken over a period of 2 months (6 MGMAT, 3 Kaplan and 1 GMAT Prep). But I deal very well with pressure and usually it tends to get me working the hardest and at my best. Additionally, I'm keeping in mind that this is from the unofficial score report and I still don't have my AWA and IR scores so keeping my fingers crossed.

Anyhow, the pleasant shock over, the next steps seem fairly daunting so here I am seeking your expert advice.

1) My academic record is average, nothing extraordinary
School: 87.4% in Standard 10th (Top scholarship in Math)
School: 86.4% in Standard 12th (Science)
Grad: 69% Specialization - Marketing (2nd position in Marketing, College from Delhi university, India) - unsure of calculating GPA
Post Grad: CGPA: 6.1/10 Specialization - Marketing (top 10, top 5 MBA schools in India- PGDM degree)

2) Work experience: 6.5 years with a leading Investment Management firm (the world's largest Investment Management firm's presence in India) in Marketing as Assistant Vice President and Head of Advertising, Branding, Relationship Marketing and Digital Marketing (Reporting to Executive Vice President and Head- Marketing and Corporate Strategy). Role: a diverse team of 5 reports to me (all elder to me), I independently handle annual budgets of over 3-4 million USD and have created, planned an implemented marketing programs from scratch worth over 1 million USD on multiple occasions; responsible for development of overall marketing strategy, media planning and buying, mainline advertising & product and corporate branding; driving brand evolution and global brand guideline compliance, liasioning with global marketing teams; developing and implementing multi-media communication strategy in close association with the advertising, media & PR agencies; key member of parent company's India Integration Team, a core team of hand-picked individuals across the entire organization, that drove a large scale rebranding exercise in 2008 - was responsible for all external and internal rebranding/ marketing initiative. Great exposure to global teams, vendors from across the world, travel to various Asia and Europe offices on work. At the age of 28, one the most well exposed and experienced guys in the system with a stellar work experience record (in my mind of course), youngest in my organization at my designation and also the youngest to have a diverse team of 5 reporting directly to me. At the time of admission, will have completed seven years of work experience.

3) Settled well at work with an MBA equivalent degree back in 2004-2006 (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) but need to propel myself to the next level. I don’t think that will happen by continuing to work where I do and I need to push myself hard to get myself to the US where I truly believe the most radical education opportunities are available. Willing to take a 2 year break from job and then I will ideally like to figure out a global level role for myself. I may not want to return to India post MBA as I envision myself to become a global corporate leader of some kind (sounds like a stretch at this time but that's the life goal).

4) Confident of writing good SOPs with clear stories and answers and reasons behind my decisions to study further.

5) Average Extracurriculars:
- Represented school/ college/ MBA college in various sports team- Cricket/ football - school level football at zonal level (below state/ national)
- Represent my organization in its cricket team as Captain, play an active role in annual team selection and some basic coaching, planning the sport calendar, organizing friendly matches and representing the team in various amateur corporate tournaments.
- Play a musical instrument at an amateur level as a keyboardist and have represented school/ college bands at various competitions/ recitals
- Worked closely with a slum dwellers-benefit, under-provided students and spastic society upliftment program while back in school, undertook voluntary social work
- Member of my organization's CSR committee, actively involved in working with NGOs and associating with them- including work with a for-profit group that helps NGOs manage money and understand finances and streamline their business model appropriately.
- Had been teaching my neighbourhood kids to play the keyboard at an amateur level, purely out of interest to teach- not really entrepreneurial as it didn't involve finances, and not even corporate social responsibility so don't know if it adds anything to my profile
- Undertaken some informal voluntary social work in my neighbourhood: teaching underprivileged kids some basic math. More than the teaching itself I could motivate some older kids to pick up basic math and teach the younger ones in their own areas. This wasn't formal and I will really not have any way of proving it, I used to do this in my free time along with the keyboard classes (pre-marriage back in 2009-2010, when I had some free time.
- Informally mentored a couple of our office runners (seriously underprivileged and not highly educated) on the basics of savings and investments as they have worked with me over the past 6 odd years and run a lot of office errands, but are the sole earners in their family - have encouraged them both to start saving and investing appropriately and they have both seen a big difference in their lives due to this.
(Not sure if this is a strong section but I don't think I can add much more to this at this stage in life)

6) Schools I want to apply to?
I'm a Marketing guy in general so I'm going to apply to only the top Marketing schools and that also only in the US as my agenda is to eventually shift base in some manner to the US. I'm probably going to apply to only Harvard, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg and Chicago-Booth. Would be interesting to hear if there are other schools which I could possibly consider but I'm basically aiming for the absolute top tier.

