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1) Work Ex - Business Development and Marketing for applciations and equipment for leading gas industries (manufacturing of oxygen, nitrogen, argon etc.). 1 year experience in managerial role, with a team of 2 people. Extensive pan India travel and international experience for 3 months at Italy and China.
2) GMAT Score: 710 (Q-50, V-36) waiting for official score card. 3) College info: BITS, Pilani (Pilani Campus), 7.7/10 GPA, B.E.(Hons.), Chemical Engineering, 2010 4) 9 months of internship experience at chemical industries (both on field and designing), no "community service" as such, (though a regular blood donor). Positions of responsibilities held in colleges, worked for the students council and some voluteering work. 6) Target programs: ISB, INSEAD, Duke Fuqua (Any other specific help in this regard would be appreciated) 7) Planning to apply in R1/R2 (2014-2015) 8) Post MBA goal: join in marketing consultancies, mergers and acquisitions (pref. in international business)
Any further tips/suggestions would be highly appreciated
Two specific recommendations come to mind: (a) you have to make sure that your applications (including essays, recommendations, resume, interview, etc.) are top notch -- this will require that you invest the time, energy and resources to make sure that they are competitive; (b) expand your list of schools - from this list, I would also include Johnson, Ross and Darden (I generally recommend that people apply to between 5 and 6 schools).