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Background and nationality - Indian male, Internet Networking industry
Undergrad Information - Bachelor's in Engineering ( Electronics and Communications)
GMAT: 770 (Q51, V42, IR 7, AWA 4.5)
Work experience and leadership - 9 Years in top Networking Company, Started as Junior Engineer, received 4 promotions in 8 years now Solution Architect leading a team of over 25 global resources.
Community and others :
Passionate about making education more accessible.
Organized Street plays to promote girl child education in India.
Instructed and organized Summer Camps focused on Data Privacy and Cyber Bullying awareness for Middle and High School students as part of Cyber Patriot program.
Post MBA goals : Management Consulting in Tech Industry

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I'm looking for some candid feedback on my chances at HBS, as well as any feedback on strategy. I'm an attentive student so I promise your time won't be wasted, and thanks in advance!

Personal Narrative:
I'm a 29 year old Special Operations Army Officer with experience leading teams large and small in austere and challenging environments with extensive international experience working with interagency, intergovernmental, and private NGO partners.
Demographics: 29 y/o White Male
Education: 3.59 GPA earning a B.S. Economics and Mathematics Cum Laude from the Univ. of Southern Califorinia
Tests: GMAT: 750 (48Q 45V, IR 8, AWA 6), GRE: 338 (168Q, 170V, AWA 5)
Work Experience: Captain in the US Army in a Special Operations Civil Affairs Battalion

Civil Affairs Team Leader April 2016 - Present
- Leads a four person team on 6 month long rotations at US Embassies in the Asia-Pacific region achieving DoD, DoS, and USAID goals through a combination of military partnerships and humanitarian aid & development projects.
- Most recent rotation was to Nepal partnering with the Nepal Army to train in Civilian-Military Operations pertinent to UN Peace Keeping Missions as Nepal is the 3rd largest personnel provider to these missions
- Managed a $12 million portfolio of programs and projects in conjunction with the Department of State and USAID in the fields of Disaster Preparedness, Health, and Counter Human Trafficking with Nepalese NGOs such as Pro Public, Shakti Samuha (lit "Women Power"), and the Feminist Dalit Organization (Dalit = "Untouchable" caste).
- Ranked "in top 10% of 48 Captains in the Battalion" on most recent annual evaluation

Executive Officer March 2013 - September 2014
- Managed the logistics and training programs while serving as second in command for a Headquarters Company of of 220+ Soldiers; responsible for $39 million in equipment to include an arms room and high value vehicles.
- Training program consistently resulted in 85%+ achievement of "Trained" for all mission essential tasks and was one of only two companies (out of a total of 6) to do so; maintenance program never fell below a 93% Operational Readiness Rate
- Responsible for oversight of a force realignment resulting in a support platoon being stood up as full company as well as transitioning a platoon of Military Police to a new Brigade.
- Ranked #2 of 5 Executive Officers by Battalion Commander, top 5 of 25 lieutenants in the battalion

Platoon Leader September 2011 - November 2012
- Led a Support Platoon of 86 personnel deployed to various posts across Eastern Afghanistan; directly supported combat operations with transportation, maintenance, and medical assets.
- Appointed as the Battalion Unit Movement Officer; overall responsible for the redeployment of over 119 pieces of cargo primarily composed of 20' containers, Tricons, and a variety of vehicles; the only battalion (of 6) to have all equipment arrive on time with no loss in accountability
- Ranked #1 of 4 Platoon Leaders by Company Commander

Other: Can read/speak/write conversational Mandarin Chinese ("Intermediate" level by ACTFL standards), qualified with a sub 3 hr time for 2016 Boston Marathon, ranked #1 of 30+ cadets in my ROTC program, had a part time job in college tutoring college athletes for the university Student Athlete Academic Services.
Goal: Transition from the Army to become a Foreign Service Officer in the Department of State. Use a joint MBA-MPP degree to gain skills complementary to the work of an Economics Officer, allowing me to advise both foreign governments in addition to foreign business executives, as well as leveraging the name of a renowned school in international diplomacy. Long term I want to become an economic advisor that has a similar impact to that of Dutch Economist Albert Winsemius or become a US Ambassador like former Ambassador to Cambodia and Zimbabwe Major Charles Ray.

