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Hello, please evaluate my profile and let me know how it shapes up for an ISB application. Thanks!

10th: 92.6%
12th: 89.6%
Graduation: 7.78 CGPA
Qualification: B.Tech. , Computer Engg from NIT Jaipur
Work-experience: 4 years by July '17. Worked in tech consulting role at Deloitte and currently working at Microsoft with similar work profile.
GMAT: 680
Other relevant experiences: Student Placement Coordinator experience during college, and plenty of other hobby-pursuing addenda to mention and talk about.

You have everything going for you. A very good and consistent academic record, a great undergrad-college and some of the top notch companies in the technology world as your employers. Even your experience is in exactly the right bracket that ISB looks for!

Amidst all these positive however, there is a negative that is sticking out like a sore thumb: Your GMAT score is currently very average, to make you differentiate in the highly competitive pool that applies to ISB. Since there is still some time before R1 closes, my advice would be to work towards your GMAT and look for at least a 30 point improvement.

Looking at your score breakup, there is clearly work that needs to be done on verbal.
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Kindly evaluate my profile and provide feedback. Target institutes: ISB, XLSRI, IIMs and S P Jain Institute of management.

29 year old female.
Class 10 (ICSE) 90.4%
Class 12 (ISC) 91.6%
B. Pharm and M. Pharm from Jadavpur University
5 years of work experience in pharma industry
GMAT score: 700 (Q48, V38)

Hobby: cooking
I do not have any achievement or certificates to show regarding my hobby: cooking. Will that matter?

A very differentiated profile, great academics, and distinct work-experience are all factors that would work for you. Moreover, you have a decent GMAT score and the years of work-experience is also in the ideal bracket that ISB looks for.

In fact, a lot of Pharma Companies generally recruit from ISB, and hence your Pharma background would significantly enhance your candidature.

All good so far! Make sure now that your essays are immaculate and relect an extremely clear thought process vis-a-vis your future goals.
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Hi dear all ,ur guidance is important here..plz evaluate my profile n give suggestions..thanks

Age- 26 Indian Female

Gmat score-740

Work Experience -

2years in WIPRO TECHNOLOGIES

Handling family business of Event management

Qualifications-
BE computer science 77%
12th - 67%
10the-84%

Extra curriculum activities -
Awarded as 'Gem of College' award in college

Won reputed Speech competition

Awarded as Ideal student in School

Handled many events in School,college n in office.

State level actor n director in drama.

You have not mentioned whether you are still working in Wipro or are you full-time in your family business. Needless to say that your GMAT score is brilliant and the extra-curricular activities are also decent.

On the flip side, your total work experience (2 years) is on the lower side. However, we have seen over the years that ISB is quite open to taking students with lesser than 3 years of work-experience as well, provided that their application is able to reflect good potential for the future.

If you are full-time into family business then you might want to keep an answer ready for the question (in the interview stage) as to why you feel that MFAB would not be more suited to you.
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Dear experts,

I am targeting fall 2017 admissions (India and Singapore based schools)

Could you provide your inputs based on my profile , as below:

Nationality- Indian
Age- 26
Gender- Male
GMAT- 670 (33 V + 49 Q)
GRE - 153 V + 163 Q (Some B-schools are accepting it as well, I guess)

10th - 86%
12th - 81%
Graduation (Rajasthan technical university)- Electronics Engineering -70%
M.S. (Paris) - Embedded Systems - 3.23 CGPA
Certification course in management - London School of Economics

Full Time Work Ex (Semiconductors Field) by the time of enrollment: 46 months (Germany + France) - This role is mix of engineering and management across USA, Europe and Asia.

- Closely associated with NGO that provides help in social and educational upliftment of children in rural India
- Some international scholarships
- Awards of excellencies by previous companies
- 2 technical publications in international conferences (Germany and USA)
- Gold medal in Business model Simulation conference in Cambridge U.K.
- Annual fest coordinator during bachelors and masters
- Among top 8 out of 120 teams for Innovation award of ILE DE FRANCE Region, Paris France

Languages:
French - A2, German - B1, English - Professional, Hindi - Mother Tongue

Internships and projects : 24 months (Germany + France) - In field of defence, automotive and consumer electronics

Additional, Since I have not worked in India, will it impact my chances for ISB ?

You have a very decent profile overall. There are many things in fact that would work in your favour: Your significant work experience outside India, your decent academics, and your proficiency with multiple foreign languages, everything would work for you.