7) Can manage to get good recommendations if I try and beg hard enough
1. Senior guys from parent company (Managing Director from the London Office OR Head- Asia Pacific marketing from the Hong Kong office) OR my India firm’s President and Chief Investment Officer (most likely)
2. Head- Marketing, India for a Top 10 competitor investment management firm
3. Professor of Strategy, who is also Director of Competitiveness Institute, Sloan Affiliate and Member of the Collective. Also an affiliate faculty for Microeconomics of Competitveness at Institute of Strategy and Competitveness, Harvard Business School. However, this is unlikely as I've been out of touch but I'm going to try nevertheless. If not, then one of my professors back at school (whose profiles will definitely not sound as impressive as this guy's profile)
Additionally, Does it make a big difference if the recommendation is from really senior/ well-networked professional whom you may not have direct affiliation with on a daily basis but have regular working experience with/ known in the past, or is it better to get them from someone who you interact on a daily basis such as your immediate supervisor at work (which I want to avoid as I may not like to inform them that this is something I'm planning for)

8). Does applying for Round 2 or 3 make a massive difference?
My plan: Will miss R1 as it seems just around the corner, but can target R2 for December.

9) Others:
I’m married with no kids; Financially average - Even if the 0.01% chance that someone may accept me comes true, I will have to really stretch to see where the funds will come from; No family business background or network or connections to call upon.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 14:07
I'll answer your question about rounds first. Yes, there is a very big difference between Rd 2 & 3 and all the business schools will tell you straight-up to avoid applying to Round 3. Most of the spots are given away in Rd 1 & 2, so the competition is markedly higher in Rd 3. Plus I think the other advantage for you to apply sooner is so that you know the decision sooner. Moving to a new country is a big step and you'll need time to plan and tie up loose ends.

I think your profile is pretty competitive even though you are from an over represented category. 740 is a great score and your grades and work experience sound good. You'll need to work hard on your essays. In terms of schools, you've hit all the top schools and if you think you'd be willing to re-apply next year, I'd go ahead and try for those. But if you absolutely want to go this year, you may want to add in a safety school. You could probably consider all the other top schools, particularly Tuck or Haas, but personally I feel that about 4 or 5 good quality applications is all anyone with a full time job can really get done in 2-3 months.

One thing you haven't mentioned is what type of environment you are seeking. Some of the schools on your list are very different from each other. You may want to consider things like location, alumni strength, professors, atmosphere, etc as part of your criteria on where you apply.

In terms of recommendations, it's always better to get someone who knows your work. In fact, every school has told me that if your current supervisor is not recommending you, you should write something in your optional essay (and you'll see this in some of the question prompts as well.) Schools certainly understand why not everyone can get their current supervisor and don't view it as a bad thing, but you'll probably need to explain it if you can't.

Good luck

(i'm not an advisor. I'm just going through the application process myself, so these are just my opinions.)
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 20:38
Thanks for the quick response Ward2012.

Yes I'm aiming to send in my applications by Round 2. This would also mean that I will be fairly selective about the kind of schools I would like to apply to. While the 5 I mention in my list are by top choices, I'm also someone who wants to concentrate and stick to these schools only. I'm doing fairly well in my professional career at this stage and an MBA is not an absolute necessity for me. For me to jump up to the next, global stage and showcase what I have to offer, I want to stick to only the cream of the crop. It may sound a bit pompous and I know the potential to burn is significantly high, but considering the opportunity costs (at many different levels) I would want to apply only to these schools (unless someone can point out another great Marketing/ general management oriented school that I may have overlooked). The other reason for me to consider applying in R2 for Fall 2013 is that by the time I get to school (the 0.01% that I do make it somewhere), I will be 29 and that may go against my application. My full time job keeps me busy from 8 am till at least 10 pm (14 hours average daily) and hence I'll have very little time to plan for this without my employers smelling a rat.

I'm a little unsure of the question you posed to me, i.e. the environment I seek. I'm from India and I have never been to the US and hence I'd have to base my judgement on the locations I will be best suited to, on the recommendations of those in the know and especially those who can advise me after understanding my requirement. In terms of the school environment itself, I seek an atmosphere of competitiveness but camaraderie where I can get to interact with the next gen of business thinkers - from all possible cultures and diverse backgrounds. One big disadvantage that I realize in my career flow is that all my education happened in a straight sequence and hence I could never get in some real world experience and orient myself to learning the specifics of what I thought I needed to add to my profile while at B-school back in 2004-2006. I now have a clear idea of what's missing and what I need to propel myself to the big league. The kind of people I've interacted during my education years was fairly one dimensional, primarily Indians and very rarely got the chance to work with/ engage with other cultures, which I think I realized I wanted a lot more of once I started working and started getting exposed to the world outside. Also, I don't belong to a financially well to do environment and currently make only about USD 50K per annum (and from what I hear from my friends/ colleagues who have returned from abroad- they think its a pittance considering my role/ profile/ personality/ potential and hence are strongly encouraging me to apply to rise higher). The alumni strength you mention is something I'm aware of- that the 5 schools I'm considering all have a very well established alumni base in leadership positions across the world is a given. Ditto for the professors. Marketing is my cup of tea and I would like to polish my overall managerial/ consulting skills while at school. All the schools I'm thinking of are stellar in this area so I'm confident that I'm moving in the right direction. However, other opinions are always welcome.