Hi,
your profile seems great and you've got definite chance to get admitted. First, your GMAT and GPA are very nice. Second, your background in military service, strengthened with advanced leadership and teamwork skills will make your profile unique and attractive. next, your goals include global mission to bring positive impact on developing and underdeveloping communities - that's great! The diversity of your experience and other languages will make your profile stronger, so go ahead and try Harvard))
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I'm looking for some candid feedback on my chances at HBS, as well as any feedback on strategy. I'm an attentive student so I promise your time won't be wasted, and thanks in advance!
Hi @mbastrategycom- thanks for your question- and thank you for your service. I will give my feedback below on your profile.
Personal Narrative:
I'm a 29 year old Special Operations Army Officer with experience leading teams large and small in austere and challenging environments with extensive international experience working with interagency, intergovernmental, and private NGO partners.
Demographics: 29 y/o White Male
Education: 3.59 GPA earning a B.S. Economics and Mathematics Cum Laude from the Univ. of Southern Califorinia
Tests: GMAT: 750 (48Q 45V, IR 8, AWA 6), GRE: 338 (168Q, 170V, AWA 5)
Work Experience: Captain in the US Army in a Special Operations Civil Affairs Battalion All of this is excellent- and what it means is that you have every reason to put in great effort into your application because there is nothing here above that is a real problem. So that's part of it- congrats there- but then of course you have to now show the leadership and that something extra that helps you stand out.[color=#2e3192]

Civil Affairs Team Leader April 2016 - Present
- Leads a four person team on 6 month long rotations at US Embassies in the Asia-Pacific region achieving DoD, DoS, and USAID goals through a combination of military partnerships and humanitarian aid & development projects.
- Most recent rotation was to Nepal partnering with the Nepal Army to train in Civilian-Military Operations pertinent to UN Peace Keeping Missions as Nepal is the 3rd largest personnel provider to these missions
- Managed a $12 million portfolio of programs and projects in conjunction with the Department of State and USAID in the fields of Disaster Preparedness, Health, and Counter Human Trafficking with Nepalese NGOs such as Pro Public, Shakti Samuha (lit "Women Power"), and the Feminist Dalit Organization (Dalit = "Untouchable" caste).
- Ranked "in top 10% of 48 Captains in the Battalion" on most recent annual evaluation
[color=#2e3192]I like the complexity of the situations you have managed-leveraging this can help[color=#630460]
Executive Officer March 2013 - September 2014
- Managed the logistics and training programs while serving as second in command for a Headquarters Company of of 220+ Soldiers; responsible for $39 million in equipment to include an arms room and high value vehicles.
- Training program consistently resulted in 85%+ achievement of "Trained" for all mission essential tasks and was one of only two companies (out of a total of 6) to do so; maintenance program never fell below a 93% Operational Readiness Rate
- Responsible for oversight of a force realignment resulting in a support platoon being stood up as full company as well as transitioning a platoon of Military Police to a new Brigade.
- Ranked #2 of 5 Executive Officers by Battalion Commander, top 5 of 25 lieutenants in the battalion

Platoon Leader September 2011 - November 2012
- Led a Support Platoon of 86 personnel deployed to various posts across Eastern Afghanistan; directly supported combat operations with transportation, maintenance, and medical assets.
- Appointed as the Battalion Unit Movement Officer; overall responsible for the redeployment of over 119 pieces of cargo primarily composed of 20' containers, Tricons, and a variety of vehicles; the only battalion (of 6) to have all equipment arrive on time with no loss in accountability
- Ranked #1 of 4 Platoon Leaders by Company Commander

Other: Can read/speak/write conversational Mandarin Chinese ("Intermediate" level by ACTFL standards), qualified with a sub 3 hr time for 2016 Boston Marathon, ranked #1 of 30+ cadets in my ROTC program, had a part time job in college tutoring college athletes for the university Student Athlete Academic Services.[color=#1b1464]The language skills are a plus

Goal: Transition from the Army to become a Foreign Service Officer in the Department of State. Use a joint MBA-MPP degree to gain skills complementary to the work of an Economics Officer, allowing me to advise both foreign governments in addition to foreign business executives, as well as leveraging the name of a renowned school in international diplomacy. Long term I want to become an economic advisor that has a similar impact to that of Dutch Economist Albert Winsemius or become a US Ambassador like former Ambassador to Cambodia and Zimbabwe Major Charles Ray.

I agree that your experience is solid and that you have every reason to feel good about applying. In terms of the essays- we have some tips for you here:https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com/write-great-hbs-essay/
and keep in mind that our firm was founded by an HBS grad and we really have a lot of bench strength with HBS alums working with us as counselors. So I encourage you to reach out for a free consult and ask to speak to an HBS alum to get more insight about your case and also learn how we can help you. https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/
Best wishes to you!

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Background and nationality - Indian male, Internet Networking industry
Undergrad Information - Bachelor's in Engineering ( Electronics and Communications)
GMAT: 770 (Q51, V42, IR 7, AWA 4.5)
Work experience and leadership - 9 Years in top Networking Company, Started as Junior Engineer, received 4 promotions in 8 years now Solution Architect leading a team of over 25 global resources.
Community and others :
Passionate about making education more accessible.
Organized Street plays to promote girl child education in India.
Instructed and organized Summer Camps focused on Data Privacy and Cyber Bullying awareness for Middle and High School students as part of Cyber Patriot program.
Post MBA goals : Management Consulting in Tech Industry


Hello livingmaybe

It goes without saying that your GMAT score is outstanding and will certainly help your application stand out! ☺ To add to this, you also have extensive work experience, complete with promotions, and leadership experience. The extracurricular activities, too, are decent.