However one thing that does not currently work for you (thankfully this is not a "done and dusted" thing and something that you can definitely influence) is your GMAT score. If I look at your score, it is clear that there needs to be work done in Verbal (perhaps you focused too much on learning French and German, and forgot English in the bargain :lol: ).

Frankly, while your GMAT score is definitely below average for the schools you are targeting, however, given your profile, there is an even chance that you might be called for interview. However would you really want to be satisfied with this "even" chance? Since there is still time before the application deadlines kick-in, I would earnestly suggest that you prepare for GMAT (one last time) and see if you can push that score up by at least 30 points!
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Hi ,
Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

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Hi,

It would be great if someone can help in evaluating my profile

My latest GMAT score:660 (Q49 V31)


Academics:
Studied in NIT Durgapur. GPA of 8.04/10
10th : 84 %
12th: 89%

4 years work exp in Cement manufacturing.Working in Lafarge India as Manager,Operation Performance.Responsible for looking plant operation,production planning,performance monitoring.

Extracurricular- Not extraordinary

Hobbies: Cooking, Playing cricket

What are the chances of getting through ISB for Round 1 this year? or should I retake and improve my score and apply for Round 2?
Please advise.
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Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

Regards
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Hi Sourav

Please post more details about your work experience - what domain within IT do you work in / whether you lead a team / international experience.

Outside that, your Grade XII and B.Tech. scores are low, so you should try and aim for as high above 700 as you can (a 720+ would really help). You have not mentioned extra-curricular involvement so cannot comment on that as of yet. Can provide more insight once we have details on your work-ex.
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Hi,

It would be great if someone can help in evaluating my profile

My latest GMAT score:660 (Q49 V31)


Academics:
Studied in NIT Durgapur. GPA of 8.04/10
10th : 84 %
12th: 89%

4 years work exp in Cement manufacturing.Working in Lafarge India as Manager,Operation Performance.Responsible for looking plant operation,production planning,performance monitoring.

Extracurricular- Not extraordinary

Hobbies: Cooking, Playing cricket

What are the chances of getting through ISB for Round 1 this year? or should I retake and improve my score and apply for Round 2?
Please advise.


Biswa1991,

While there is a chance of you making it on the basis of your current GMAT score (we had a few clients last year who made it with the same score), we would recommend that you retake the GMAT and try and raise the score a bit to further cement your chances, especially given that your extra-curriculars are not very strong either. The fact that you have Operations and Production experience will be valued by ISB and will help differentiate you as an applicant. If you can increase your score to 680 and above, your chances will substantially improve (assuming you will put in a strong app).

You might also like to go through the following articles: (1) ISB admit with 660 GMAT; (2) ISB admit with 670 GMAT
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New post 26 Jun 2016, 14:18
Hi souravacharya

You appear to come from an overrepresented pool of candidates from a technology background. So it would be very important for you differentiate yourself to stand out. GMAT could be one way to do it. Aim for 720-740 and it will greatly help you. Anything less than that would make it very difficult for you to crack ISB.

In addition, if you have significant extracurriculars, describe them clearly and emphatically in the application.

You might also like to read:
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What B-schools look for and how they evaluate your profile

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Hi ,
Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

Regards
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souravacharya wrote:
Hi ,
Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

Regards
Sourav


Hi Sourav

Please post more details about your work experience - what domain within IT do you work in / whether you lead a team / international experience.

Outside that, your Grade XII and B.Tech. scores are low, so you should try and aim for as high above 700 as you can (a 720+ would really help). You have not mentioned extra-curricular involvement so cannot comment on that as of yet. Can provide more insight once we have details on your work-ex.


Hi,

Thanks for you reply.

I would like to provide details that you have asked for

At TCS i have worked for 4.5 years and worked here both as Developer (java developer) and Team Lead. I was working as a vendor for a huge domestic bank.
At Tieto, I am working more at individual capacity, changing into a new technology (ECM). In this i have been given the end to end responsibility for the execution of a project coordinating with other vendors and team. I was working as a vendor for a huge manufacturing sector company in Finland.

Extra-curricular - Nothing major just have been part of few CSR events
I am big foodie and among top 500 food reviewer (as per zomato).
I have certification in painting and my painting was put up or display in State Art Gallery
I have few tech certifications and Diploma Certificate in Business Analysis (TCS Business Domain Academy endorsed by IIBA)

So kindly suggest on ideal gmat score for my profile.

