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Consultant for an Indian Econ Grad for Insead

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Hello,

I'm planning to apply to Insead. I have completed my masters in economics, have 3 years of work experience and a 730 GMAT score. Could someone point me towards good consultants suited for my profile?

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Monicato wrote:
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I'm planning to apply to Insead. I have completed my masters in economics, have 3 years of work experience and a 730 GMAT score. Could someone point me towards good consultants suited for my profile?

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Hi Monicato,

While I won't directly suggest any specific names, following threads can help you choose a right consultant as per your requirements..

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Monicato if you don't mind me saying, I don't really think that certain admissions consultants would be effective in helping you or not based on work experience or GMAT score, or even your Masters in Econ. For example, I used to each macro and micro at the community college level, so this might help a bit if I were to work with you, BUT the drivers of success are really more about knowing how to coach you so the right information comes to the surface; identifying what makes you unique and fits with school culture/values, and of course communication abilities - many things unrelated to your profile. That is my 2 cents anyways; I have helped a lot of aeronautical engineers get into top 5 programs and I did not know jack about that line of work. FWIW.

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I'm planning to apply to Insead. I have completed my masters in economics, have 3 years of work experience and a 730 GMAT score. Could someone point me towards good consultants suited for my profile?

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New post 21 Sep 2019, 18:10
We work with many Indian applicants with INSEAD in particular. A 730 is a good GMAT score (stronger for INSEAD than for US - where competition is especially fierce for Indian applicants and mean aGMAT scores are higher).

Your brief description of yourself seems to check some of the boxes but frankly I'd have to know more in order to predict your chances or give you the advice that you are seeking on how to maximize your candidacy. What do you want to do post-MBA? Why are those your goals? What type of work experience has comprised the last 3 years? How has that informed your choice to apply to b-school? What kinds of activities are you involved with outside of work? How will these activities inform what kind of community steward and alum you'll be after b-school?

You are on the younger end of INSEAD, but you are in a sweeter spot for American top MBA programs. Assuming you have a good undergraduate story, good work experience and stellar and differentiated essays, you may have better luck with these schools than INSEAD, which typically attracts more experienced candidates.

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