While all of the above is going to play a very crucial role in determining your chances of admission, it is equally important that you are able to tie up everything together. We recommend that you solely focus on your essays now. Prepare the groundwork for your storyboarding and ensure that you are able to adequately portray your need for an MBA, as well as showcase a good flow among your professional experience, short-term objectives, and long-term goal. Also, be sure to focus on a set of traits, which set your application apart from others.

If you are able to take care of the above, you should have a good chance at cracking Harvard! ☺

In case you require a detailed conversation around your profile, please get in touch with us! ☺

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Background and nationality - Indian male, Internet Networking industry
Undergrad Information - Bachelor's in Engineering ( Electronics and Communications)
GMAT: 770 (Q51, V42, IR 7, AWA 4.5)
Work experience and leadership - 9 Years in top Networking Company, Started as Junior Engineer, received 4 promotions in 8 years now Solution Architect leading a team of over 25 global resources.
Community and others :
Passionate about making education more accessible.
Organized Street plays to promote girl child education in India.
Instructed and organized Summer Camps focused on Data Privacy and Cyber Bullying awareness for Middle and High School students as part of Cyber Patriot program.
Post MBA goals : Management Consulting in Tech Industry

You have a great track record of promotion and also a passion for helping make education accessible and that can be a powerful area to explore further in essays. I think you have all that you need to give it a good shot- and so to do that be sure that you think about what MORE you can share about your passion for accessible education that is not already covered in resume and application. For some tips on how to approach HBS essays, review this: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... hbs-essay/ and then for some free tips in our newsletter look here:
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Hi everyone,

I would appreciate an evaluation of my profile. I am thinking of applying for Harvard R1, and I am now brainstorming for my essays.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 26
Gender: Female
GMAT: 760 (Q51,V41,IR7,AWA6)

Academic Background:
Undergraduate degree in Science/Engineering in one of the 3 best universities in the Philippines.
Finished with a GPA of 3.53 (with Honors graduate).

Work Experience: 6 years by matriculation
After graduation, I immediately got employed to one of the biggest manufacturing companies in Japan.
I had varied work experiences as Sales Engineer, Business Specialist, Strategic Planner, and now International Sales Expert.
My job involves overseas sales and business development so I usually go on overseas business trips - the longest assignment I had was a business training for 6-months in Mexico.

International Experience:
5 years of work in Japan
6 months of business training in Mexico
Daily correspondence with customers of various nationalities
Immense love for traveling - I have checked more than 40 countries off my world travel list.
I speak 5 languages (4 of them fluently)

Extra-curricular Activities:
I teach English and Spanish on my free time.
I am an events volunteer/translator in my city's international association ( the biggest event I volunteered for was the International day in which almost 5,000 people attended the cultural event).
Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver

Post-MBA goals:
Short term, I plan to work in the consulting industry (focus on International business).
Long term, I hope to enter International Organizations such as the World Bank and UNDP with the goal of leading projects related to infrastructure development in developing countries.

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Hi everyone,

I would appreciate an evaluation of my profile. I am thinking of applying for Harvard R1, and I am now brainstorming for my essays.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 26
Gender: Female
GMAT: 760 (Q51,V41,IR7,AWA6)

Academic Background:
Undergraduate degree in Science/Engineering in one of the 3 best universities in the Philippines.
Finished with a GPA of 3.53 (with Honors graduate).

Work Experience: 6 years by matriculation
After graduation, I immediately got employed to one of the biggest manufacturing companies in Japan.
I had varied work experiences as Sales Engineer, Business Specialist, Strategic Planner, and now International Sales Expert.
My job involves overseas sales and business development so I usually go on overseas business trips - the longest assignment I had was a business training for 6-months in Mexico.

International Experience:
5 years of work in Japan
6 months of business training in Mexico
Daily correspondence with customers of various nationalities
Immense love for traveling - I have checked more than 40 countries off my world travel list.
I speak 5 languages (4 of them fluently)

Extra-curricular Activities:
I teach English and Spanish on my free time.
I am an events volunteer/translator in my city's international association ( the biggest event I volunteered for was the International day in which almost 5,000 people attended the cultural event).
Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver

Post-MBA goals:
Short term, I plan to work in the consulting industry (focus on International business).
Long term, I hope to enter International Organizations such as the World Bank and UNDP with the goal of leading projects related to infrastructure development in developing countries.


Interesting profile for sure and I see i as quite competitive for HBS, depending on the strength of your essay and how you present things of course. Can any of the changes in your roles at work be classified as a promotion? If so, I would emphasize that if I were you, as that is not completely clear.

As for your extra curriculars, they are okay only, so I would not focus too much on those in my essays if I were you, even if you can mention them briefly of course.

