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hello, i need some profile evaluation. i am a recent graduate from a state university,India. i do not have any prior work experience on internships and a very little extra curricular activities. my targeted country is Germany. assuming my gmat score 680 ,what is my chance to get an admit in german universities?
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Please get at least some work experience. Without work ex it’s really difficult to get into good colleges.

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[quote="Laksh128"]Please get at least some work experience. Without work ex it’s really difficult to get into good colleges.

Actually i am aiming the MIM programme.. Its for freshly graduated candidates and those who have lil work exp.
Should i apply for some internshp?

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Yes you can join some intership alongside prepare for gmat and then apply for MIM programme. It’s always good to have work ex anyway.

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New post 19 Jan 2019, 19:36
Hi there,
For MiM programmes yes work experience expectations are reduced; that said depending upon when you graduated and when you would apply and potentially begin, it may make a lot of sense to get a job or internship, both for yourself and career, and from an admissions perspective. In terms of competitiveness, you should be able to view class profile info on websites for specific programmes and compare yourself, or contact admissions for info if not. Think about who might write your references, and look at the program application essays and think about your stories for those prompts. Good luck!
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New post 02 Feb 2019, 11:47
Request you to please evaluate my profile for HBS, Stanford, Wharton.
Gmat: not yet given but expect 720+
Education:
Chartered Accountant ( cleared most of the subjects with exemption)
CFA charterholder (cleared all levels in first attempt)
B.Com (Hons) : Delhi University - GPA 3.5
Class XII: 95.25% (Commerce)
Certification from Bombay Stock Exchange in Financial modelling
Work Experience:
College internship at EY in Risk Advisory (3months)
Deloitte: 3yrs as Articled Assistant in Assurance services
PwC: 9months in Deals Advisory (Financial due diligence)
Quit PwC to start my own transaction advisory firm. I am currently involved in private fundraising for startups. About to close a transaction involving a majority acquisition of one of my clients. Also, I am heading the Finance division (team of 7 members) for my family business.
Volunteer work:
Team lead CSR activity at Deloitte for a particular year.
Part of an NGO providing education to impoverished kids.
Helped a small school providing education to students that fall below poverty line, to register as an NGO and thus raise funds from Corporates.

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Hi Megha1412,

(Quick logistical note for future-- would be great to start your own NEW thread for future posts, fyi instead of adding on to someone else's, for clarity, thanks!)

So you may already know that Stanford's acceptance rate is often 5-6%, and HBS 10-12%.... odds are EXTREMELY difficult and I don't see too much in your profile at present that would help you stand out amongst the exceptional applicants that apply each year, so I would have to say these sound like too much of a reach IMO.... as for Wharton or other top 10 (ish) US schools, some depends upon how the GMAT shakes down (feel free to reach out again after that! and/or for a more thorough consultation at www.mbamission.com/consult), some depends upon how your work experience/career path lays out (it's slightly hard to follow timing etc as described) and your described reasons for the MBA and why now is the time, plus factors such as your essays and references.... how about focusing on the GMAT first and foremost since you can still change/impact that factor, and then assess options. Keep us posted and good luck!
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