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Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 27 Nov 2012, 23:26
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks
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Joined: 12 May 2010
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Location: Bangalore
Schools: HEC, Paris
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Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2012, 01:22
Hi Aniket,

Hope you are well.
You have a good profile & based on your profile, here are few US B-Schools with average GMAT Range:
1. Haas 630-740
2. SMU Cox 560-710
3. Cornell 620-740
4. Austin McCombs 620-730
5. Minnesota 530-690
6. Indiana-Kelley 590-700
7. Vanderbilt 620-720
8. Texas-Mays 580-720

Also, kindly be informative that applying in multiple b-schools raises the chances of being accepted in 2 or 3 schools. Most importantly, the weight-age given to GMAT in US B-School(s) is not more that 20% of the entire application. So, suggest you to start working on your essays parallel to your GMAT if your targeting 2013 intake.

Wish you good luck for your GMAT.

Cheers!!



aniketkumar123 wrote:
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks

_________________

Best Wishes,
Neha Singh
GMAT Instructor & MBA Application Consultant
General Education- Empowering Intellect


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Joined: 27 Nov 2012
Posts: 9
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Kudos [?]: 1 [0], given: 1

Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 28 Nov 2012, 03:37
nehasingh1020 wrote:
Hi Aniket,

Hope you are well.
You have a good profile & based on your profile, here are few US B-Schools with average GMAT Range:
1. Haas 630-740
2. SMU Cox 560-710
3. Cornell 620-740
4. Austin McCombs 620-730
5. Minnesota 530-690
6. Indiana-Kelley 590-700
7. Vanderbilt 620-720
8. Texas-Mays 580-720

Also, kindly be informative that applying in multiple b-schools raises the chances of being accepted in 2 or 3 schools. Most importantly, the weight-age given to GMAT in US B-School(s) is not more that 20% of the entire application. So, suggest you to start working on your essays parallel to your GMAT if your targeting 2013 intake.

Wish you good luck for your GMAT.

Cheers!!



aniketkumar123 wrote:
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks










Thanks alot Neha :-D . Can you please tell me in which round I should apply ? As I have missed few deadlines, I will be able to apply in 3rd/4th round. Will it make any difference in GMAT cut-off marks or in future with reference to internships/jobs ? I am bit confused on these issues.
Director
Director
Status: Assisting candidates to get admit in to top global business schools
Affiliations: MBA
Joined: 12 May 2010
Posts: 547
Location: Bangalore
Schools: HEC, Paris
WE 1: 9 Years
Followers: 20

Kudos [?]: 66 [0], given: 6

Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2012, 04:52
aniketkumar123 wrote:
nehasingh1020 wrote:
Hi Aniket,

Hope you are well.
You have a good profile & based on your profile, here are few US B-Schools with average GMAT Range:
1. Haas 630-740
2. SMU Cox 560-710
3. Cornell 620-740
4. Austin McCombs 620-730
5. Minnesota 530-690
6. Indiana-Kelley 590-700
7. Vanderbilt 620-720
8. Texas-Mays 580-720

Also, kindly be informative that applying in multiple b-schools raises the chances of being accepted in 2 or 3 schools. Most importantly, the weight-age given to GMAT in US B-School(s) is not more that 20% of the entire application. So, suggest you to start working on your essays parallel to your GMAT if your targeting 2013 intake.

Wish you good luck for your GMAT.

Cheers!!



aniketkumar123 wrote:
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks










Thanks alot Neha :-D . Can you please tell me in which round I should apply ? As I have missed few deadlines, I will be able to apply in 3rd/4th round. Will it make any difference in GMAT cut-off marks or in future with reference to internships/jobs ? I am bit confused on these issues.



Hi Aniket,

I strongly suggest that you start working on your applications parallel to your GMAT.
Equal weight-age is given to all the rounds.
For in depth discussion you can PM me your contact number.
We can discuss it over the phone.

Cheers!!

http://www.general-ed.com/MBA-essay-analysis
_________________

Best Wishes,
Neha Singh
GMAT Instructor & MBA Application Consultant
General Education- Empowering Intellect


Try GMAT Mini Diagnostic tool

Intern
Intern
Joined: 27 Nov 2012
Posts: 9
Followers: 0

Kudos [?]: 1 [0], given: 1

Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 29 Nov 2012, 06:48
aniketkumar123 wrote:
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks



Thanks Neha. My Phone no is :- 07676366838. I would like to know your opinion about Masters in International Business in HULT International Business School. My main point of concern is about its placement and salary offered on an average ? Kindly tell me.
Intern
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Joined: 27 Nov 2012
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Re: Profile evaluation [#permalink] New post 08 Dec 2012, 09:44
nehasingh1020 wrote:
Hi Aniket,

Hope you are well.
You have a good profile & based on your profile, here are few US B-Schools with average GMAT Range:
1. Haas 630-740
2. SMU Cox 560-710
3. Cornell 620-740
4. Austin McCombs 620-730
5. Minnesota 530-690
6. Indiana-Kelley 590-700
7. Vanderbilt 620-720
8. Texas-Mays 580-720

Also, kindly be informative that applying in multiple b-schools raises the chances of being accepted in 2 or 3 schools. Most importantly, the weight-age given to GMAT in US B-School(s) is not more that 20% of the entire application. So, suggest you to start working on your essays parallel to your GMAT if your targeting



2013 intake.

Wish you good luck for your GMAT.

Cheers!!



aniketkumar123 wrote:
Hi All,
I wanted to pursue my MBA in USA. Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know which all colleges will be most appropriate for me:-
of
Class 10th% - 89%
Class 12th % - 72%
Bachelors of Engineering - 62 %
GMAT Score - Will take up the test in Jan 2013( expecting between 650-670)
Currently working in Tata Consultancy Services as Test Analyst with working experience of 26 months by 1st December 2012.
Current Role:- Business Requirement analysis, manage a team of 3-4 people, Interacting with client about new project implementation, planning for Software Quality etc.
Extra Co-curricular activities - Good number of certificates in various trainings, Representative of my TCS Batch, Awarded with TCS GEMS.


Thanks








Hi All,
I have a doubt. After completing my 12th exam. I had worked as a Sale Representative in a pharma company for almost 1 year and after completing my engineering also I had worked as a Sales Manager for the same company for almost 5 months. So will this be counted in my work experience ? I have work experience letter for both the span of work that I have done. Can I add it in my CV & SOP ? Will it leave a good impact ?
Re: Profile evaluation   [#permalink] 08 Dec 2012, 09:44
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