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Please evaluate my Profile : Realistic chances for top 10 US

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Please Evaluate my profile as per the details listed below:

Nationality : Indian
Work Experience :
Years(as of now):- 4 years
* I am working with one of the Big 4 professional services Firm as a Senior Consultant(Just got promoted).
* I work specifically on Enterprise Resource Planning implementation & review projects as a Functional Consultant.
* Worked as Lead consultant in 5 different projects across different functions ( Supply Chain, Financials, Manufacturing)
* Responsible for Presales Activity( Business Development) in North region: working on proposals, visiting prospective clients, developing a broad solution and identifying process gaps.
* I have worked only for Indian clients and worked at 15 client locations. Therefore I have been exposed to real time functioning of both manufacturing and Services Firms.
* Active in Company recruitment drives.

GMAT : 720 ( VA 37(80%), QA 50(94%)). AWA : Awaited

Engineer from Top 15 engineering College), GPA: 7.7/10

Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) (91%)
Six Sigma Certified (Green Belt)

At College level:
*leadership positions Held:
Vice Chairman, IEEE student Chapter :-
Coordinator- biggest Technical symposium at college.
Organized events having participation in excess of 3200.
Started a robotics class for first years.
Organized first ever International Event with participation from Foreign universities.

*Member, College Lawn tennis team
*Secretary, Annual Community Lunch initiative for local tribals - This was a college sponsored initiative that aimed to uplift suppressed Tribal castes of our region.

Post Graduation:
Coordinator: Event management, Child Education & Public Relations Group, at an NGO(Education Initiative) for past 2 years.
* Increased enrollment for slum children in our school by 40 %.
* Organized public events and informed parents about importance of education & Hygiene.
* Convinced recognized private schools to admit bright slum children.
* Managing NGO Blog, writing articles for yearly magazine and dealing with corporates for sponsorship.

Vice President, Toastmasters Club, New Delhi.
* Day to day meeting management - deciding on theme, tracking projects progress.
* Won best table Topic Speaker at club level. At present competing in the division level contest.
* Competent communicator module completed.

Founding Member, Toastmaster Club in Delhi suburbs.
* the club is still very small in size but we are working hard to increase participation.

Personal Info:
I am an avid reader: world politics, History, Biographies.
I have done really long road trips : Driven across the highest motor-able road in the world( Ladakh, India) and many more.

Please let me know ..
1. Is my profile competitive enough for Top 10 US B Schools? What are the major loop holes in my candidacy?
2. Is my GMAT score enough? I am asking this because Indians tend to have the highest GMAT in any incoming class. Will additional 30-40 points create a difference?
3. I do not have any international exposure and it is highly unlikely that my firm will send me for overseas projects? How can I improve on this front?


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New post 21 Apr 2011, 06:17
There are several things in your profile which would potentially make for a good run at the top 10. Don't worry too much about no international experience--remember, your being from India is an international experience to US business schools. Yes, the Indian appliant typically has a high GMAT score (like you), but a marginal extra 20 or 30 points will likely not help you much. Your score is good, I would focus on crafting a compelling story which helps you stand out in the crowd now. Highlight your leadership experience, which is sometimes rare from your applicant pool. The fact that you have been lead consultant and that you have a full four years experience will be attractive. You also seem to be a leader outside work, which is very valuable as an applicant. Adcoms will like that you have not only participated in extracurriculars, but have founded a club. This may indicate to them that you will be a leader both in and out of the classroom and is the kind of icing on the cake which will help you differentiate yourself from other applicants with a similar background. Above all, make sure you have a clear and compelling vision for where you want to go post MBA and try to tie it into your path so far. This will indicate maturity and focus. Let us know if you need additional help.

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