But all in all; great profile, I see no need for improvement in the profile itself, so you should focus on how you are going to present all this to the adcom instead.

Here are some links that may be helpful in this process:
https://aringo.com/mba-essay-tips-2/
https://aringo.com/mba-recommendations-process/
https://aringo.com/mba-admission-interviews/

Good luck!

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crza wrote:
Hi everyone,

I would appreciate an evaluation of my profile. I am thinking of applying for Harvard R1, and I am now brainstorming for my essays.

Nationality: Filipino
Age: 26
Gender: Female
GMAT: 760 (Q51,V41,IR7,AWA6)

Academic Background:
Undergraduate degree in Science/Engineering in one of the 3 best universities in the Philippines.
Finished with a GPA of 3.53 (with Honors graduate).

Work Experience: 6 years by matriculation
After graduation, I immediately got employed to one of the biggest manufacturing companies in Japan.
I had varied work experiences as Sales Engineer, Business Specialist, Strategic Planner, and now International Sales Expert.
My job involves overseas sales and business development so I usually go on overseas business trips - the longest assignment I had was a business training for 6-months in Mexico.

International Experience:
5 years of work in Japan
6 months of business training in Mexico
Daily correspondence with customers of various nationalities
Immense love for traveling - I have checked more than 40 countries off my world travel list.
I speak 5 languages (4 of them fluently)

Extra-curricular Activities:
I teach English and Spanish on my free time.
I am an events volunteer/translator in my city's international association ( the biggest event I volunteered for was the International day in which almost 5,000 people attended the cultural event).
Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver

Post-MBA goals:
Short term, I plan to work in the consulting industry (focus on International business).
Long term, I hope to enter International Organizations such as the World Bank and UNDP with the goal of leading projects related to infrastructure development in developing countries.


Strong profile for sure. But its all about execution when it comes to applications to top business schools.
Feel free to drop me a DM if you're looking for specific inputs on your application.

Best of luck!

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Background and nationality - Indian male, Internet Networking industry
Undergrad Information - Bachelor's in Engineering ( Electronics and Communications)
GMAT: 770 (Q51, V42, IR 7, AWA 4.5)
Work experience and leadership - 9 Years in top Networking Company, Started as Junior Engineer, received 4 promotions in 8 years now Solution Architect leading a team of over 25 global resources.
Community and others :
Passionate about making education more accessible.
Organized Street plays to promote girl child education in India.
Instructed and organized Summer Camps focused on Data Privacy and Cyber Bullying awareness for Middle and High School students as part of Cyber Patriot program.
Post MBA goals : Management Consulting in Tech Industry


Strong profile. But unfortunately age and coming from an over-represented pool of applicants is not on your side.
Drop me a DM if you are keen to have a candid chat about your application.

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Background
Work experience: Part of 2 year Sales and Trading Analyst Class at Bulge Bracket firm (JPM/Citi/BAML) doing 2yrs in Equity Sales; previous summer internship with bulge bracket (JPM/Citi/BAML) in middle office
Extra curriculars: CFA Level II Candidate, President of Interfraternity Council, Head Trader of college investment fund, Astronomy Club, Order of Omega Honor Society
Undergrad school/major: SEC State School (think Ole Miss/Mississippi State/South Carolina)
Other education/coursework: Double Major - Finance and Economics (Econometrics, Stats I & II)
Race/nationality: First Generation Asian-American
Sex: 24yr old Male

Stats

GMAT Score (include breakdown!): 720 (Q46, V44)
Undergrad GPA: 3.97

MBA Info

Goal of MBA: To gain quantitative and qualitative skills, foster a deeper network, but more importantly use my experience in a markets role to make the leap and become an investor in the healthcare sector, whether that's IB to PE or Consulting to PE, etc.. I see where Sales and Trading is trending now and I know it's a role in which I can't make a long term career.


Please let me know where I would also be a good candidate --

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Age- 26 years

Undergrad GPA- 3.23 (Non IIT)

Grad GPA- 3.916
initially enrolled at NYU, new york city. transferred after first semester to wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

GMAT- 760+ expected

2 publications

Six Sigma Green Belt certification

HBX Core

Experience-

1. Executive Engineer for 2 years at top private key player for indian defence (XX), India working on the missile
launchers for Akash Missile Program. Active in customer interaction and youngest engineer to reperesent
the company for customer offering. Perosnally handled training sessions for the Indian Air Force
personnel in regards to the missile equipment.

2. Technical consultant for 1 year to one of the worlds largest tier 1 supplier, USA.Handled the tesing of the
Motor control diagnostics for a Fortune 500 french OEM. Active customer interaction to have a fruitful
requirement vs implementation for the diagnostics.

3. Internships at CISR research labs in India and a tech startup, USA working on the product development and
customer interaction on finalizing the quotes for the design and implementation.

