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Hello GyanOne Team, could you please review my profile for ISB?

10th: 94%, ICSE
12th: 85%
B.Tech and M.Tech Computer Science from IIIT (Bangalore). GPA: 3.61/4 (Dean's List). Graduated in 2017.

GMAT: 710(Q49, V38, IR: 8, AWA: 5)

Work experience:

9 months internship with Swiss construction firm Hilti, Kuala Lumpur as a software developer.
Joining them as a data scientist at their Kuala Lumpur office this August.

3 month internship at RMIT university, Melbourne with a paper accepted in an IEEE journal.

3 month internship at Yatra(Indian travel start-up)

Achievements: Won 1 international coding competition and multiple coding competitions at national level.

Extra Curriculars:

Founding member of E-Cell, IIIT
Actively working with two NGOs associated with my college
Lead Organiser at the college fest
Organised a few workshops in my college

Thanks in advance :-D

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Hello GyanOne Team, could you please review my profile for ISB?

10th: 94%, ICSE
12th: 85%
B.Tech and M.Tech Computer Science from IIIT (Bangalore). GPA: 3.61/4 (Dean's List). Graduated in 2017.

GMAT: 710(Q49, V38, IR: 8, AWA: 5)

Work experience:

9 months internship with Swiss construction firm Hilti, Kuala Lumpur as a software developer.
Joining them as a data scientist at their Kuala Lumpur office this August.

3 month internship at RMIT university, Melbourne with a paper accepted in an IEEE journal.

3 month internship at Yatra(Indian travel start-up)

Achievements: Won 1 international coding competition and multiple coding competitions at national level.

Extra Curriculars:

Founding member of E-Cell, IIIT
Actively working with two NGOs associated with my college
Lead Organiser at the college fest
Organised a few workshops in my college

Thanks in advance :-D


Hi Abhijay

Looks pretty good overall. Strong academics, decent GMAT, and good work experience. Some inputs:
- As you do not have 2 years of experience, you will need to apply through the EEO.
- Your internships are a bit diverse (i.e. not focused on one industry) and this means that you will need to carefully select learning and achievements from them to showcase.
- Your work as a data scientist will also be valuable. ISB values that background, so be sure to mention it. You might not have too much actual work to show in that role though, if you are applying now, but still mentioning what you have done so far will be good. You can also correlate your coding experiences with this.
- The international experience you have so far will add to your candidature. Be sure to mention that.

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed.
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Hi team,
Need review of my profile for ISB
GMAT: 650
Academics: BE- IT (64%)
MBA MARKETING(2 yr) CGPA 5.94/7
(consecutively among top 1% class)
12th: 74, 10th: 86
MBA EVENT MANAGEMENT(1 yr course)

Work ex: Total 4.9 yrs
Cognizant: 9 months as a programmer
Infosys: 3 yrs in Data analytics consulting
1 yr as a freelancer event manager

Extra curricular:
1. Published 4 research papers in leading journals across India
2. Leadership excellence award during MBA
3. Digital marketing certified
4. Leadership Positions on student bodies throughout BE and MBA
5. Multiple events organized and worked as freelancer across all categories like music, corporate, sports,etc.
6. Winner and finalist in many national level case study competitions.

Do let me know my chances.

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Hi Gaurav

While the rest of your profile is interesting, you will need to increase the GMAT score and bring it to around 700. The rationale for a second MBA will also need to be explained. At this point, please focus on increasing your score - if you can do that, you can certainly make it.
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Samcom wrote:
Hi Gyanone.. got a reject in R2, March. Requested a feedback from ISB and they replied with below pointers:

1. You need to work on articulation of your ideas before considering to re-apply.
2. You were not able to convey your strengths during the interview.

I infer that from point 1 that they are asking to improve on essays and from point 2 that i need to communicate well.
Any different insights on this? Would really appreciate your point of views.

Thanks


Hi Samcom

Thanks for posting. Here is our assessment:
- First up, please provide more insight into your profile. How much experience do you have/GMAT score/brief on ECA.
- The feedback seems to be a bit generic. Reason: if the articulation of your ideas was the issue, why would they interview you? Not saying that your essays were perfect, but it seems unlikely that they were the sole reason.
- The interview is a bit difficult to comment on, unless you provide some points on how it went. Was there a lot of questioning around your goals? Was skepticism expressed over your achievements? Were you questioned over the rationale for an MBA? By the way, the feedback in point 2 may not be that you failed to communicate well, but that you failed to defend your objectives to the extent they would have liked.
- We would suggest you review your goals, the strength of your essays, and create a better fit with ISB for this year. This year, there is no reapplicant essay, so your strengths need to shine through in the two main essays.