Regards,
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Hi souravacharya

You appear to come from an overrepresented pool of candidates from a technology background. So it would be very important for you differentiate yourself to stand out. GMAT could be one way to do it. Aim for 720-740 and it will greatly help you. Anything less than that would make it very difficult for you to crack ISB.

In addition, if you have significant extracurriculars, describe them clearly and emphatically in the application.

You might also like to read:
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souravacharya wrote:
Hi ,
Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

Regards
Sourav


Thanks for the response.
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Dear experts,
Please evaluate my profile:

* Citizenship : Indian
* Class X Percentage : 88.00
* Class XII Percentage : 78.00
* GMAT: 760 (Q50 V42 AWA5.5 IR5)
* Graduation : B.Tech in Civil Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat; GPA : 8.14/10
* Work Experience:(5 years 3 months)
1) Assistant Manager (Civil) with ESSAR OIL:
Job responsibilities:
>Site in-charge. Involved in execution of pipe racks and had a staff of around 20 people reporting to me.

2) Deputy Engineer (Civil) with Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, a state government department involved with constructing infrastructure for Industrial development in the state of Gujarat, India.
Job responsibilities:
>Involved in execution of Infrastructure Projects worth 30 million USD (Road, Water Supply, Storm Water Management etc)
>Daily interaction with the top level management of various multinational companies to resolve various issues faced by them.
>Marketing state policies and facilities in order to attract various multinationals in the state of Gujarat.
>Promoted once to hold dual responsibilities of Deputy Engineer and Chief officer.
>My overall work experience is mostly related to construction industry.

Extra curricular activities:
>Music: Visharad (Diploma) in Tabla (Percussion Instrument)
>Won two state level quizzes when in high school.
>Involved in coaching children suffering from cerebral palsy.

Target Schools:
1) Tuck
2) Haas
3) Darden
4) Ross
5) Anderson
6) Kenan-Flagler
7) Tepper
8) ISB

Post MBA goal:
>To enter real estate market and handle real estate investment for Investment Banks.
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You have a very decent profile overall. There are many things in fact that would work in your favour: Your significant work experience outside India, your decent academics, and your proficiency with multiple foreign languages, everything would work for you.

However one thing that does not currently work for you (thankfully this is not a "done and dusted" thing and something that you can definitely influence) is your GMAT score. If I look at your score, it is clear that there needs to be work done in Verbal (perhaps you focused too much on learning French and German, and forgot English in the bargain :lol: ).

Frankly, while your GMAT score is definitely below average for the schools you are targeting, however, given your profile, there is an even chance that you might be called for interview. However would you really want to be satisfied with this "even" chance? Since there is still time before the application deadlines kick-in, I would earnestly suggest that you prepare for GMAT (one last time) and see if you can push that score up by at least 30 points!


Thanks ISBeacon.

You have analyzed the English issue quiet accurately and definitely an "even" chance is not enough.

I will plan for a retake.

Thanks again.
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GyanOne wrote:
souravacharya wrote:
Hi ,
Please review my profile for ISB

5.6 Years of IT Experience (TCS and Tieto) .Worked with clients from different geography (INDIA, FINLAND).
B-Tech in CSE with 59.6% from The ICFAI University Dehradun
10th - 89.6% CBSE
12th - 71.4% State Board (Odisha)
Expecting GMAT- 700+

Regards
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Hi Sourav

Please post more details about your work experience - what domain within IT do you work in / whether you lead a team / international experience.

Outside that, your Grade XII and B.Tech. scores are low, so you should try and aim for as high above 700 as you can (a 720+ would really help). You have not mentioned extra-curricular involvement so cannot comment on that as of yet. Can provide more insight once we have details on your work-ex.


Hi,

Thanks for you reply.

I would like to provide details that you have asked for

At TCS i have worked for 4.5 years and worked here both as Developer (java developer) and Team Lead. I was working as a vendor for a huge domestic bank.
At Tieto, I am working more at individual capacity, changing into a new technology (ECM). In this i have been given the end to end responsibility for the execution of a project coordinating with other vendors and team. I was working as a vendor for a huge manufacturing sector company in Finland.

Extra-curricular - Nothing major just have been part of few CSR events
I am big foodie and among top 500 food reviewer (as per zomato).
I have certification in painting and my painting was put up or display in State Art Gallery
I have few tech certifications and Diploma Certificate in Business Analysis (TCS Business Domain Academy endorsed by IIBA)

So kindly suggest on ideal gmat score for my profile.

Regards,
Sourav


Hi Sourav

Thanks for providing the details.

