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Hello, I would appreciate if I could get answers to the questions regarding my profile below:

Questions:

1- Given my profile, what would be my prospects in the outlined schools?
2- Given my orientation towards tech & e-Commerce, would it help to prioritize US schools over Europe’s (or vice-versa)

Nationality:
Pakistani

Gender:
Male

GRE Score:
332. 168 Math (96 percentile), 164 Verbal (93 percentile)

Education:
Undergrad: Bachelors in Accounting & Finance from Lahore University of Mgmt Sciences (LUMS), where I graduated in the top 2% of my class with a CGPA of 3.9.
This includes spending six months in an exchange program at Waseda University, Tokyo - an opportunity awarded to only 2 Pakistani students each year.
Extracurriculars include experience as a Co-Convener of a journalism event where I led a team of 60 and organized an event for 100+ delegates from all over Pakistan.

Professional Experience (3 years):
In the past year, I have been working as a Pricing & Monetization Strategy Analyst in Dubai’s leading online marketplace, owned by Naspers - a $114 Bn. tech conglomerate. This role involves managing pricing projects from start to end, communicating with management-level stakeholders on the pricing opportunities & pain-points and analyzing transaction & customer data to identify trends and inform hypothesis.

In the previous two years, worked as a Tech & Business Resilience Consultant at a Big 4 firm in the UAE. The key highlight here was a Change Management project, where I led 7 Firm resources in managing and training 100+ client employees across 3 departments and designed communications to drive implementation of Microsoft Dynamics AX at a global education organization.

It was here that I also showed community involvement by conceiving a training program for office help staff to improve their communication and technical skills and enabled roll-out of program to other Firm offices in the Middle East region.

MBA Objective:
Continue my journey in the tech industry. Gain experience in the Silicon Valley - possibly at a start-up - to then be able to contribute to Pakistan’s thriving e-Commerce startup culture.

Schools:
Preference: HBS, Stanford, LBS
Backup: Berkeley Haas, Chicago Booth, Kellogg, Tuck
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You've got some interesting experience & you're coming from a unique demographic. B-schools get LOADS of Indian male applicants but not that many Pakistani ones. Your undergrad & GRE are solid, and the fact that you've worked in Dubai & in a pricing role is unique as well. The adcom is going to want to see the impact you've had at work. Do you have any results you can show for the pricing role? Have you saved the company money or generated revenue? You get the idea.

One place where you are going to want to do some work is your goals. You may have more specifics in mind that you just didn't share here, but the adcom is going to want to know exactly what you hope to accomplish in the ST & in the LT. If you join a start up in Silicon Valley post-MBA what type of start up do you plan to target & why? What title would you be seeking & why? And in the LT, how do you hope to contribute to Pakistan's start up culture? In a VC role? By starting your own co? If so, why type & why & what unmet need would you be solving? And why is whatever you plan to do your passion?

At the end of the day, your whole argument for why you need an MBA & why you want to go to xyz school rests on your goals, so those are going to be critical to determining whether or not you have a shot at a particular school.

All of that said, without more info, it's hard to say for sure which schools you have a shot at but I think you do have the makings of a strong application assuming you can show impact at work & assuming some strong clear goals. Assuming those things you have a shot at top 15 for sure. The specifics of your goals will also determine which schools are the best fit (i.e. Booth is known more for finance whereas Kellogg is known more for marketing etc).
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Age- 30 years

GMAT- 700 (Q49, V36, IR-6, AWA-6)

UG- B.E. in Instrumentation and Control from NSIT, Delhi

UG %age -79.7 (2nd ranker but no document for that)

12th-85.4%

10th-89.4%

Work Experience-8.5 years

Company- Indian Oil Corporation Limited

Department- Operations

Present designation- Incharge of a plant having annual turnover of Rs. 2400 crores and supplying petroleum products to 6 districts, heading a team of 18 employees, 50 contract labours, 300 Tanker crew.

Previous roles- worked in similar plants in different roles as supplies manager, safety officer, maintenance manager, second in command in 3 different plants including present one.

Professional achievements-

1. youngest plant incharge of IOCL at present.

2. developed a new supply model for a 500 crore customer to prevent him from switching on account of enroute pilferage from tankers leading to huge losses to customer

3. brought about market realignment to save 2.2 crore annually on logistics costs in the plant

4. designed the automation system for Rail wagons for which pilot project is being undertaken at my plant and post successful commissioning will be replicated on PAN India basis.

