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Please evaluate my profile - 28/Indian/Married/Female [#permalink]
09 Aug 2013, 21:20
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Hi, I am looking to apply for INSEAD 2014 intake. My profile is as below. Please advise.
28, Indian, Female, Married, 4 years total work experience. GMAT one attempt - 660 (skewed verbal and quant percentile - lower on quant) School first in Mathematics (200/200) in school leaving exams (equivalent to A-levels)
Undergraduation in Architecture (GPA - 4/5, graduated first class) from National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli and masters in Architecture (graduated first class with distinction) from Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London
2 years of work experience with Indian construction giant and selected on their internal scheme for leadership potential 1.5 years in UK (spanning Netherlands and Germany) with a mutlinational engineering design corporate.
Travelled to about 15 countries
Received Chevening Scholarship, UCL Postgraduate Scholarship and Bartlett Travel Grant
Returned back to my first company and currently Executive Assistant to the CEO. Active in CSR and volunteering activities through company
I am hoping my non-traditional background, marital status, gender and good academics will offset a relatively low GMAT. In current role as EA, I am involved in financial workings on a daily basis.
My current role includes a lot of financial analysis and I was state first (200/200) in Mathematics in my A-level equivalent in India. Im hoping this would help tide my lower quant score without having to redo the GMAT.