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I am Raghav Narang, a business research professional with an extensive five years of experience. I am looking forward to pursue an MBA next year and plan to apply for various programs in the Fall 2014 intake. I would be grateful if anyone can evaluate my profile and assess my chances of admission.
Demographics: Indian / Male / 26 years Academics: Bachelors Financial and Investment Analysis, 2008. 81% (GPA of 4.0 according to WES). University of Delhi: College of Business Studies, India. Cleared CFA Level 1 Exam. GMAT: 700 (Q50, V35)
Work Experience: 6 years at the time of joining a B-school Currently working as a senior analyst to support strategy team of an FTSE 100 Index company to aid corporate planning
Key Skills: - Identifying client needs, scoping projects, gathering necessary data, analyzing the information and presenting the insights to aid top management - Leading and managing small teams (2-4 member) to conduct research and analyses - Mentoring and training several new-joiners - Part of recruitment panel - Previous experience of Business Development and new business research product creation
Post MBA Target: To be part of a main strategy team and undertake corporate and strategic planning. And later become a Strategy Director of an organisation.
Can anyone assess whether the schools I have chosen are suitable for my profile and are likely to aid me in achieving my career goals. And if not, which schools are likely to be relevant. Also what are my scholarship chances with this profile; and if the chances are low what can be done to improve these chances.
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