5. undertook capitalization projects worth Rs. 33 crores as maintenance manager in previous plant and Rs. 16 crore in the capacity of plant incharge presently.

6. All India winner of a series of online quizzes conducted by our operations department on various topics covering downstream oil operations.

7. My plant awarded British International Safety award for commitment to occupational health, safety and welbeing.

8. presented techincal paper to management proposing modification in core facilities in the plant to meet future challenges.

9. Developed e-learning modules for Operations department for effective training of employees, labour etc.

International experience- Nil

Extra curricular

1. Silver medalist at one National Level Painting competitions and have significant achievements in fine arts at various levels throughout school and college life.

2. President of college's annual cultural festival

3. Organised oil conservation rallies/signature campaigns

4. Provided borewell for local villagers near my plant.

Future goals
Plan A- Management Consulting
Plan B- Operations/downstream oil & gas

Background- Rose from a very low economic status by working for 8.5 years and considering an MBA now since I have stabilised my fiancial conditions.

Already applied-ISB

Seeking suggestions for alternate colleges to apply

Do I have any chances at top 15 colleges in US/Europe?

Please suggest where should I apply with the above profile and goals.
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Top 15 schools are going to be quite tough unfortunately. You are coming from the toughest demographic out there when it comes to b-school apps & it's one that tends to have very high GMAT scores for those top schools (740+). In addition, your age is going to work against you since you are above the average. Your work experience also sounds quite technical, which can make it difficult to show the business impact b-schools like to see among applicants. That's not to say b-school is out of reach but top 15 programs are going to be quite difficult to get into. I'd generally consider schools in the 25-35 range, and I'd also consider European schools, where the average age tends to be higher (and therefore your age will not work against you quite as much).
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Hello,
I'm an Indian applicant interested in applying to European B schools for their Jan 2020 intake.

My profile is briefly as follows and would be grateful for any inputs or suggestions you may have.

Education - 5 year law from Bangalore University and professionally qualified as a Company Secretary.

Work experience - (5+years) worked as a consultant with a local law firm and company secretary firm for about 2+ years. Trained to be a company secretary with a chartered accountancy firm for 1+ years. Currently working with a fortune 500 company as in house counsel and CS since 2+ years. Was promoted before1.5 years. I work with the senior management and manage the Board of Directors.

My exposure has been in litigation, financial reporting, consumer and service related matters, business negotiations, Board Management, government reporting, legal compliances and all regular legal work. I also worked as a grammar consultant for a Swiz based company that taught English to non-English speakers across the world. (this was during my initial career days). I have international exposure based on the contracts I have worked on with my company,but no travel abroad (just a vacation).

I'm yet to begin working on my applications and will be able to apply only for by April.

Based on the above, any inputs are welcome if you can spare the time. Thank you.

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MadhaviRS, thanks for reaching out. I wasn't 100% sure how many total years of experience you had based on what you shared here. When I do the math I'm guessing it's around 10? But I'm not sure if any of the work was concurrent. I was also unsure if you spent any time in any other grad programs (law school?) which might make you even older. The reason this all matters is because you ideally want to be right around the b-schools' average in terms of years of work experience as well as age. The average years of experience at LBS for example is 5.5 and the average age is typically around 29. When you are too far from those averages it makes things tougher for you as an applicant. The adcom starts to worry that you no longer need the degree.

Another important factor will be your GMAT score. Generally speaking you want to hit & ideally exceed the average score at your target schools (at top schools the average is typically 700-720). In your case, as an Indian applicant, you are coming from a competitive demographic & one that tends to have very high GMAT scores, so you'll want to be sure to actually exceed a school's average & not just hit it. If a school's average is 700 for example, you'll ideally want a score of 720+. Especially since you are coming from a non-traditional background the adcom will be looking to the GMAT to see if you are up for the rigors of b-school.

Finally, you'll want to be sure to highlight the business impact you HAVE had in your work experience so you can highlight your transferrable skills and again, convince them that you are up for the rigors of b-school. And of course you'll want to be sure to name strong, specific ST & LT career goals so they understand WHY you need the MBA.

I hope that helps as you think through your candidacy & target schools! Good luck to you!
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Hi, it would be great if you could spare a few minutes to evaluate my profile.

