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Do you have any international experience? What? How much? Where? I Don't have any international experience as of yet.
Do you have any leadership experience? Official or unofficial? I have worked as a team leader for TCS on the official front. Also, unofficially, I have been the Student President of the music society at college, Coordinator at an NGO and a member of the central co-ordination team at my college fest.
Do you participate in any activities/hobbies/sports? Do you have a leadership role? My hobbies are music and soccer. I used to play as the guitarist for a band for 4 years, won a few band competitions and also was the Student President of the college music society. I have also represented my college soccer team.
Do you do community service? How much? Back in college I was involved with an NGO for two months, during which time I coordinated their publicity campaign.
What were your main extra-curricular activities in school? Music, swimming, soccer and reading
What are your main achievements? (NON-technical, but leadership, collaboration, business) - Won the Rising Star award for KPMG. - Coordinated volunteer mobilisation and publicity campaign at an NGO And others as I have listed above
Hey Debarshi, Thanks for filling me in here. So, overall things look pretty good. You have a great GMAT, solid grades and work for a good firm. I think this would set you up to apply for schools in the range of 10-30. I think top 10 will be a bit of a stretch for you, as your profile is a bit "middle of the road" and you come from a very large and very competitive pool. But you do have some good stuff, there, so I have hopes that the 10-30 range will do you well. Your chances might change depending on what other unique aspects you can emphasize in your profile. Right now, I haven't got a handle exactly on what is most unique about you and what you are doing, but that also is something that comes out with time. But think about it already: What can you emphasize in your profile to make your application unique? Cause they will have many applicants who will have quite similar profiles and also be strong. Do what would make the AdCom choose YOU over the other folks??? It's something you need to think about, and then to get in your application.
I hope these thoughts help you get started. And if you need anything else, just drop a line. _________________
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