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Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2012, 06:18
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Indian/female
GMAT : 700 (Q:48, V:39)
Qualification: Bachelor of Commerce; Chartered Accountant (similar to CPA(US))
Academics:
10th grade: 92%
12th grade: 89%
Grad: 82%


Work experience:
3.5 years of apprenticeship, which was a part of Chartered Accountancy studies.(not accepted as full time work experience by many B Schools)

1 year : in a small private company in India; work profile was mainly core accounting,audit and taxation.

Post qualification as a Chartered Accountant(CA): Working with Cognizant Tech Solutions(CTS), for the third party client UBS(investment banking vertical). The journey has been good, with best employee award to my credit; also part of the "performance excellence" team, which innovates and streamlines various processes on the floor; gained wonderful insight into the European and American markets.(would complete 1 year in CTS by March 2013)

Co curricular activities: Active blogger, have started a forum to discuss issues and share updates relevant for the CA profession; have a portfolio of oil paintings; into community service.

Post MBA: wish to make a switch and enter the space of management consulting; get practical exposure on the same.

Preferred Locations: Asia, U.S, U.K (in the order of preference).
Applying for: 2013 intake.

Given my profile, could you please advise which b schools I should be applying for.

Thanks!
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Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 29 Oct 2012, 06:41
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Hmmmmm, as you rightly pointed out, your work experience is gonna be the tough point. I have seen Indian candidates make a case for getting their three years counted (as it is full time work) but lots of times schools don;t really go for that. And the problem is that with only one year experience, this really drastically reduces your chances at schools. Which begs the question whether it might not be worth it to wait. It only begs the question though, and you may have a plethora of excellent reasons. But, likely, if you were to apply say with the same profile but three or four years WE, you would likely get into much better programs, so it IS something to consider.

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