Age: 26
GMAT: 740 (Q50, V40)
Undergrad: Civil Engg, IIT
GPA: 7.1/10 (There is no direct conversion offered on a 4 point grade scale)
Professional experience: 5 years at matriculation
Working as a Sr. Product Manager at a large Indian diversified financial services company since the past 1 year.
Worked as a core team member leading Product Management & Analytics at a fintech startup for 2.5 years.
Worked as a Product Analyst (recruited from campus) for 1 year at a Tech Startup which was acquired by Amazon.
Good extracurriculars
Been engaged with 2 different NGOs teaching underprivileged kids for the last 1.5 years.

Post-MBA goals: Strategy consulting or Product Management

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Hello Jon Frank,

Thanks a lot for your response. I'm currently 29 years old and have about 5-6 years of experience.

I have a dual bachelor's degree in law. I also have a professional qualification as a Company Secretary.

Regarding GMAT scores, I do understand that my score has to be way above the average mark and I'm retaking my GMAT in about 3 weeks for the same reason. Your inputs have been helpful.

I hope that still makes me eligible for an MBA. Please do let me know your thoughts again.

Thank you.

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MadhaviRS, thanks for reaching out. I wasn't 100% sure how many total years of experience you had based on what you shared here. When I do the math I'm guessing it's around 10? But I'm not sure if any of the work was concurrent. I was also unsure if you spent any time in any other grad programs (law school?) which might make you even older. The reason this all matters is because you ideally want to be right around the b-schools' average in terms of years of work experience as well as age. The average years of experience at LBS for example is 5.5 and the average age is typically around 29. When you are too far from those averages it makes things tougher for you as an applicant. The adcom starts to worry that you no longer need the degree.

Another important factor will be your GMAT score. Generally speaking you want to hit & ideally exceed the average score at your target schools (at top schools the average is typically 700-720). In your case, as an Indian applicant, you are coming from a competitive demographic & one that tends to have very high GMAT scores, so you'll want to be sure to actually exceed a school's average & not just hit it. If a school's average is 700 for example, you'll ideally want a score of 720+. Especially since you are coming from a non-traditional background the adcom will be looking to the GMAT to see if you are up for the rigors of b-school.

Finally, you'll want to be sure to highlight the business impact you HAVE had in your work experience so you can highlight your transferrable skills and again, convince them that you are up for the rigors of b-school. And of course you'll want to be sure to name strong, specific ST & LT career goals so they understand WHY you need the MBA.

I hope that helps as you think through your candidacy & target schools! Good luck to you!
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MadhaviRS, ok great - 5-6 years of experience is WAY better than 10 when it comes to applying to b-school so that's good news! Unfortunately a professional qualification as a Company Secretary won't carry much weight with the adcom. Instead, they want to see the specifics of the business impact you've had. Like I said, the adcom is looking for PROOF that you are up for the rigors of b-school and they look for those in the form of examples of the impact you've had & leadership experience you've demonstrated both at work and in your extracurriculars. It can be a bit trickier when you're not coming from a traditional business background, but there are definitely ways to do it. And that's also not to say you can't get in when you're a non-traditional applicant (and in fact you can work it to your advantage to stand out from the crowd) but you do want to show the transferrable business skills you've gained and been able to use at work.

Your post-MBA goals will be important as well. As a non-traditional applicant who may not have had as much exposure to the business world as other applicants (and again, this may or may not be true of you - I'm just guessing based on the details you shared here), it's especially critical to show that you've really thought through your short-term (immediately upon graduation) and long-term (~10 years post graduation) career goals and the skill gaps you need to fill via the MBA to get there. You want to show that you've done your homework here & show the specific impact you plan to have in your goals as well as WHY this is your passion. Strong, well-thought out goals are another way to convince them that you really have thought out your plans for an MBA even if you are a non-traditional applicant.

Long story short, you definitely have a shot at the MBA but the GMAT will be very important (and I know you're working on that already!) as will the story you tell about why you need the degree & what you plan to do with it afterwards.