You should be looking to emphasize your banking work and your work as a project coordinator. Development profiles are very competitive, and therefore you should be aiming for a 720+ on the GMAT.

From the extra-curricular activities you mention, please note that only the second is really an extra-curricular activity the way ISB would see it. The first falls better and more broadly into hobbies, and the third is professional.

All the best and feel free to come back with more questions as needed.
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Dear experts,
Please evaluate my profile:

* Citizenship : Indian
* Class X Percentage : 88.00
* Class XII Percentage : 78.00
* GMAT: 760 (Q50 V42 AWA5.5 IR5)
* Graduation : B.Tech in Civil Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat; GPA : 8.14/10
* Work Experience:(5 years 3 months)
1) Assistant Manager (Civil) with ESSAR OIL:
Job responsibilities:
>Site in-charge. Involved in execution of pipe racks and had a staff of around 20 people reporting to me.

2) Deputy Engineer (Civil) with Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, a state government department involved with constructing infrastructure for Industrial development in the state of Gujarat, India.
Job responsibilities:
>Involved in execution of Infrastructure Projects worth 30 million USD (Road, Water Supply, Storm Water Management etc)
>Daily interaction with the top level management of various multinational companies to resolve various issues faced by them.
>Marketing state policies and facilities in order to attract various multinationals in the state of Gujarat.
>Promoted once to hold dual responsibilities of Deputy Engineer and Chief officer.
>My overall work experience is mostly related to construction industry.

Extra curricular activities:
>Music: Visharad (Diploma) in Tabla (Percussion Instrument)
>Won two state level quizzes when in high school.
>Involved in coaching children suffering from cerebral palsy.

Target Schools:
1) Tuck
2) Haas
3) Darden
4) Ross
5) Anderson
6) Kenan-Flagler
7) Tepper
8) ISB

Post MBA goal:
>To enter real estate market and handle real estate investment for Investment Banks.


Hi,

Excellent profile. Strong ops experience, excellent GMAT, and great acads. No international experience though from what you mention. Real Estate IB might be a bit tough at some of the schools you have in your list, but judging just from an admissions perspective, most of them, with the exception of Tuck, seem ok (Haas is Reach). Wont get further into that aspect as this is a forum meant for discussions on ISB. For ISB, you are very well set in terms of admission.
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HaddyPainkiller wrote:
Dear experts,
Please evaluate my profile:

* Citizenship : Indian
* Class X Percentage : 88.00
* Class XII Percentage : 78.00
* GMAT: 760 (Q50 V42 AWA5.5 IR5)
* Graduation : B.Tech in Civil Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat; GPA : 8.14/10
* Work Experience:(5 years 3 months)
1) Assistant Manager (Civil) with ESSAR OIL:
Job responsibilities:
>Site in-charge. Involved in execution of pipe racks and had a staff of around 20 people reporting to me.

2) Deputy Engineer (Civil) with Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, a state government department involved with constructing infrastructure for Industrial development in the state of Gujarat, India.
Job responsibilities:
>Involved in execution of Infrastructure Projects worth 30 million USD (Road, Water Supply, Storm Water Management etc)
>Daily interaction with the top level management of various multinational companies to resolve various issues faced by them.
>Marketing state policies and facilities in order to attract various multinationals in the state of Gujarat.
>Promoted once to hold dual responsibilities of Deputy Engineer and Chief officer.
>My overall work experience is mostly related to construction industry.

Extra curricular activities:
>Music: Visharad (Diploma) in Tabla (Percussion Instrument)
>Won two state level quizzes when in high school.
>Involved in coaching children suffering from cerebral palsy.

Target Schools:
1) Tuck
2) Haas
3) Darden
4) Ross
5) Anderson
6) Kenan-Flagler
7) Tepper
8) ISB

Post MBA goal:
>To enter real estate market and handle real estate investment for Investment Banks.


Hi,

Excellent profile. Strong ops experience, excellent GMAT, and great acads. No international experience though from what you mention. Real Estate IB might be a bit tough at some of the schools you have in your list, but judging just from an admissions perspective, most of them, with the exception of Tuck, seem ok (Haas is Reach). Wont get further into that aspect as this is a forum meant for discussions on ISB. For ISB, you are very well set in terms of admission.


