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Profile Evaluation Needed.....! [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2013, 03:37
Hello. Below is my brief profile and please suggest me what b-schools are good for me and if I have any chance at any of the preferred schools for MBA.

Age: 24
Sex:Male
Nationality: Pakistan

Qualifications: HDA, BSc, ACCA, CFA, FRM, PRM

Achievements:
1) Three year bachelor's degree awarded in First Class Honours by Oxford Brookes University, one of the leading universities in UK. GPA is equivalent to 3.6(As per iGPA calculator of World Education Services)

2) 750 GMAT score

3) Simpson Scholarship awarded by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. Out of 6000 applicants, 20 were short listed and among the 5 winners, I was one. It was awarded on the basis of brilliantly written essays and strong academic history.

4) Was awarded Certificates of Merit for obtaining highest score in the world in two of the ACCA exams.

5) Was awarded Candidate of the Year award by Professional Risk Management International Associations for obtaining highest score in PRM exams in the world.

6) Completed Higher Diploma in Accounting in shortest possible time in my school.

7)Devoted to Continuing Professional Education and have several Coursera Verified Certificates with distinction.

Extra-Curricular Activities:

1) Volunteered with Community Rural Development Program which is a non profit organization and was founded by my brother. We worked for developing the lifestyle of the people in the troubled tribal areas of Pakistan and established more than 10 mobile schools and put more than 2000 children in schools. Mobile schools were established on temporary basis until we raise enough money to build a proper permanent building for school.

2) Have played cricket for my college and represented my school on international level.

Work Experience:

3 years of work experience in Investment Advisory at Consulting Dept of Deloitte Pakistan and 1 year of Human Capital Consulting Experience at PwC, Saudi Arabia.

Post MBA Goals.
Be a Finance leader and also work for the betterment of the Pakistani troubled community.

Preferred Schools.
Harvard
Stanford
Wharton
Kellogg
Darden
Ross
Haas
Stern &
Columbia



I hope to hear from you

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Re: Profile Evaluation Needed.....! [#permalink] New post 25 Nov 2013, 13:01
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You have a stellar record in all areas, and from the information you’ve provided I consider you a credible and competitive applicant to all the programs you list. HBS, Stanford, and some others on the list are reaches even for the most accomplished applicants, simply because of the caliber of applicants, the high yield, and the limited number of seats. Some programs on the list I'd consider as on-par include Ross and Darden; the remaining programs would be varying degrees of reasonable reaches.

Therefore, being qualified – even well qualified – for the most competitive programs is just a starting point. DO put your absolute best into your applications – when a good majority of rejected applicants are highly qualified, it means that effective and thoughtful presentation matters all the more.
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