Finally, on the recommendation bit- My current supervisor is a Wharton (undergrad) and Harvard (MBA) produce herself and if I speak to her, I should be able to get a recommendation out of her. However, the peculiar position I'm in, I'm due for a promotion and a significant pay hike in January this year and in case the 5 schools I'm applying to end up dinging me, I'd like my bets to be hedged appropriately. That its hurting me by not actually getting her to recommend me is something that is plugging away at me regardless and I'm debating this with all my might with my brain, daily. Also, on this part - My last education experience was back in 2006 and since then I've been out of the game. Which is why it may seem odd if I get a recommendation from one my my professors back from then (However, the guy I'm going to ask for is also a Harvard Grad so that is coloring my opinion). The question is, while all forums I have been to and and all people I've spoken to mention that its best to get a couple of profession supervisor recommendations and one from your school/ college - Is that an absolute necessity to balance the application up or is it something that can be circumvented?

Once again, all opinions- negative or positive welcome.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 20:45
She is the perfect person to write the recommendation. She understands the value of an MBA and shouldn't be dinging you for your raise just because you're applying.

Some schools explicitly state NOT to have a professor write you a rec. This is a professional degree, not an academic one. Yes, it's intellectually challenging, but you need to demonstrate workplace abilities, not school smarts. 6 years is a really long time, so you should find another professional recommender.

The other thing to note is the word environment used by the previous poster. He was speaking partly to geography and partly to culture. In my opinion Wharton and Kellogg couldn't be more different. Wharton is very east coast (a meaningless phrase to you at this point, sorry...). This means that it can be more competitive, serious, and ambitious. Kellogg folks are known for being more midwestern, meaning collaborative, involved, and creative. These stereotypes may or may not be true, but it's good to get a sense. That's why if you can't visit schools, you absolutely need to talk to alumni and visit events in your area!
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 22:08
Thanks Machichi - That will make it really difficult but I will definitely think about getting her recommendation, along with my organization's President and Chief Investment Officer. Would you suggest that I don't go after my professors for a recommendation at all?

You are right on my knowledge on West-East coast being really low and definitely right that I should be getting in touch with Alumni- But my network exposes me to a couple of people from Harvard but none of the other schools so I'm a bit stunted here.

My own personal preference is a 'grand, visionary' schools with the reputation of it producing some of the brightest talents. (As mentioned in my original post, I've lived my entire life dreaming of HBS/ Stanford but the chances of them accepting me are really really low. In fact I gave up on my dream a couple of years ago but realized that I just could not stop myself this year from giving it one shot to change the course of the rest of my life.) Marketing being my interest area, from a cultural point of view I'd love to be at a place that encourages and perhaps even incubates creativity/ fresh thinking/ out of the box thinking and where the interest of every student is not just to achieve the highest grade or the top-10 rank, but to contribute to the world in some manner- whether social or otherwise. I welcome competition and can navigate my way through such an environment, but realize that the essence of being in a great environment is to be able to soak in all that you can while you're there and not only concentrate on academics but enjoy the team work, camaraderie and learning from different cultures/ people with different exposures. I'm also heavily into music (Play the keyboard) / sports (Cricket, football) and was into long distance running till a couple of years ago but don't think that really means anything in terms of my application.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2012, 09:18
machichi wrote:
The other thing to note is the word environment used by the previous poster. He was speaking partly to geography and partly to culture. In my opinion Wharton and Kellogg couldn't be more different. Wharton is very east coast (a meaningless phrase to you at this point, sorry...). This means that it can be more competitive, serious, and ambitious. Kellogg folks are known for being more midwestern, meaning collaborative, involved, and creative. These stereotypes may or may not be true, but it's good to get a sense. That's why if you can't visit schools, you absolutely need to talk to alumni and visit events in your area!


That's exactly what I was talking about. Another example is that people say Chicago doesn't really have a campus feel because everyone lives in downtown Chicago as opposed to Hyde Park. Some people really want that campus/community feel.

Also think about how you learn best. Kellogg does everything in groups and you're even graded for your performance in groups. Harvard is a mix of case studies and traditional lecture classes, while others learn towards more case studies. Some schools have great formal leadership training programs as well to help you with soft skills, while other schools teach leadership in other ways. Also, Chicago has no core requirements which may or may not appeal to you.

Finally, you should probably look into the Partners clubs since I assume your wife will be going with you. I don't know about the Partners clubs at the schools you mention, but you might want to take a look to see how active they are, if they can help your wife find a job, etc. that might appeal to you.