Thanks for your evaluation. I am aware that this thread is for ISB only. However, I was wondering about your opinion on Tuck. Is it because of the lack of International experience? A simple yes or no as an answer would suffice. I do not intend to distract this thread from its intended purpose so I apologize if I have unknowingly done that.
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Dear experts,
Please evaluate my profile:

* Citizenship : Indian
* Class X Percentage : 88.00
* Class XII Percentage : 78.00
* GMAT: 760 (Q50 V42 AWA5.5 IR5)
* Graduation : B.Tech in Civil Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat; GPA : 8.14/10
* Work Experience:(5 years 3 months)
1) Assistant Manager (Civil) with ESSAR OIL:
Job responsibilities:
>Site in-charge. Involved in execution of pipe racks and had a staff of around 20 people reporting to me.

2) Deputy Engineer (Civil) with Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation, a state government department involved with constructing infrastructure for Industrial development in the state of Gujarat, India.
Job responsibilities:
>Involved in execution of Infrastructure Projects worth 30 million USD (Road, Water Supply, Storm Water Management etc)
>Daily interaction with the top level management of various multinational companies to resolve various issues faced by them.
>Marketing state policies and facilities in order to attract various multinationals in the state of Gujarat.
>Promoted once to hold dual responsibilities of Deputy Engineer and Chief officer.
>My overall work experience is mostly related to construction industry.

Extra curricular activities:
>Music: Visharad (Diploma) in Tabla (Percussion Instrument)
>Won two state level quizzes when in high school.
>Involved in coaching children suffering from cerebral palsy.

Target Schools:
1) Tuck
2) Haas
3) Darden
4) Ross
5) Anderson
6) Kenan-Flagler
7) Tepper
8) ISB

Post MBA goal:
>To enter real estate market and handle real estate investment for Investment Banks.


Hi,

Excellent profile. Strong ops experience, excellent GMAT, and great acads. No international experience though from what you mention. Real Estate IB might be a bit tough at some of the schools you have in your list, but judging just from an admissions perspective, most of them, with the exception of Tuck, seem ok (Haas is Reach). Wont get further into that aspect as this is a forum meant for discussions on ISB. For ISB, you are very well set in terms of admission.


Thanks for your evaluation. I am aware that this thread is for ISB only. However, I was wondering about your opinion on Tuck. Is it because of the lack of International experience? A simple yes or no as an answer would suffice. I do not intend to distract this thread from its intended purpose so I apologize if I have unknowingly done that.


Hi

PMed you with the answer to your query to keep this thread specific to ISB.
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Hello, Please provide a feedback for my profile. I will be applying for ISB 17-18 batch in R2 cycle. Here is my profile.

X: 91% (CBSE), 12 - 71% (CBSE), B.Tech - 83.3 from VIT University.

Work Ex: 40 months as Scientific Officer in Dept of Atomic Energy, Govt of India. Work profile include operation, design and development, commissioning of critical plants as well as direct involvement in production activities of strategic metals. Also obtained an additional M.Tech degree as a part Dept training program. Got couple of awards and twice received outstanding grading from the department.

Previous work Ex: 14 months in R&D services sector in the role of member technical staff.

Few other achievements at grad level. Extracurricular is on the weaker side.

Gmat Score: 720 and thinking about retaking it.
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New post 01 Jul 2016, 03:29
Hi amit1689

You have a very interesting profile. There aren't too many people from DAE applying to ISB :)

Your M.Tech as well as, 720 on GMAT will also work in your favor. And with your background, I wouldn't worry too much about extracurriculars. Overall I'd say you are placed well for ISB.

However, I'm curious to know your post-MBA career goals and how you think ISB would help you get there. That's one of the most important parts of the application which many students don't tackle in the best possible manner.

In my opinion, instead of spending time and effort on retaking GMAT, it might help you to invest the same in working on your application. Also, I'd encourage you to apply in Round 1 if you can.

In case you want to know how we could help you in your application, let's set up a time to talk.

Good luck!


amit1689 wrote:
Hello, Please provide a feedback for my profile. I will be applying for ISB 17-18 batch in R2 cycle. Here is my profile.

X: 91% (CBSE), 12 - 71% (CBSE), B.Tech - 83.3 from VIT University.

Work Ex: 40 months as Scientific Officer in Dept of Atomic Energy, Govt of India. Work profile include operation, design and development, commissioning of critical plants as well as direct involvement in production activities of strategic metals. Also obtained an additional M.Tech degree as a part Dept training program. Got couple of awards and twice received outstanding grading from the department.

Previous work Ex: 14 months in R&D services sector in the role of member technical staff.

Few other achievements at grad level. Extracurricular is on the weaker side.

Gmat Score: 720 and thinking about retaking it.
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