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It would be helpful if my profile would be evaluated with regard to my chances in ISB. The relevant information is as follows:

GMAT- 700. V40,Q47,AWA6,IR7
Class X- 94.2%
Class XII (Commerce)- 91.4%
BBA LLB(Hons.) from National Law University Jodhpur (Ranked among top 5 law schools in India). Was a member of Legal Aid Committee of the university and helped in organising various legal aid camps in and around the university campus.
GPA- 7.6/10- Among top 15 out of 80 students
Currently working with Securities and Exchange Board of India for 2 years and 2 months. Have been responsible for handling litigations relating to defending the interest of SEBI and ensure investor protection. Additionally, provide in house legal advice to various departments within SEBI.
I have completed foundation level of CS course and also completed 6 professional certification courses (in securities markets) offered by NSE.
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Played badminton till district level and represented school team for 2 years.
Member of Legal Aid Committee in law school and helped organize legal aid camps in prisons and small districts surrounding university. Also acted in dramas in these legal aid camps.
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Hi All,

I gave my GMAT today and scored a 700(Q49, V36).

Please let me know if as per Profile details and a good application, do I stand a chance in ISB.

Below are my profile details:

Work ex- 2 years in Financial operations in a big US Hedge fund firm.( M Just 23 years old :roll: )
Graduate in Bachelor of commerce from SRCC
12th- 96% CBSE
10th - 92% CBSE
CFA Level 1 December applicant.

I have always been a topper in my school/college.In extra curriculars- I am a dancer, taken part in many case study/quiz competitions at college level, been part of placement cell of my college, have done some voluntary work,and couple of other things.

My profile does not seem that interesting as I see people with 5-6 years of experience seeking to apply. Still, I want to know my options and start applying if possible.

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Hi

Can someone plz evaluate my profile for applying to ISB 2016 intake batch:

Undergrad GPA : 3.2 (As per GMAC norms)
Work Experience : 2 years in Project Finance in a leading Infra company and currently 1 year into a business strategy role at one of the leading manufacturing companies.
GMAT score : 670
Class Xii - 80% (Commerce)
Chartered Accountant - 1st Attempt
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Extra curricular activities : Won quiz competitions in school / Part of Shiamak Davar Dance academy for about 4 years (Featured in a few movies)

Would be able to get a really good recommendation.

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I want to know my options and start applying if possible.

Hi Vani, you must apply; very decent and promising profile; of course you understand that your work experience and GMAT are slightly on the lower side, but none of these will be an absolute dampener, assuming that your application is first grade!
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Can someone plz evaluate my profile for applying to ISB 2016 intake batch

Hi RickRoy, GMAT is slightly on the lower side, but in my experience, ISB has been slightly more accommodating with CAs, on this front.

Apart from your work, do highlight your stint with Shaimak Davar and "featuring in few movies" prominently in your application, since it adds a completely new dimension. If you are not able to find a suitable place in the mandatory essays, please use the optional essay for this.
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It would be helpful if my profile would be evaluated with regard to my chances in ISB. The relevant information is as follows:

GMAT- 700. V40,Q47,AWA6,IR7
BBA LLB(Hons.) from National Law University Jodhpur (Ranked among top 5 law schools in India). Was a member of Legal Aid Committee of the university and helped in organising various legal aid camps in and around the university campus.
GPA- 7.6/10- Among top 15 out of 80 students
Currently working with Securities and Exchange Board of India for 2 years and 2 months. Have been responsible for handling litigations relating to defending the interest of SEBI and ensure investor protection. Additionally, provide in house legal advice to various departments within SEBI.
I have completed foundation level of CS course and also completed 6 professional certification courses (in securities markets) offered by NSE.


Hi,

Your work experience and education should help bring some diversity to the class profile, which has about 28% non-engineers, of which a much smaller percentage would be the lawyers.
Being a younger applicant, the key challenges for you will be:
1. leadership potential. I hope your role as internal advisor gives you opportunity to take initiatives and collaborate with others.
2. Why MBA- you should be clear about why you want to do an MBA and why now (as opposed to why not wait another year or more)
3. your career goals- again you need to be clear about what you will do after the MBA.

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Hi All,

I gave my GMAT today and scored a 700(Q49, V36).

Work ex- 2 years in Financial operations in a big US Hedge fund firm.( M Just 23 years old :roll: )
Graduate in Bachelor of commerce from SRCC
My profile does not seem that interesting as I see people with 5-6 years of experience seeking to apply. Still, I want to know my options and start applying if possible.