If you can't speak with alums in your network, you should feel free to reach out to ones outside your network directly. I found emails of alums at companies in which I was interested and just sent blind emails. All responded to me. Or talk to current students. go to the school websites and look up club leaders or 2nd year students who are teaching assistants--the club websites are all online and the elective syllabi are usually online and list the emails. Some schools like Tuck, LBS even have student ambassadors who are there specifically to talk to prospective students. Tuck will even do the work for you and match you up with someone (I know you're not applying to Tuck, but I'm just using that as an example) after you fill out a form on their website to chat with you on phone or skype. Take advantage of this!

I understand that you may be a little nervous about contacting people directly, but I have found that people generally love their school (I will say that I don't think I've ever met students who love their school as much as Kellogg students) and are more than happy to talk. Start off by noticing something about their background like say "hey, I noticed that you organized a conference in your school. Can you tell me more about that?" Or "hey I noticed you interned at Google. how did your internship help you?" Obviously be genuine and interested. There are a million alums out there, and I'm sure you can find someone with whom you have something in common.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2012, 03:16
Hi,

I forgot to mention something I didn't really keep in mind while writing on this forum. I am also a part of an entrepreneurial set up which was a one man unit since 2004 till 2006, when I joined it. We are a two man unit now, which works as a simple brand design consultancy firm.

We look at designing brand identities/ creative campaigns/ marketing brochures and other collaterals etc. We moonlight since cannot really have a legal second job but this is something I'm using as part of gaining additional, relevant design and branding experience from other industries (we work with mostly smaller firms as there is more scope to be creative/ try out ideas). Using this experience, I want to move towards my long term goal- That of starting my own design/ brand consultancy. My short term goal is just to polish my skills and get back to the corporate world but eventually I want to be in demand for being one of the foremost, leading brand strategy consultants. This is a small time operation with me playing the role of business development and getting the business in, and also helping my partner (the actual designing/ software brain) design the collateral/ strategies better.

Is this something that I should add in my application considering its really moonlighting? I'm unsure as to some it may generate a feeling of it being an unethical operation but we really work hard only to make some extra dough on the side, and make it a point to not work with any financial services brand to maintain some semblance of a Chinese wall.

Additionally, I like your advice of getting in touch directly with alumni/ current students from these colleges and asking them for their advice. Its definitely something I'm going to do. In your experience have you found any of the B-school alumni being present on these forums, especially those open to interacting with applicants?
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2012, 10:55
Why cannot you not legally have a second job? It sounds very relevant. Are you making money from this venture? If so, I guess it's truly moonlighting, otherwise it's just learning new skills and stuff.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 02 Oct 2012, 00:55
Hi Machihi, yes we do make money from this venture. It's a small operation with 99% of the jobs being done over the phone and Internet, including consultations and reviews and reworkings on any job, if required. It's not a lot of money as without a big relevant brand and a great profile, we essentially function a a basic creative outsourcing hotshop. Over the past 6 years of doing this, we've not had an year of earning over USD10k but for me the reason to get involved win this project wasn't to really drive business or make money, but the experience itself. So while it is moonlighting, it has sort of helped me appreciate some aspects of trying to run something on my own.
One of the main reasons why I feel an MBA is critical for me is to add to my other skills (finance/operations/ strategy) while polishing my Marketing skills (which will be my prime focus area) so that I'm ready or at least sufficiently equipped in other aspects of business when I start making my move towards my long term goal - possibly starting my own brand consultancy firm.
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 18 Oct 2012, 17:41
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Additionally, I like your advice of getting in touch directly with alumni/ current students from these colleges and asking them for their advice. Its definitely something I'm going to do. In your experience have you found any of the B-school alumni being present on these forums, especially those open to interacting with applicants?


I have no idea about there being alums present on the forums. I would imagine there are some, but I haven't looked here. In today's information age of LinkedIn, Google, Facebook, not to mention the school's own website, it's pretty easy to find alums, and I've found that all are happy to talk about their mba experience
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Re: Need Profile evaluation for Indian/ Male/ 28/ Average [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2012, 20:35
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Geronimoshere wrote:

Additionally, I like your advice of getting in touch directly with alumni/ current students from these colleges and asking them for their advice. Its definitely something I'm going to do. In your experience have you found any of the B-school alumni being present on these forums, especially those open to interacting with applicants?


I have no idea about there being alums present on the forums. I would imagine there are some, but I haven't looked here. In today's information age of LinkedIn, Google, Facebook, not to mention the school's own website, it's pretty easy to find alums, and I've found that all are happy to talk about their mba experience


I just realized that there is a "Ask B-School Ambassadors" forum so you could talk with current students there: ask-b-school-ambassadors-128/
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