Extra Curriculars-

1. One of 11 selected out of 900 students for Exchange program under the Indian Public School
Conference.

1. Trained in indian carnatic classical vocal for 13 years. More than 100 performances till date in India and
USA.

2. Formed undergrad singing club. Robotic Club (won in a couple of national level robotic festivals)

3. 5 gold medals in singing across 3 organizations in USA.

4. Formed Sanskriti (Diversified Indian Arts Club, Wright State). Active collaborations across USA.

5. Planned, Designed and served as Master of ceremony for all the events of Indian Student Association,
wright state attracting more than 4000 audience in total.

Community service and Leadership-

1. Core Team Member, Community relations team, XXX (over a year).

2. Cultural Ambassador, Wright State University

3. Cultural Head, Indian Student Association, Wright State

4. Peer Mentor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Wright State university

5. Adopted 2 kids for primary education.

Post MBA Goals- Management consulting

Planned schools to apply- HBS, Kellogg, INSEAD, ISB, Booth

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any shot?

Background
Work experience: Part of 2 year Sales and Trading Analyst Class at Bulge Bracket firm (JPM/Citi/BAML) doing 2yrs in Equity Sales; previous summer internship with bulge bracket (JPM/Citi/BAML) in middle office
Extra curriculars: CFA Level II Candidate, President of Interfraternity Council, Head Trader of college investment fund, Astronomy Club, Order of Omega Honor Society
Undergrad school/major: SEC State School (think Ole Miss/Mississippi State/South Carolina)
Other education/coursework: Double Major - Finance and Economics (Econometrics, Stats I & II)
Race/nationality: First Generation Asian-American
Sex: 24yr old Male

Stats

GMAT Score (include breakdown!): 720 (Q46, V44)
Undergrad GPA: 3.97

MBA Info

Goal of MBA: To gain quantitative and qualitative skills, foster a deeper network, but more importantly use my experience in a markets role to make the leap and become an investor in the healthcare sector, whether that's IB to PE or Consulting to PE, etc.. I see where Sales and Trading is trending now and I know it's a role in which I can't make a long term career.


Please let me know where I would also be a good candidate --


I wouldn’t say you are an obvious choice for a Harvard candidate but I do think your profile has a lot of potential so I would certainly give it a shot if I were you! It will all come down to your essays and recommendations and how all this is presented, so you need to give that part everything that you’ve got. (Feel free to reach out if you want to know how ARINGO as an admissions consulting company can help with that part: https://aringo.com/mba-process-registration/)

Your work experience is your biggest weakness so try to think about how you can make that part a bit more impressive, preferably by examples that can be measured in some way.

Good luck!

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Please review my profile.

Age- 26 years

Undergrad GPA- 3.23 (Non IIT)

Grad GPA- 3.916
initially enrolled at NYU, new york city. transferred after first semester to wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

GMAT- 760+ expected

2 publications

Six Sigma Green Belt certification

HBX Core

Experience-

1. Executive Engineer for 2 years at top private key player for indian defence (XX), India working on the missile
launchers for Akash Missile Program. Active in customer interaction and youngest engineer to reperesent
the company for customer offering. Perosnally handled training sessions for the Indian Air Force
personnel in regards to the missile equipment.

2. Technical consultant for 1 year to one of the worlds largest tier 1 supplier, USA.Handled the tesing of the
Motor control diagnostics for a Fortune 500 french OEM. Active customer interaction to have a fruitful
requirement vs implementation for the diagnostics.

3. Internships at CISR research labs in India and a tech startup, USA working on the product development and
customer interaction on finalizing the quotes for the design and implementation.

Extra Curriculars-

1. One of 11 selected out of 900 students for Exchange program under the Indian Public School
Conference.

1. Trained in indian carnatic classical vocal for 13 years. More than 100 performances till date in India and
USA.

2. Formed undergrad singing club. Robotic Club (won in a couple of national level robotic festivals)

3. 5 gold medals in singing across 3 organizations in USA.

4. Formed Sanskriti (Diversified Indian Arts Club, Wright State). Active collaborations across USA.

5. Planned, Designed and served as Master of ceremony for all the events of Indian Student Association,
wright state attracting more than 4000 audience in total.

Community service and Leadership-

1. Core Team Member, Community relations team, XXX (over a year).

2. Cultural Ambassador, Wright State University

3. Cultural Head, Indian Student Association, Wright State

4. Peer Mentor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Wright State university

5. Adopted 2 kids for primary education.

Post MBA Goals- Management consulting

Planned schools to apply- HBS, Kellogg, INSEAD, ISB, Booth


In order to give you a full evaluation I would really need to know your final GMAT score as not everyone that expects a 760 actually gets that, so whether or not you actually get that score will make a big difference.

Also, what was the reason you transferred schools? And how confident are you in your essays/recommendations?

Basically, I need quite a bit of additional information in order to evaluate your profile properly, so feel free to elaborate here or by contacting ARINGO directly at https://aringo.com/mba-process-registration/.

