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Hello,

Please find below my profile below. Request you to please evaluate this and I thank you in anticipation for your help!

Age – 26 years Male, Nationality – Indian

Education: B.E.(Hons) - Mechanical - BITS Pilani. CGPA - 6.9/10 (WES reqd???)
GMAT – 720 (Q49, V38, IR6), planning to apply to primarily US B schools, also thinking of HEC & Rotman (safe imo)

WE:
3 yrs - Worked in a startup (based out of Bangalore) which operated in the private company research space and provided boutique consulting to PE/IB clients. Joined as Analyst in 2014, got promoted twice in the first two years and moved on from the company as Lead analyst (was involved in managing a team of 10 analysts who were Indian MBA grads). I held multiple roles in the startup from investment research to product management to internal org strategy and helped in scaling the startup from 10 to ~300 employees.
1.5 yrs & present - Associate - II at PwC Advisory (Strategy consulting practice),got promoted in the first year at the firm - Have worked on organization strategy, customer research & GTM strategy projects for clients majorly based out of the US.

Extra curricular
1. Active member of the alumni organization at BITS - Pilani (called BITSAA). Have been volunteering there for the last 2 years majorly handling the scholarships team
2. Got a project recognition award in PwC after just 6 months into the firm
3. Some volunteering in NGO work here at PwC.
4. Have been part of the fest organizing body back in college and was also a core member of the Gaming club
5. Numerous academic accolades in school, 11&12th

Post MBA Goal – Management Consulting / Strategy Consulting specifically in the area of Org strategy & cost optimization

I am planning to apply for Tepper, Ross, Mccombs, Duke (these imo are moderate for me), Wharton, Booth, Stern (these imo are ambitious for me) - all in R2

I would like to understand your view on my profile (as to where I stand) and what are the things that I need to do in order to improve my profile.
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New post 08 Sep 2018, 10:55
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You have great work experience and a good GPA score. I think the school's you're aiming for is definitely achievable. If you're considering Rotman have you considered Schulich as well?
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New post 01 Oct 2018, 15:06
saiprajwal1992 wrote:
Hello,

Please find below my profile below. Request you to please evaluate this and I thank you in anticipation for your help!

Age – 26 years Male, Nationality – Indian

Education: B.E.(Hons) - Mechanical - BITS Pilani. CGPA - 6.9/10 (WES reqd???)
GMAT – 720 (Q49, V38, IR6), planning to apply to primarily US B schools, also thinking of HEC & Rotman (safe imo)

WE:
3 yrs - Worked in a startup (based out of Bangalore) which operated in the private company research space and provided boutique consulting to PE/IB clients. Joined as Analyst in 2014, got promoted twice in the first two years and moved on from the company as Lead analyst (was involved in managing a team of 10 analysts who were Indian MBA grads). I held multiple roles in the startup from investment research to product management to internal org strategy and helped in scaling the startup from 10 to ~300 employees.
1.5 yrs & present - Associate - II at PwC Advisory (Strategy consulting practice),got promoted in the first year at the firm - Have worked on organization strategy, customer research & GTM strategy projects for clients majorly based out of the US.

Extra curricular
1. Active member of the alumni organization at BITS - Pilani (called BITSAA). Have been volunteering there for the last 2 years majorly handling the scholarships team
2. Got a project recognition award in PwC after just 6 months into the firm
3. Some volunteering in NGO work here at PwC.
4. Have been part of the fest organizing body back in college and was also a core member of the Gaming club
5. Numerous academic accolades in school, 11&12th

Post MBA Goal – Management Consulting / Strategy Consulting specifically in the area of Org strategy & cost optimization

I am planning to apply for Tepper, Ross, Mccombs, Duke (these imo are moderate for me), Wharton, Booth, Stern (these imo are ambitious for me) - all in R2
The brutal truth is that a 720 is middle of the pack for some of these top programs so it would help if you can up that just a bit more-- that being said-- I have worked with clients from India and seen them succeed at the highest levels -- H/S/W on less GMAT than this so it can be done. You need to be a super star on everything else-- and also really know WHY you want to be there. Duke you can engage early-- although at this point much of that chance has passed-- Certainly Tepper could be a good one-- and if you can engage and know why you want some of the others you may be able to break through somewhere.
I would like to understand your view on my profile (as to where I stand) and what are the things that I need to do in order to improve my profile.

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