You have good GMAT score and an avg. GPA from one of the top institutes in India. With the given information you may target schools like: Tuck, Berkely-Haas, Duke, Ross, Darden, UCLA-Anderson, Cornell, McCombs, ISB, NUS, Nanyang, If you are able to exhibit leadership skills, achievements/awards in or outside work place, ability to work with others, maturity and professionalism in essays and interviews then you will stand a good chance in b-school(s). You may also try your chances in b-school(s) by clicking http://www.apphelp.co.in/b-school-selector.php
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Thanks in advance for your review; my stats are as follows:
Work Experience: Have spent 2+ years in the analytics domain
as of now.
Took a plunge into an entrepreneurship opportunity for a period of ~8 months but that didn't work out so well.
GMAT Score: 740
Undergrad: 6.3/10 CGPA, B.Tech IIT Delhi
. Don't know how the adcoms consider this CGPA.
Extra-Curriculars: Was a little involved during undergrad, but have no volunteer extra - curricular experience since graduating. In short, I haven't done much outside the office since graduating, so I suspect this is my weakest point?
Target Programs: Confused
Application Cycle: R1 for Fall of 2014 intakeIt would be great to hear which schools I should be targeting, and with what likelihood of success (reach, within range, safety). Any feedback regarding weak points that I should consider shoring up, or if I should consider applying a year later to shore up weak points would be appreciated.
Undergrad- Top 5 college in India
MBA- Top 15 FT ranking b-school