Do also go through the following links. They are directly relevant for you:
https://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-application-feedback/
http://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-admissi ... s-round-2/
http://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-reapplicant-chances/

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed.


Hi Gyanone

Below is my profile:

GMAT - 700 (Q48, V38)

10th - 87% - CBSE

12th - 71% - CBSE

Bachelors - 6.7 GPA - NIFT, New Delhi

Work Ex. - 7 years - Mostly in design and creatives domain of Apparel Retail. Currently working at Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail. Post ISB rejection, I have recently (3 Months) been promoted to Manager- CRM and Retail Marketing (I was looking for this profile for a long time. It is completely different from what i have done for the past 6.5 years)

Awards and Recognitions:

• Most promising new comer award, 2012-2013, by President, ABFRL.
• Exceptional Performance award for the quarter Q3/Q4 FY13.
• Exceptional Performance award for the quarter Q3/Q4 FY14.
• Excellence Award in Marketing for H1-FY2016.

ECAs
Active participant in Company CSR initiatives
- Worked with Samridhdhi trust as an educational evaluator of underprivileged kids.
- Worked for “Help Vidya Write”, an initiative by ABFRL to help underprivileged kids by providing them with adequate stationary.
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GyanOne wrote:
Samcom wrote:
Hi Gyanone.. got a reject in R2, March. Requested a feedback from ISB and they replied with below pointers:

1. You need to work on articulation of your ideas before considering to re-apply.
2. You were not able to convey your strengths during the interview.

I infer that from point 1 that they are asking to improve on essays and from point 2 that i need to communicate well.
Any different insights on this? Would really appreciate your point of views.

Thanks


Hi Samcom

Thanks for posting. Here is our assessment:
- First up, please provide more insight into your profile. How much experience do you have/GMAT score/brief on ECA.
- The feedback seems to be a bit generic. Reason: if the articulation of your ideas was the issue, why would they interview you? Not saying that your essays were perfect, but it seems unlikely that they were the sole reason.
- The interview is a bit difficult to comment on, unless you provide some points on how it went. Was there a lot of questioning around your goals? Was skepticism expressed over your achievements? Were you questioned over the rationale for an MBA? By the way, the feedback in point 2 may not be that you failed to communicate well, but that you failed to defend your objectives to the extent they would have liked.
- We would suggest you review your goals, the strength of your essays, and create a better fit with ISB for this year. This year, there is no reapplicant essay, so your strengths need to shine through in the two main essays.

Do also go through the following links. They are directly relevant for you:
https://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-application-feedback/
http://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-admissi ... s-round-2/
http://www.gyanone.com/blog/isb-reapplicant-chances/

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed.


Hi Gyanone

Below is my profile:

GMAT - 700 (Q48, V38)

10th - 87% - CBSE

12th - 71% - CBSE

Bachelors - 6.7 GPA - NIFT, New Delhi

Work Ex. - 7 years - Mostly in design and creatives domain of Apparel Retail. Currently working at Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail. Post ISB rejection, I have recently (3 Months) been promoted to Manager- CRM and Retail Marketing (I was looking for this profile for a long time. It is completely different from what i have done for the past 6.5 years)

Awards and Recognitions:

• Most promising new comer award, 2012-2013, by President, ABFRL.
• Exceptional Performance award for the quarter Q3/Q4 FY13.
• Exceptional Performance award for the quarter Q3/Q4 FY14.
• Excellence Award in Marketing for H1-FY2016.

ECAs
Active participant in Company CSR initiatives
- Worked with Samridhdhi trust as an educational evaluator of underprivileged kids.
- Worked for “Help Vidya Write”, an initiative by ABFRL to help underprivileged kids by providing them with adequate stationary.


Hi Samcom

Thanks for sharing the additional details. Your profile certainly looks very interesting. We would say you should have a good chance at ISB, but please go over the articulation of your essays and your career goals. 700 on the GMAT and 6.7 in terms of CGPA is not outstanding, but it should be good enough to get you there with a decent application.
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Hi GyanOne,

Please review my profile. I am applying in R1 and my GMAT is 710 (Dec 2015).

