Undergraduate Education: Carnegie Mellon University 3.3 GPA
Major: Business Administration w/ Concentration in Finance
Extracurriculars: Fraternity President, Director for Recruiting for School Job Fair, President of community service club on campus
GMAT: 700 (Q47, V40)
College: Graduated in 3.5 years while working on average 25-35 hours a week during my Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. Took many leadership roles, 5 that have executive board representation.
Work Experience: Work at a top 10 Hospital System in the nation in Healthcare Finance. Went through a competitive rotational program for 2 years and graduated at the top of the class. Got promoted to a Sr. Financial analyst after two years and now work in Corporate Finance and support Healthcare IT. Currently manage an Analyst and 3 interns and will have 44 months of work experience come time for matriculation. I go back to school to recruit every year, have lead community service events for the company and organize social events regularly.
Took 3 weeks off from work to help a family business in india. Helped optimize inventory and supply chain management, and negotiated favorable contracts ( all in native language, not english)
Current Extracurriculars: Tutor kids in my free time, Mentor underprivileged children in the region, and complete tax returns for low income families.
Looking into go to management consulting post MBA, possibly continue in Healthcare as I do have a passion for the industry.
Applying to: Wharton, Sloan, Fuqua, Stern, Chicago, Tepper
You have a competitive profile for Duke and Tepper, and NYU Stern. Wharton, Sloan, and Chicago are less likely acceptances. Your "story," extra-curriculars, and work experience sound good. Your GPA and GMAT
are a little below average for the stretch programs.
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