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Profile Evaluation - Energy Sector

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Schools: Harvard, Wharton, Thunderbird
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Profile Evaluation - Energy Sector [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2009, 18:05
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Re: Profile Evaluation - Energy Sector [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2009, 10:29
Pavan,

With your energy sector, mountain-climbing, and global experience, you have an interesting profile. Whether it's strong enough for HBS and Wharton depends on the quality and depth of your leadership and impact in your career and in your community. If the impact is deep and wide-ranging enough and if you have shown leadership in multiple aspects of your life then you may have a chance at HBS. Your odds at Wharton are, generally speaking, better than at Harvard. Thunderbird would be a safety school for you. So whether you need to work on anything depends on your answers to my questions above about leadership and impact. You won't need to do anything more to make your profile more interesting or to improve your numbers.

After you've decided on schools you can start visiting and building networks at those schools, start deciding on your recommenders, etc.

Looking forward to working with you,
--Paul

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