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Hi, Can somebody evaluate my profile and help me with my admission process? Also, which colleges should I apply to. Is it possible to get into Harvard, Wharton or Oxford? Following are my details:- Name- Mehul Sayani GMAT score - 710 AWA- 5/6 IR- 5/8 Under Graduate score - 7.6/10 Pass out Year Under Graduate College- VJTI (autonomous) Mumbai University VJTI was ranked #22 by the India Today Best Engineering colleges 2012 and 32 by Outlook India Top Engineering Colleges of 2012. In rankings limited to private colleges it was ranked #7 by Mint Top 50 Private Engineering Colleges of 2009 High School (SSC)- 87.83% Work Experience - 1.5 years in an IT company(received 2-3 appreciations from the client) Plan to work till I join the university In the college, Worked for various events and festivals. Worked as the General Secretary of Sponsorship of National Level College Festival (Led a team of 7 ppl) Worked as the General Secretary of Sponsorship for two other events in the under grad years. Besides that, Won the second runners-up in dance competition in First and Fourth year and First prize in Second and Third year. Won multiple competitions in school including district level Science quiz, participated in the project competition organized by National Organization "Indian National Science Congress"
Good job on your academic background, it's clear that you've worked hard thus far in your career.
Put more focus on your professional achievements. It's difficult to advise where to focus without knowing more specifics of your time at the IT company. Describe what you've accomplished there -- what brought about your client appreciations? Have you had any leadership opportunity there? What sort of team interactions do you work with? It's important to show admissions what you've done and what you're capable of, not just the responsibilities you've had in generic terms.
Also focus on your short and long-term goals. Why do you want to pursue an MBA? It isn't clear from this brief profile, which is something that you can develop in your full resume and essays.
Let us know what you think!
Re: Profile Evaluation- Mehul Sayani
10 Nov 2012, 09:23
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