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any shot?

Background
Work experience: Part of 2 year Sales and Trading Analyst Class at Bulge Bracket firm (JPM/Citi/BAML) doing 2yrs in Equity Sales; previous summer internship with bulge bracket (JPM/Citi/BAML) in middle office
Extra curriculars: CFA Level II Candidate, President of Interfraternity Council, Head Trader of college investment fund, Astronomy Club, Order of Omega Honor Society
Undergrad school/major: SEC State School (think Ole Miss/Mississippi State/South Carolina)
Other education/coursework: Double Major - Finance and Economics (Econometrics, Stats I & II)
Race/nationality: First Generation Asian-American
Sex: 24yr old Male

Stats

GMAT Score (include breakdown!): 720 (Q46, V44)
Undergrad GPA: 3.97

MBA Info

Goal of MBA: To gain quantitative and qualitative skills, foster a deeper network, but more importantly use my experience in a markets role to make the leap and become an investor in the healthcare sector, whether that's IB to PE or Consulting to PE, etc.. I see where Sales and Trading is trending now and I know it's a role in which I can't make a long term career.


Please let me know where I would also be a good candidate --


I like your profile. You have a great GPA, good scores, and reasonable career transition goals. At Ivy Admissions Group, we believe that the key to getting into a top school with your background is to stand out from the crowd by painting an authentic and compelling narrative that ties through everything in your application. In accomplishing that, we employ the techniques of public narrative pioneered by the Harvard Kennedy School and used by political candidates standing for office across the country.

If your interested in hearing more about how that framework can be applied to your case, reach out to us here and we'll find a time to chat. https://www.ivyadmissionsgroup.com/contact/

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24 yr / Inidan/ Female

UG: 60% - Electronics and Comm engineering

WE: Co-founder and President of NGO for the past 3 yrs
Under my leadership
-Organised national level training program by the Govt of India for two consecutive years,120+ participants from the country participated
-conducted various awareness programs in schools and college, including inter schools competitions
-established first and only rescue and rehab center in the north karnataka region
-successfully working in collaboration with district administration, municipal authority and police dept
and a bunch of other events organised. Literally, built the org from scratch.

Honorary Officer by Govt of India

GMAT: yet to give - aiming for 720+

Extra-curricular:
- actively participated/-ing in Clean India Mission-Ballari - wall painiting, awareness talks, suggesting innovative steps to tackle problems in association with district administration
- have organised free english classes for slum children around our centre
- sewing - does it sound out of context? i love to sew, though i never learnt it formally, have designed & stitched a lot for myself

Post MBA goals:
Short Term:
- open the first self sustainable world class charity hospital for stray animals in our district
- work on bringing CSR funds into animal welfare
- Help other NGOs with required resources to scale up

Long term:
- Expand the charity hospital
- Fund and facilitate research on alternative meat
- work on CSR initiatives

Background for my background:
i have always been an animal lover since childhood, and always had a dream to have a big property filled with animals, well fed and well taken care of. I always thought that it was something to be done when i was 50+. Back then, i never new what the word "NGO" meant or never visited one or heard one. A very tragic incident when i was 19 yrs old, made me realize it was now, that i need to start one, and i did, from scratch.

Why HBS?

- HBS's general management course, most apt for me
- I believe the case study method will help me to become a better decision maker, my work demands to be one
- The importance leadership is given at HBS, be it clubs or classroom, i think i can make most out of it
- HBS's network will help me to scale up my work and achieve my goals
- Brand name credibility into my field
- HBS

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24 yr / Inidan/ Female

UG: 60% - Electronics and Comm engineering

WE: Co-founder and President of NGO for the past 3 yrs
Under my leadership
-Organised national level training program by the Govt of India for two consecutive years,120+ participants from the country participated
-conducted various awareness programs in schools and college, including inter schools competitions
-established first and only rescue and rehab center in the north karnataka region
-successfully working in collaboration with district administration, municipal authority and police dept
and a bunch of other events organised. Literally, built the org from scratch.

Honorary Officer by Govt of India

GMAT: yet to give - aiming for 720+

Extra-curricular:
- actively participated/-ing in Clean India Mission-Ballari - wall painiting, awareness talks, suggesting innovative steps to tackle problems in association with district administration
- have organised free english classes for slum children around our centre
- sewing - does it sound out of context? i love to sew, though i never learnt it formally, have designed & stitched a lot for myself

Post MBA goals:
Short Term:
- open the first self sustainable world class charity hospital for stray animals in our district
- work on bringing CSR funds into animal welfare
- Help other NGOs with required resources to scale up

Long term:
- Expand the charity hospital
- Fund and facilitate research on alternative meat
- work on CSR initiatives

Background for my background:
i have always been an animal lover since childhood, and always had a dream to have a big property filled with animals, well fed and well taken care of. I always thought that it was something to be done when i was 50+. Back then, i never new what the word "NGO" meant or never visited one or heard one. A very tragic incident when i was 19 yrs old, made me realize it was now, that i need to start one, and i did, from scratch.

