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Location: Mexico
Schools: HBS 2+2 '22 (S)
GMAT 1: 620 Q41 V35
GPA: 3.7
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Hi, I am a 24 year old Mexican male, currently applying to three deferred admittance MBA Programs (HBS MBA 2+2, GSB and IESE YTP)

Here are my details:

GMAT- Aiming at 690-720 according to several practice tests.

Education:
Undergraduate- Tecnologico de Monterrey. Mechanical Engineering, International Honors Program. 90/100. 50% Academic Talent Scholarship
Graduate (Dual-Degree Program)- Southern Methodist University. M. Sc. Engineering Management. GPA: 3.5
Academic exchange in Germany as part of the DAAD Program (obtained a scholarship by the German government)

Work Experience:
10 Months as a Strategic Planning Intern at a 3.5BUSD Automotive and Agroindustrial Consortium in Monterrey, Mexico
9 Months as a Project Management Intern at a Automotive R&D, Renewable Energy and Technologies Group in Munich, Germany
4 Months as a Telecommunications Intern at a Telecommunications Company in Monterrey, Mexico
5 Months as a Quality Intern at an IT Startup in Monterrey, Mexico
3 Months as a Quality Intern at a GE Subsidiary in Monterrey, Mexico

Extracurriculars:
1st National Place High School Entrepreneurship Competition
Top 5 University Entrepreneurship Competition
Vice-President Mechanical Engineering Student Council
Guitar player for more than 10 years
Four languages: English (109/120), Spanish (Native), German (C1), French (B1)

Community Service:
1.5 years teaching values and virtues to underpriviledged children in Mexico
6 months teaching MS Office to underpriviledged children and adults

Questions:
I would like to know my chance of getting into the afore mentioned programs
1- How relevant would my GMAT score be? If I obtain 690 will it hurt my chances by a lot?
2- My essay topic is about resilience and the challenges I've had to overcome to obtain the experiences I have, is it an interesting topic?
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New post 24 Jan 2018, 13:56
Adlozanos wrote:
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Hi @adlozanos- thanks for reaching out. Will reply below.
Hi, I am a 24 year old Mexican male, currently applying to three deferred admittance MBA Programs (HBS MBA 2+2, GSB and IESE YTP)

Here are my details:

GMAT- Aiming at 690-720 according to several practice tests.

Education:
Undergraduate- Tecnologico de Monterrey. Mechanical Engineering, International Honors Program. 90/100. 50% Academic Talent Scholarship
Graduate (Dual-Degree Program)- Southern Methodist University. M. Sc. Engineering Management. GPA: 3.5
Academic exchange in Germany as part of the DAAD Program (obtained a scholarship by the German government)

Work Experience:
10 Months as a Strategic Planning Intern at a 3.5BUSD Automotive and Agroindustrial Consortium in Monterrey, Mexico
9 Months as a Project Management Intern at a Automotive R&D, Renewable Energy and Technologies Group in Munich, Germany
4 Months as a Telecommunications Intern at a Telecommunications Company in Monterrey, Mexico
5 Months as a Quality Intern at an IT Startup in Monterrey, Mexico
3 Months as a Quality Intern at a GE Subsidiary in Monterrey, Mexico

Extracurriculars:
1st National Place High School Entrepreneurship Competition
Top 5 University Entrepreneurship Competition
Vice-President Mechanical Engineering Student Council
Guitar player for more than 10 years
Four languages: English (109/120), Spanish (Native), German (C1), French (B1)

Community Service:
1.5 years teaching values and virtues to underpriviledged children in Mexico
6 months teaching MS Office to underpriviledged children and adults

Questions:
I would like to know my chance of getting into the afore mentioned programs
1- How relevant would my GMAT score be? If I obtain 690 will it hurt my chances by a lot? you have to put this in the context of the pool you are applying from... from Mexico a 690 is not as far off the mark as the average-- but that being said-- when HBS or any school admits for deferred status-- it means they are betting on you to be a top performer... based on something... leadership, grades or GMAT or all 3. So having a high score helps-- it is not everything but it helps. I suggest you apply with the best score you can get-- take it as many times as you think will be effective-- then focus on what else you control- like the essays.
2- My essay topic is about resilience and the challenges I've had to overcome to obtain the experiences I have, is it an interesting topic?
Depending on how you tell the story-- and how it fits into context of your application overall. We can help you tell your most compelling narrative.
If you want help with that-- reach out at this link: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/

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