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Profile evaluation for a top tier MBA

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Profile:

Age:28
Nationality: Indian
Exp:5 Years in Actuarial Sciences & Risk Management

Gmat: 1st attempt(590-Q49,V22)
2nd attempt(640-Q49,V27)

Academics:Bsc(Math)-GPA(2.0)
PG Diploma in Risk Management-GPA(3.92)

I will have impact full essays(own unique Story), great recommendations, strong leadership capability with well thought out post MBA entrepreneurial plans.

Concerns: Low verbal in GMAT(Reason: Studied in a bengali medium school, so SWE is not strong), low undergrad GPA(Caught Jaundice during exams, somehow sat for the exam).

Wish List: Harvard, Wharton
Reach List: Stern, Tepper
Safe: Carroll, Rochester

Can any of you please have a look & let me know if it is feasible to target Harvard & Wharton?
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Profile:

Age:28
Nationality: Indian
Exp:5 Years in Actuarial Sciences & Risk Management

Gmat: 1st attempt(590-Q49,V22)
2nd attempt(640-Q49,V27)

Academics:Bsc(Math)-GPA(2.0)
PG Diploma in Risk Management-GPA(3.92)

I will have impact full essays(own unique Story), great recommendations, strong leadership capability with well thought out post MBA entrepreneurial plans.

Concerns: Low verbal in GMAT(Reason: Studied in a bengali medium school, so SWE is not strong), low undergrad GPA(Caught Jaundice during exams, somehow sat for the exam).

Wish List: Harvard, Wharton
Reach List: Stern, Tepper
Safe: Carroll, Rochester

Can any of you please have a look & let me know if it is feasible to target Harvard & Wharton?

I'm sorry but your your highest GMAT score is significantly below Harvard and Wharton's averages. As an Indian applicant, your story would have to be absolutely amazing to overcome that obstacle.
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