Academics-
10th - 82%
12th - 93%
B.Tech (Mechanical engg) - JNTU - 78%
M.Tech (Mechanical engg) - IIT Guwahati - 9.6/10
PG Diploma in Marketing management (1 yr part time weekend, 2016-2017) - SIBM pune - 8.24/10


Work experience - 3 years
Manager - New product development, Passenger cars at TATA Motors Ltd
Representing R&D in new product development team to create product configurations and concepts for 2019-2023.
Worked in liaison with finance, marketing, manufacturing and design teams
Coordinated with R&D teams across Europe and India to drive project delivery as per timelines.

Part time work ex of 1 year in family business (SME manufacturing) during under graduate.
Worked to reduce production costs and acquire new clients.


Extra curricular-
Placement coordinator at IIT Guwahati
Organized fests and events during under graduate
Squash player (amateur)
Tata Motors CSR volunteer


Post MBA I wish to work in Strategy/Business development.

I got a reject 2 years back for EEO. Should I mention it as a re-applicant.

Thanks in advance.


Hi lohit16

Somehow missed this earlier. Apologies. Here is our assessment:
- You have an excellent profile that should be very competitive for ISB along with a decent application
- Your academics are strong, the GMAT is above average, and you have a grad degree as well, all of which will add to your application
- Your work-ex in Tata Motors will be well appreciated. Any international experience to report as well?
- You will not be considered a reapplicant. Apply as a fresh applicant.
- The PG diploma in marketing gives you some business understanding already, so please be clear in your application why you now need an MBA.
- The goals you have mentioned are two different things. Do you wish to work in Strategy or in Business Development? You will need to choose one and clarify. You may be on the lower side of the work experience spectrum for Strategy, so please take that into account.

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed.
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Hi gyan one,
Pls review my profile. I am planning to apply in ROUND 1.

Education
10th - 92 %
12th - 96 %
College - college of engineering Guindy. Anna University. Chennai. Grade - 72%. Mechanical engineering.
Gmat - 710 (q49, v39, IR 5, AWA 4)
WORK EXPERIENCE :
5 years of running my family business. (Construction)
3 years as project manager- overseeing 6 projects and leading a team of 6 engineers
2 years as Managing Director - diversified my company's core business from construction to hospitality sector successfully.

MBA goals - to learn the nuances to scale up our business and also to work in a different company to learn new perspectives in operation management, brand marketing, sales etc.

Extra curriculars- served in governments National child Labour project and as a counselor for abandoned girl children in a Christian mission.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi gyan one,
Pls review my profile. I am planning to apply in ROUND 1.

Education
10th - 92 %
12th - 96 %
College - college of engineering Guindy. Anna University. Chennai. Grade - 72%. Mechanical engineering.
Gmat - 710 (q49, v39, IR 5, AWA 4)
WORK EXPERIENCE :
5 years of running my family business. (Construction)
3 years as project manager- overseeing 6 projects and leading a team of 6 engineers
2 years as Managing Director - diversified my company's core business from construction to hospitality sector successfully.

MBA goals - to learn the nuances to scale up our business and also to work in a different company to learn new perspectives in operation management, brand marketing, sales etc.

Extra curriculars- served in governments National child Labour project and as a counselor for abandoned girl children in a Christian mission.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi janakn91

You have a good profile there. Things to take care of:
- Family business goals need to be carefully positioned because ISB has a different program for family business professionals (MFAB). You need to structure your goals essay very carefully in terms of the value that the PGP will add to you.
- The first essay will also be important, because for many family businesses, ISB tends to look at the second/third generation as inheritors rather than as creators of value. You need to differentiate yourself as more than a manager in your family business. Some of the achievements you mention here can help you do that.
- Other than that, academics, ECA, and GMAT are decent. With 1.5 months to go, start focusing on your app and put in an excellent app for R1.