Vani,

What i have mentioned for DS1 above this post, applies to you as well.
Since ISB encourages applicants with 2+ (and lesser experience as well, through the EEO option), you should apply.
Play to your strengths in the application.
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I recently gave my Gmat and scored a low 680(Q-49,V-32,IR-3,AWA-5). This was my second attempt.
I have a total 5.5 years of experience in IT services, mainly in banking and financial domain. I did Btech in Elect & Telecomm and scored 8.19. I have served multiple roles during my short career(Developer, Sr Developer, Team Lead).
I have been strong at Curricular activities (Runners up at Dist level Badminton, Winner in University level Badminton including singles/Mixed doubles/Doubles, Won many atheletic events) I have also been active in Debates/Mad ad/Dramatics.
I have mainly worked with TCS(TCS is placed among the ‘Big 4’ most valuable IT services brands worldwide) ,for close to 4 years, and COGNIZANT, which is my current organisation. I take pride in working for major Banking projects with prestigious clients such as Morgan Stanley,Barclays,and Citibank.
With 5.5 years of technical skills behind me, I would now like to focus on other aspects of business so that I have a better exposure to business-related topics that is normally not included in the regular engineering studies. An mba will add missing skills to my profile, enhance my presentation skills, and give me a huge opportunity to hone my networking skills while interacting with the diverse crowd. I wish to continue in the financial domain(A bit of domain knowledge does help), although strategy planning seems very intresting.
I plan to apply to ISB. Can someone evaluate my chances?


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I plan to apply to ISB. Can someone evaluate my chances?


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Hi Souvilibra,
If you play your cards right, you are in decent shape. Your GMAT score is low by ISB standard, but its not a deal breaker. we had helped a reapplicant last year, get into ISB with the same GMAT score (even after retake), same years of work exp. and similar cadre of company.
Submitting a strong application, that shows good achievements, clarity of career goals and good articulation during the interview will be key to getting admission.
Reach out if you wish to discuss.
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Hi all,

I see many people busy with getting their profiles evaluated by our experts here.
To those who have been through the evaluation, which round are you planning to apply to?
If R1, how are your applications coming up?

Here is a post from last year, which might help you to start your essays (if in case you have not done so):
calling-all-isb-applicants-2015-intake-class-of-170219-60.html#p1375687

Ohh and yes, do not forget your recommendations. They are a very important part of your application.
Make sure you give appropriate time to your evaluator. Ideally the first step after starting your application should be filling out the evaluator details.

I am in for R1. Any re-applicants here gunning for R1? What all are you planning to showcase in the improvement essay?

On a side note, this thread is the place where applicants get to know one-another, exchange ideas/information, discuss application strategies, share interview /school visit experiences, and boost one-another's morale to face the tough admission process.
We have a separate profile evaluation section on GMATClub. Let us try to build this thread in a way that the future applicants can come here and gather useful information without much trouble.
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I recently gave my Gmat and scored a low 680(Q-49,V-32,IR-3,AWA-5). This was my second attempt.
I have a total 5.5 years of experience in IT services, mainly in banking and financial domain. I did Btech in Elect & Telecomm and scored 8.19. I have served multiple roles during my short career(Developer, Sr Developer, Team Lead).
I have been strong at Curricular activities (Runners up at Dist level Badminton, Winner in University level Badminton including singles/Mixed doubles/Doubles, Won many atheletic events) I have also been active in Debates/Mad ad/Dramatics.
I have mainly worked with TCS(TCS is placed among the ‘Big 4’ most valuable IT services brands worldwide) ,for close to 4 years, and COGNIZANT, which is my current organisation. I take pride in working for major Banking projects with prestigious clients such as Morgan Stanley,Barclays,and Citibank.
With 5.5 years of technical skills behind me, I would now like to focus on other aspects of business so that I have a better exposure to business-related topics that is normally not included in the regular engineering studies. An mba will add missing skills to my profile, enhance my presentation skills, and give me a huge opportunity to hone my networking skills while interacting with the diverse crowd. I wish to continue in the financial domain(A bit of domain knowledge does help), although strategy planning seems very intresting.
I plan to apply to ISB. Can someone evaluate my chances?


Thanks,
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Hi Souvilibra, Hearty congratulations on your significant GMAT score boost. While your current GMAT score might seem to be slightly on the lower side considering the extremely competitive pool applying to ISB, you had absolutely no chance of making it to ISB, with your old score. So, with your current GMAT score, you definitely are in the ballpark.

As far as your application goes, I specifically think that if you are only showing technical skills as the output for your entire 5 years of experience in the banking and financial IT services domain, then you really are losing out on a significant opportunity to differentiate yourself. I am hoping that through these 5 years, you have garnered a significant domain knowledge that you look forward to build upon, during your stay at ISB.

Based upon what you already know from your job experience and from what you learn at ISB, I would think that you can be a very good fit for some of the very niche and interesting roles such as those of Senior Business Analysts, immediately upon graduation. Such jobs are in fact offered at ISB, by your current company (Cognizant). If you have any specific finance related certifications in your 5 years of experience, whether from your company or from outside, those certifications would further lend credibility to your case.

