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Profile Evaluation - feedbacks are welcom! [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2012, 01:37
Hallo,

This is my first post here and I would like to check what my chances are to get the MBA of my dreams!

I am targeting one of the following universities: Harvard, Standford, Columbia, Mit, Wharton and Insead.

My profile

Italian
26 y.o.
4 languages (Italian,English,German,French)

WE
By the time the MBA will start I will have 30 months of exp with Procter&Gamble
- 6 months internship as Engineer (in Germany)
-24 months as Project Manager for the start up of new supply chains (based in Bruxelles, but the sites are spread in Asia and Europe)

Studies:
MS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 29/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

BS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 28.1/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

High School
-Final Grade 100/100

TOEFL iBT 119/120
GMAT pending.. and worried! I am targeting over 700.. but you never know!

Hobbies:
Rugby (Founder and Captain of the Univ. Team=
Boxing
Opera and Jazz (seriously, no jokes.. I am an Opera geek!)

If more info are needed: ask!

Thanks for your reply
M.
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Re: Profile Evaluation - feedbacks are welcom! [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2012, 11:24
Caesar,
I would need to know more to tell you your chances. Your project management experience and rugby club suggest you have leadership, which the schools require, but you may not have enough for the top schools you mentioned. Your Italian background and multilingual skills make you a good diversity candidate. You will need a score at the 80th percentile or higher in both Quant and Verbal for the school you mentioned. Based only on what you gave me, you are semi-competitive at HBS, Stanford, and Wharton, which would be 'reach' schools for you. Your odds at CBS and INSEAD are higher, and MIT is somewhere in between. Feel free to send your resume to me at paulbodine@yahoo.com

--Paul S. Bodine, http://www.paulsbodine.com, Great Applications for Business School

Caesar86 wrote:
Hallo,

This is my first post here and I would like to check what my chances are to get the MBA of my dreams!

I am targeting one of the following universities: Harvard, Standford, Columbia, Mit, Wharton and Insead.

My profile

Italian
26 y.o.
4 languages (Italian,English,German,French)

WE
By the time the MBA will start I will have 30 months of exp with Procter&Gamble
- 6 months internship as Engineer (in Germany)
-24 months as Project Manager for the start up of new supply chains (based in Bruxelles, but the sites are spread in Asia and Europe)

Studies:
MS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 29/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

BS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 28.1/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

High School
-Final Grade 100/100

TOEFL iBT 119/120
GMAT pending.. and worried! I am targeting over 700.. but you never know!

Hobbies:
Rugby (Founder and Captain of the Univ. Team=
Boxing
Opera and Jazz (seriously, no jokes.. I am an Opera geek!)

If more info are needed: ask!

Thanks for your reply
M.

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Re: Profile Evaluation - feedbacks are welcom! [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2012, 12:31
Thanks Paul for your feedback!
It is much appreciated. As I thought I will have to study hard to get the MBA of my dreams!
Ciao
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Re: Profile Evaluation - feedbacks are welcom! [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2012, 04:01
Caesar86 wrote:
Hallo,

This is my first post here and I would like to check what my chances are to get the MBA of my dreams!

I am targeting one of the following universities: Harvard, Standford, Columbia, Mit, Wharton and Insead.

My profile

Italian
26 y.o.
4 languages (Italian,English,German,French)

WE
By the time the MBA will start I will have 30 months of exp with Procter&Gamble
- 6 months internship as Engineer (in Germany)
-24 months as Project Manager for the start up of new supply chains (based in Bruxelles, but the sites are spread in Asia and Europe)

Studies:
MS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 29/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

BS in Mechanical Engineering
-Average Score 28.1/30
-Final Grade 110/110 cum laude

High School
-Final Grade 100/100

TOEFL iBT 119/120
GMAT pending.. and worried! I am targeting over 700.. but you never know!

Hobbies:
Rugby (Founder and Captain of the Univ. Team=
Boxing
Opera and Jazz (seriously, no jokes.. I am an Opera geek!)

If more info are needed: ask!

Thanks for your reply
M.


Hi,

You have a decent profile with consistently average academics and extracurricular activities. As you have not taken your GMAT yet, a lot more depends on your GMAT Score. And to know where you stand, we need to know in detail about your work experience, your volunteer work and your extra curriculars: do you have any notable leadership?? How many promotions have you gotten? what are your greatest achievements?

You need to get your complete profile evaluation done based on these factors and that would help you to understand about your chances in the targeted schools.

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Also visit http://www.general-ed.com/b-school-selection-process , this can help you to select the business school as per your requirement and profile and visithttp://www.general-ed.com/chances-of-bschool here you can find your chances of getting admit in a business school chosen by you.

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