You might also find a couple of stories on entrepreneurship/family business professionals useful on this link: http://www.gyanone.com/blog/cornell-mba ... -business/

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed. .
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Hi everyone,

Could you please help evaluate my profile for ISB R1;

Personal profile :
Architect, 28 years, female, Married

Academic backround :
10th from Gujarat state board, India : 86%
12th from Gujarat state board, India : 65%
B.Arch, SCET Surat, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Distinction (66%)
Was in the top 5%, graduated second in the university, received 2 awards
M. Arch, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, Merit Class (69%)
Graduated second of my batch, received 3 awards
GRE Score: 327/340 (Q 163, V 164, AW:4)
(According to ETS, it should be an equivalent to a GMAT 700)

Professional background:
Jimmy Lim Design, Malaysia: Intern 6 months
ADD Architects, Surat: Junior Architect,13 months
Dar Al Handasah Consultants, Pune: Architect, 18 months,
Ratan J Batliboi Consultants, Mumbai: Senior Architect,13 months,
L&T: Executive Assistant to the Group Executive Chairman

Have worked worked for about 4 years, then have moved to a management role over the last 1 year.

Leadership:
Have led my college as Unit Secretary at national and regional architectural conventions. Won several awards-undergrad
Been cultural secretary of my student council – undergrad
Been Batch Representative – post grad


Please help me understand my strengths and weaknesses for the application and odds for selection.

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Hi everyone,

Could you please help evaluate my profile for ISB R1;

Personal profile :
Architect, 28 years, female, Married

Academic backround :
10th from Gujarat state board, India : 86%
12th from Gujarat state board, India : 65%
B.Arch, SCET Surat, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Distinction (66%)
Was in the top 5%, graduated second in the university, received 2 awards
M. Arch, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, Merit Class (69%)
Graduated second of my batch, received 3 awards
GRE Score: 327/340 (Q 163, V 164, AW:4)
(According to ETS, it should be an equivalent to a GMAT 700)

Professional background:
Jimmy Lim Design, Malaysia: Intern 6 months
ADD Architects, Surat: Junior Architect,13 months
Dar Al Handasah Consultants, Pune: Architect, 18 months,
Ratan J Batliboi Consultants, Mumbai: Senior Architect,13 months,
L&T: Executive Assistant to the Group Executive Chairman

Have worked worked for about 4 years, then have moved to a management role over the last 1 year.

Leadership:
Have led my college as Unit Secretary at national and regional architectural conventions. Won several awards-undergrad
Been cultural secretary of my student council – undergrad
Been Batch Representative – post grad


Please help me understand my strengths and weaknesses for the application and odds for selection.


Hi Sonia,

You have a solid profile and we would highly recommend that you apply to ISB. Some notes:
- Your GRE is quite high, and the international experience you have is excellent. Leverage this strongly. Do not go with a GRE to GMAT conversion here, a GRE of 327 is actually quite a high score, and would be considered on par with something like a GMAT of 730/740.
- Your background as an architect will lead to a lot of focus on why you wish to pursue an MBA. Please focus closely on this point.
- You have changed a few jobs, and your stints have not been very long. Please ensure that you have solid explanations for these.
- Other than that, your leadership potential is quite good. ECA is decent as well. All good on that front.

Hope this helps. Feel free to come back with more queries as needed.
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Hello GyanOne,

Can you take a minute to review my profile and chances?

Indian, Male, 24 years.

Class X - 89% (Andhra Pradesh State Board)
Class XII/Intermediate - 87% (AP State Board)
BBA - 6.9/10 - First Class (KL University, Vijayawada - NAAC A)
(Dropped out of BTech - in 6 months - to pursue my dream career.)

GMAT 1 - 660 47Q, 34V, 3IR, May 25th
GMAT 2 - 700 48Q, 38V, 5IR, Oct 5th

Work Experience - 30 months post-graduation work experience (by the time the class commences.) But 5+ years of overall work experience.

Entrepreneur with expertise in e-commerce focusing on Entertainment Industry. Started up at the age of 18 generating a turnover of around 1 crore in the first fiscal year whilst pursuing BBA. Have incorporated a company, with 5 years of good standing as of today, abroad in the same year to meet international business needs.

A crucial part of a shortlived event management startup. Presided over 10s of entrepreneurship meets in UG university. Part of core marketing team of UG university's marketing team for its national level Science andTechnology fest. Have not participated in a lot of social welfare programs apart from those conducted by the college.

Post-MBA goal: To continue as an entrepreneur scaling my business, entering new and superlative layers of the industry with the learnt skill from B School.

Please review the above profile and help me in choosing alternative schools too.

Apart from this, can I choose my ex-partner in business as a recommender? We worked together for 6 years on this line of business (although he never registered himself as a partner anywhere.) before leaving the company to join his father's business. He is also the auditor of the company now.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Are the recommendations needed by the due date too? I have submitted the name details, but the recommenders are yet to fill the details.

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