Bottom line is that in your essays, if you are limiting your 5 years of experience to merely technical expertise, you would be rather hopelessly short selling yourself. A lot of thought needs to go into your essays, so that the essays stand out and compensate for your relatively modest GMAT score.
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HI ISBeacon,
Yeah I do realize that only tech knowledge will push me further from my goal of global mba from a good college. As of now, I have no certifications except few of them which were done at org level.
Also, I wish to change my industry, so I would like to look beyond IT services.
And one of my friends told me that Finance is not the selling point of ISB rather it is strategic planning(may be I'm wrong in the analysis). I have started on my essays, hope it turns out good. Need some more brainstorming

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can you suggest whether this will help in any good colleges and whether i should apply for isb.
gmat 660(q49,v31).dentist(along with hospital administration and medical tourism course),enterpreunor..
isb>nus>rotterdam erasmus..(my priority,though isb takes 80% of that priority)

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can you suggest whether this will help in any good colleges and whether i should apply for isb.
gmat 660(q49,v31).dentist(along with hospital administration and medical tourism course),enterpreunor..
isb>nus>rotterdam erasmus..(my priority,though isb takes 80% of that priority)

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Hi punitsar! There were quite a few non-IT candidates with a NIFT or MBBS background who made it to ISB with a 650+ . Your chances at ISB will depend a lot on the depth of your experience and how you present the same through your essays. NUS may be difficult because of the high number of Indian applicants and limited seats. Do you have any specific reasons to apply to Rotterdam? You are very likely to make it, but it should only be your last resort.

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can you suggest whether this will help in any good colleges and whether i should apply for isb.
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Hey Punit,

You should certainly apply to ISB. Although your GMAT score is below the average, still you can get through if you play your cards well.
Your experience is your differentiating factor and you should try to bring it out in the essays and then in the interviews.

NUS, as ISBManrta also said would be difficult because of the high number of Indian applicants and just around 100 seats.
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Any current student/ reapplicant please provide your guidance,

A lame question though but do not want to leave anything unturned :

there is a question in the application details asking have you attended any information session.

Answer in my case is NO. Next info session which I can attend is after R1 deadline. I have attended their webinars. Can I mention that yes I have attended info session and then in place column I select others and mention webinar. DOES A NO in this questn gives out a wrong message?

I see that ISB does not require resume as such.I have some academics distinctions such as a interview call from IIM A in 2014, which I could not attend for SOME REASONS, I had a EML in IIT JEE 2007. Wanted to touch up these points in resume but that option is not available. For optional essay I have some other issues to talk about. In optional awards and achievement section I do not find a appropriate place to mention these. Suggest me somethng??Does the distinctions I mentioned make any difference, is it worth mentioning. My gmat is below par and I wanted to cash on these few side notes to establish academic strength.

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I am planning to apply for ISB this year for the class of 2016. PFB the highlights of my profile.

10th : 77%
12th : 79.6%
Engineering (Biotechnology, non IIT/NIT) 70%.
Total of 6.5 years of IT Work exp (Infosys, Deloitte, Currently working as a Consultant at Deloitte).
International Work exp at Singapore (8 months) and UK (1 Year).
GMAT Score 720.

Can you please access my profile and provide me your valuable inputs about my chances this year.

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Any current student/ reapplicant please provide your guidance,

A lame question though but do not want to leave anything unturned :

there is a question in the application details asking have you attended any information session.

Answer in my case is NO. Next info session which I can attend is after R1 deadline. I have attended their webinars. Can I mention that yes I have attended info session and then in place column I select others and mention webinar. DOES A NO in this questn gives out a wrong message?

I see that ISB does not require resume as such.I have some academics distinctions such as a interview call from IIM A in 2014, which I could not attend for SOME REASONS, I had a EML in IIT JEE 2007. Wanted to touch up these points in resume but that option is not available. For optional essay I have some other issues to talk about. In optional awards and achievement section I do not find a appropriate place to mention these. Suggest me somethng??Does the distinctions I mentioned make any difference, is it worth mentioning. My gmat is below par and I wanted to cash on these few side notes to establish academic strength.

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Hi Escalate! We do not qualify as a current student or a reapplicant, but let's try to address your concerns to the best of our understanding.

If you have attended a webinar, you may very well mention that under this section. Nevertheless, this is more for ISB's internal marketing data than something that may directly impact your application.

Mentioning your IIMA call may be a risky proposition, just in case someone perceives it otherwise. You may mention it during your interview and thus explain the situation better. EML on IIT JEE is also not going to help so much unless you really got into an IIT. People reading your essays do not have access to your GMAT, so unless your GMAT is really low, you may not want any discussion on that.

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I am planning to apply for ISB this year for the class of 2016. PFB the highlights of my profile.

10th : 77%
12th : 79.6%
Engineering (Biotechnology, non IIT/NIT) 70%.
Total of 6.5 years of IT Work exp (Infosys, Deloitte, Currently working as a Consultant at Deloitte).
International Work exp at Singapore (8 months) and UK (1 Year).
GMAT Score 720.

Can you please access my profile and provide me your valuable inputs about my chances this year.

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Hi saurbhd! Your profile with 720 is likely to interest ISB well. Being from an IIT/NIT does get you some extra points, but you can leverage your experience well to develop a strong set of essays to gain that edge. With this profile, you should also be looking at a few international programs.

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