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Joined: 31 Jan 2013
Posts: 7

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Concentration: Statistics, Finance
GMAT 1: 730 Q48 V42
GRE 1: 1410 Q800 V610
GPA: 3.37
WE: Research (Other)
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New post 31 Jan 2013, 21:59
Hey guys- Thanks so much for helping people like me out

24/Indian (born in the US)/Male - plan on applying for the fall of 2014

1) Work Experience
I Spent 1 year doing an education-based Americorps program in a mid-sized city in the South. I am currently working as a junior researcher for a research institute that studies education and is affiliated with a large, reputable research university. My job primarily consists of doing statistical analyses (ie cleaning data, regression analysis, and a bit of mapping). I have been at my job for 1.5 years. Also, before my Americorps year, I spent three months at a large internationally focused NGO.

730 (q48 v42). I also took the GRE and scored a 1410 (q800 v610)

3)College Info
Top 10 LAC. Majored in math and economics and graduated with a 3.4 out of 4.

4)Extracurricular Activities
In college I was President of Model UN and I tutored students at a local middle school twice a week. I currently am on the alumni board of the Americorps organization I worked for. Also hope to start tutoring students on weekends.

5) Target Programs
Best school I can get into - Maybe Wharton/Columbia/Chicago

6) Post MBA goals
I could lie and say I know want to do, but for right now I am unsure(obviously I would have a tighter story when I actually apply). Maybe transition to economic consulting.

Thanks guys!!!

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New post 04 Feb 2013, 21:35
Good profile for now--of course to improve it you will need to develop your vision for post MBA, just like you said. seek leadership opportunities at work and in your community over the next 18 months and you will be in a better spot from an admissions standpoint. You have a lot to offer, including being able to bridge the cultural gap with American and Indian students. Your top 3 are aspirational to be sure, but with your nice GMAT score and a well defined vision for your future, you could get some attention as long as you get some impressive WE logged over the next year.

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