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Hi there,

You're doing all of the right things for the HBS 2+2 program, but a couple of things to consider:

1) Since you are an Indian engineer (which is a tough demographic), I would suggest aiming for a 750+ on the GMAT
2) It sounds like you have been taking on leadership roles in your extracurricular activities and that you should have good internship experience at the start-up, but think about the impact you've been having in these roles

I hope this helps.

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New post 08 Dec 2017, 11:15
You’re on the right path with your academic and extracurricular performance so stay on top of those and keep pushing on both ends. Have you had any professional experience / internships thus far. Sometimes helps if you can highlight what professional initiative you have shown already. Think through and really formalize your interest in an MBA, career goals, and why the 2+2 program is an integral aspect for you. Now to the GMAT you’re going to really have to excel coming from your applicant pool so 740+ will need to be where you are landing


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