Why HBS?

- HBS's general management course, most apt for me
- I believe the case study method will help me to become a better decision maker, my work demands to be one
- The importance leadership is given at HBS, be it clubs or classroom, i think i can make most out of it
- HBS's network will help me to scale up my work and achieve my goals
- Brand name credibility into my field
- HBS


An amazing profile nikithaiyer5

Though I will leave it for experts to provide inputs on the profile.

BTW, per my undertanding your profile will be really strong for Yale. (Not to discourage you from HBS is any way!)

All the best for your GMAT and Applications.
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nikithaiyer5 wrote:
24 yr / Inidan/ Female

UG: 60% - Electronics and Comm engineering

WE: Co-founder and President of NGO for the past 3 yrs
Under my leadership
-Organised national level training program by the Govt of India for two consecutive years,120+ participants from the country participated
-conducted various awareness programs in schools and college, including inter schools competitions
-established first and only rescue and rehab center in the north karnataka region
-successfully working in collaboration with district administration, municipal authority and police dept
and a bunch of other events organised. Literally, built the org from scratch.

Honorary Officer by Govt of India

GMAT: yet to give - aiming for 720+

Extra-curricular:
- actively participated/-ing in Clean India Mission-Ballari - wall painiting, awareness talks, suggesting innovative steps to tackle problems in association with district administration
- have organised free english classes for slum children around our centre
- sewing - does it sound out of context? i love to sew, though i never learnt it formally, have designed & stitched a lot for myself

Post MBA goals:
Short Term:
- open the first self sustainable world class charity hospital for stray animals in our district
- work on bringing CSR funds into animal welfare
- Help other NGOs with required resources to scale up

Long term:
- Expand the charity hospital
- Fund and facilitate research on alternative meat
- work on CSR initiatives

Background for my background:
i have always been an animal lover since childhood, and always had a dream to have a big property filled with animals, well fed and well taken care of. I always thought that it was something to be done when i was 50+. Back then, i never new what the word "NGO" meant or never visited one or heard one. A very tragic incident when i was 19 yrs old, made me realize it was now, that i need to start one, and i did, from scratch.

Why HBS?

- HBS's general management course, most apt for me
- I believe the case study method will help me to become a better decision maker, my work demands to be one
- The importance leadership is given at HBS, be it clubs or classroom, i think i can make most out of it
- HBS's network will help me to scale up my work and achieve my goals
- Brand name credibility into my field
- HBS


An amazing profile nikithaiyer5

Though I will leave it for experts to provide inputs on the profile.

BTW, per my undertanding your profile will be really strong for Yale. (Not to discourage you from HBS is any way!)

All the best for your GMAT and Applications.



thanks a lot :) .

yes I am applying for yale too.. i have shortlisted HBS, Yale & Haas.

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Looking for some brutal honesty on my profile -

Background and nationality: 25yo (26 at time of enrollment) Indian Female. Living and working in Singapore for the last 12 years. Im a Singapore PR (not sure if this makes any difference)

Undergrad Information: Studied Economics and Business from Singapore (College ranked top 15 in the world). Did not do honors (decided work experience was more valuable). GPA is not Harvard standard (3.4/5.0), but for my university this is actually about a B average and I graduated with merit

Before that, I was selected from India (written exams and interviews, the full spectrum) at age 14 for an accelerated program from the Gov of Singapore. Moved here alone and been here since. So essentially, finished 4 years of schooling on full scholarship, ad then got offered another scholarship for college

GMAT: 720, 730 - split is heavier on verbal, Quant is 75th percentile. IR 93 percentile, Essay 6 on both

Work experience and leadership: While in school I interned with Accenture strategy consulting, and then got converted to FT. Overall with Accenture with about 6 months. After graduation I joined an FMCG Management Trainee program. Been with them for 2 years now, got promoted three times.
Placement 1 - Ops Analytics
Current: Finance

On leadership - i can talk about a few projects ive been involved in, I've also directly managed interns and analysts, Ive done evaluations and made hiring decisions for my company which is rare for someone as Junior as me. I've been an active athlete - Competitive swimmer and rower for about a decade before i stopped after college, Sports scholar for Swimming, Was also team captain

I dont think this traditionally fits into the role of "leadership", but ive self funded my life since i was 14. I started working (tutoring at about 16 and continued this into college). I was also a tutor at college while studying there. On off nights I bar-tended. Basically managed all my education while holding jobs to fund it.

Community and others: Not much on this to be honest, I was part of a pro bono consulting firm and took on a leadership role with them. but this was during college. Since then I have not had the time to do anything!

