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Basic Evaluation? Top 10-15 Potential?

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New post 28 Jul 2008, 19:42
Is this enough for a top 10-15?

3.62 GPA - Major: Finance - Arizona State
700 GMAT - 42 Q, 42 V
2-3 Years as Senior Financial Analyst with Fortune 50

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New post 01 Aug 2008, 03:49
Hi Folks,
This is my first post.My profile is as follows:

Country : India
Graduation Stream: Engineering(Computer Science)
Grdauation GPA :3.4
GMAT Score : 740 (Q49,V45)
TOEFL Score :Yet to take
Work Exp :3 Years now 4 Years by 2009 fall.
Industry : Techincal Consultant in ERP space.Working with one of the world's Biggest
Software conglomerates.
Foreign work stint: None

Acheivements : Took up the role of technical lead in a Japanese Implementation project barely one year into the job and completed successfully.Got the top performer award for that project. Got an ovation award given to a handful every year in my second year in service for my overall work and leadership.

Extra Curriculars :
Lots in College: Athletics Team Captain for 2 years.Part of the college relay team, which set the zonal university record which still stands(for 4 years). Office Bearer with the rank of Lance Corporal in National Cadet Corp(Army Division meant for students) for 3 years.Attended Army attachment camp for 4 weeks in college.Was the secretary of the college literary club.Was a part of the Alumni Module of the college internal ERP rollout, which got the best PCQuest : Best IT Implementation oF The Year 2007.

Very few post College: Active member of the Toast Masters club chapter of my workplace for the past 1 year.(TM is a US HQed club focusing on communication, public speaking and leadership skills). One of the Founder and key member of Old Students Association of Chinmaya Trust.(Chinmaya is the name of my school).Managed to raise nearly 2000 plus dollars in just two years of existence just from alumni(The school is just 10 years old).The trust is meant to award top performers in school and also to provide for need based scholarships for deserving students of the school.Avid cycling enthusiast.Have been Cycling 20 Kms total everyday round trip to office for the past 3 years.Have gone on numerous cycling expeditions too.(I am not sure if the cycling bit should be projected to schools)

Reasons for doing MBA: Mainly working on the Technical Scheme of things, with just a little visiblity towards the actual business side.Want to move to a position where I would be working on the business side of an organization.Want to have formal knowledge about the core dimensions of businesses before I move on to a career change.(This might not be the one I post in the essays..;-) )

Colleges Targeted:

Dream: HBS

Reach: Columbia

Safe : UW(Micheal G Foster )

Would I stand a chance in any of these??

Any other inputs about anything is more than welcome :)
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