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Hey there guys!
I'm from India, currently pursuing a three year undergraduate degree in business, from a tier 3 college.
I'm soon to be in my final year, so I've decided to start prepping for GMAT, hoping to score 720.
But the problem is, I've bad academic performance (75% in my school, 69% in 12th standard, 75% aggregate in my undergraduate).
Currently I'm also managing my mom's business, I'm handling her salon's marketing department to be precise, where I've done pricing, market research and recruiting as well.
Internships: I've done my Online Marketing and sales internship from a small company. I've even been awarded the best intern during my internship (3 months).
I'm planning to take up another internship soon after I'm done with my GMAT.
I've done a certification in sales.
Before that I worked in a hardware shop part time, for 7 months.
In India, due to a lot of competition and corruption, I wasn't able to join any state teams but I've been to open tournaments on state and national level, in soccer.
I'm the head to entrepreneurial club in my college, and I also headed a team of organisers in my college's annual fest.
Participated in various competitions and won a lot of them. In a few, I was happy with a participating certificate as those were also provided only to top 10 students in around 400 participants. (Like NASA SPACE APPS, where 500 people participated, and United Nation's essay writing competition, where 1000+ people participated and only 100 were given certificates)
I wanted to know which colleges I've chances in. (I'm not quite sure about any top colleges, so incase you see a spark that I can be admitted into top colleges, please point out the things I should do next.)
I'm looking mostly for deferral MBA programs but I'm quite interested in Yale's silver scholar.

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Burhanuddin wrote:
Hey there guys!
I'm from India, currently pursuing a three year undergraduate degree in business, from a tier 3 college.
I'm soon to be in my final year, so I've decided to start prepping for GMAT, hoping to score 720.
But the problem is, I've bad academic performance (75% in my school, 69% in 12th standard, 75% aggregate in my undergraduate).
Currently I'm also managing my mom's business, I'm handling her salon's marketing department to be precise, where I've done pricing, market research and recruiting as well.
Internships: I've done my Online Marketing and sales internship from a small company. I've even been awarded the best intern during my internship (3 months).
I'm planning to take up another internship soon after I'm done with my GMAT.
I've done a certification in sales.
Before that I worked in a hardware shop part time, for 7 months.
In India, due to a lot of competition and corruption, I wasn't able to join any state teams but I've been to open tournaments on state and national level, in soccer.
I'm the head to entrepreneurial club in my college, and I also headed a team of organisers in my college's annual fest.
Participated in various competitions and won a lot of them. In a few, I was happy with a participating certificate as those were also provided only to top 10 students in around 400 participants. (Like NASA SPACE APPS, where 500 people participated, and United Nation's essay writing competition, where 1000+ people participated and only 100 were given certificates)
I wanted to know which colleges I've chances in. (I'm not quite sure about any top colleges, so incase you see a spark that I can be admitted into top colleges, please point out the things I should do next.)
I'm looking mostly for deferral MBA programs but I'm quite interested in Yale's silver scholar.

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Burhanuddin, when it comes to deferred programs, there are not a LOT of options out there.

You are building a reasonably balanced profile there. So it might be worth giving a shot to a good number of programs. Read here on options.
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