Post MBA goals: I want to get into marketing analytics in the short term. In the long term I want to either have my own business or join an early stage start up and get my hands dirty. My Econ degree didnt really teach any finance so looking forward to picking up some knowledge there. Im also very interested in the cause of women in business (being female working in corp finance in Asia really gives you a perspective lol) and would want to get involved with that while @harvard/after

Look forward to some feedback! Worried about applying to Harvard cause it seems like its all nuclear scientists and prodigy investment bankers. But I guess not applying is the only form of certain rejection :)

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Hi Guys,

Looking for some brutal honesty on my profile -

Background and nationality: 25yo (26 at time of enrollment) Indian Female. Living and working in Singapore for the last 12 years. Im a Singapore PR (not sure if this makes any difference)

Undergrad Information: Studied Economics and Business from Singapore (College ranked top 15 in the world). Did not do honors (decided work experience was more valuable). GPA is not Harvard standard (3.4/5.0), but for my university this is actually about a B average and I graduated with merit

Before that, I was selected from India (written exams and interviews, the full spectrum) at age 14 for an accelerated program from the Gov of Singapore. Moved here alone and been here since. So essentially, finished 4 years of schooling on full scholarship, ad then got offered another scholarship for college

GMAT: 720, 730 - split is heavier on verbal, Quant is 75th percentile. IR 93 percentile, Essay 6 on both

Work experience and leadership: While in school I interned with Accenture strategy consulting, and then got converted to FT. Overall with Accenture with about 6 months. After graduation I joined an FMCG Management Trainee program. Been with them for 2 years now, got promoted three times.
Placement 1 - Ops Analytics
Current: Finance

On leadership - i can talk about a few projects ive been involved in, I've also directly managed interns and analysts, Ive done evaluations and made hiring decisions for my company which is rare for someone as Junior as me. I've been an active athlete - Competitive swimmer and rower for about a decade before i stopped after college, Sports scholar for Swimming, Was also team captain

I dont think this traditionally fits into the role of "leadership", but ive self funded my life since i was 14. I started working (tutoring at about 16 and continued this into college). I was also a tutor at college while studying there. On off nights I bar-tended. Basically managed all my education while holding jobs to fund it.

Community and others: Not much on this to be honest, I was part of a pro bono consulting firm and took on a leadership role with them. but this was during college. Since then I have not had the time to do anything!

Post MBA goals: I want to get into marketing analytics in the short term. In the long term I want to either have my own business or join an early stage start up and get my hands dirty. My Econ degree didnt really teach any finance so looking forward to picking up some knowledge there. Im also very interested in the cause of women in business (being female working in corp finance in Asia really gives you a perspective lol) and would want to get involved with that while @harvard/after

Look forward to some feedback! Worried about applying to Harvard cause it seems like its all nuclear scientists and prodigy investment bankers. But I guess not applying is the only form of certain rejection :)



I definitely think you should apply, first of all, and second of all, I think you have enough unusual and unique factors to work with for admission to be a possibility, with a very, very strong essay of course. The only thing I would recommend that you work on is the post-MBA goal as that is not clear or strong enough as it is as I see it, so that needs further work. (Obviously you are welcome to contact us off the board if you would want some help with that: https://aringo.com/mba-process-registration/)

Good luck!

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Nationality- Indian
Gender- Male
Xth- 67.7%
XIIth - 65%
Undergrad- B.E. in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering with 54.4%
TOEFL- Yet to take
GMAT- 750 ( Q-50, V-41, AWA-4.5, IR-5)

Work Exp :
1. Have worked for 9 years in Telecom Industry and am currently VAS Manager for Airtel India Operations. Have previously worked with Nokia, Mahindra Comviva. Also have worked in UK for 6 months.
- Have received awards for my work at Airtel and previous organisations
- I have done in house courses in Airtel for Leadership,Security as well as technology


Volunteer Experience :
1. Involved in education of economically deprived kids, conducting fundraisers with an NGO "SOCH"
2. During flood disaster in MP in 2016 I was part of the team that setup communications to emergency and disaster helplines for people affected by the natural calamity
3. Sarva Seva Sankalp Samiti – NGO from Burhanpur for Deaddiction centers, Vaccination Drives, Reforestation, Awareness
programs for Crimes against women.Participated in workshops near Indore and Burhanpur for Vaccination drives, Awareness Camps and planting of saplings for green drive.
4.Mentored students at GS Institute of Management for development of soft skills


Extra Curricular:
1. Head of student placement committee and President of club "Peregrination" in College
2. Designed college website for "Peregrination"
3.Paper Presentation on Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic at national level at Concours 2006 at KIT, Andhra Pradesh
4.Presented Paper on Mobile and Wireless Communication in Techvinox 2005.
5.Paper Presentation on MRI Scan Application of Fuzzy Logic in PIONEER 2K5 at College of Engineering ,Kolhapur
6.Second prize in "Wrocketry" organized at KIT Andhra Pradesh
7.Won HTML web page competition in School level competition

Please evaluate.

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