I hope that helps! Definitely reach out to us if you need any help thinking through your goals or your story. Claudia at claudia@admissionado.com can get you set up with a free consultation with one of our consultants!
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ACADEMICS:
STD X (ICSE BOARD)-74%
STD XII(MATH SCIENCE-STATE BOARD)-60%
Two year break in studies as father got paralyzed and mummy is a psychiatric patient suffering from Schizophrenia
Engineering- ANNAMALAI UNIVERSITY CHENNAI (TAMIL NADU GOVT. OWNED COLLEGE.
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1ST-EMPLOYER- JOINED BPO INDUSTRY WORKING FOR WIPRO FOR 6 MONTHS (NATURE OF JOB: TELE-CALLER : RESOLUTION OF ISSUE OF TELECOM SERVICE FOR UK PEOPLE)
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2ND EMPLOYER- MAHENDRA EDUCATION PRIVATE LIMITED( ASSISTANT MANAGER: NATURE OF JOB:TEACHING AND DEVELOPMENT OF CONTENT OF QUANT SECTION FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION) I WAS ADJUDGED BEST MATHS FACULTY PAN INDIA ACROSS 120 BRANCHES IN YEAR 2015
3RD EMPLOYER- BANK OF INDIA (PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING 4TH LARGEST BANK IN INDIA,DESIGNATION:CLERK(NATURE OF JOB: CLERICAL AND FINANCE WORK)
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4TH EMPLOYER-BANK OF INDIA (PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING 4TH LARGEST BANK IN INDIA,DESIGNATION:ASSISTANT MANAGER(NATURE OF JOB: MANAGERIAL ,CONTROL AND SUPERVISORY ROLE) CLEARED ALL INDIA COMPETITIVE EXAMS CONDUCTED BY IBPS(WHERE MORE THAN 30 LAKH STUDENTS HAD APPLIED TO GET SHORTLISTED AMONG 6000 SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES.
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5TH EMPLOYER INDIAN RAILWAYS: QUALIFED NTPC EXAM 2015 WHERE MORE THAN 1.25 CRORE PEOPLE APPEARED FOR THE EXAM AND ONLY 5000 ODD COULD QUALIFY TO JOIN THE SERVICE(HOWEVER DID NOT JOIN THE SERVICE BECAUSE OF BETTER JOB OPPORTUNITY)
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6TH EMPLOYER(CURRENTLY WORKING WITH) STATE BANK OF INDIA, INDIA'S LARGEST BANK AND WORLD'S 45TH LARGEST BANK AND THE ONLY FORTUNE GLOBAL 500 COMPANY IN INDIA RANKED AT 216. QUALIFIED INDIA'S 3RD TOUGHEST EXAM AFTER UPSC AND CAT I.E SBI PROBATIONARY OFFICER EXAM WHERE MORE THAN 50 LAKH PEOPLE APPEARED FOR THE EXAM AND MERELY 600 CANDIDATES COULD MAKE IT INTO FINAL LIST. CURRENTLY I AM WORKING AS AN ASSISTANT MANAGER NATURE OF JOB( MANAGERIAL,CONTROLLER ,SUPERVISORY AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT OF DAY TO DAY WORKING OF SBI BRANCH HEADING A TEAM OF 5 STAFF IN BRANCH AND DEPUTED AS A BRANCH MANAGER)
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sudhanshubanty, at first glance, this is a lot of jobs and a lot of jobs and a lot of employers. I'm not 100% sure from your description how many years of work experience you have. Most MBA programs are looking for applicants with 3-5 years upon matriculation. You want to be able to show strong career progression (ideally 1-2 promotions), and when you've changed jobs so many times the adcom can start to worry that things haven't worked out well with your employers or that you're unable to make a commitment. Your GMAT is strong, although you are coming from a demographic that tends to have very high GMAT scores, and it's the very toughest demographic when it comes to b-school applications since it's so overrepresented. A lot is going to depend on the specific accomplishments you've had at work (i.e. driving increases in revenue, driving decreases in costs, launching new products, leading teams) as well as your post-MBA goals and your argument for why you need the MBA.
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First of all Thanks for the reply Jon.
Just needed to clear few ambiguities.
I have a total work experience of 5.5
yrs
6 month IT BPO
2 YEARS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE(ASSISTANT MANAGER)
1.5 YEARS(CLERICAL) IN FINANCE PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING.
1.5 YEARS IN FINANCE IN MANAGERIAL ROLE.
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CHANGE IN JOB IS ONLY IN PURSUIT FOR BETTER CARRER
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THOUGH I QUALIFIED AND CLEARED 6 DIFFERENT RECRUITMENT PROCESS HOWEVER I HAVE TILL DATE WORKED FOR ONLY
4 ORGANISATION...
And change and shift in Job was only for a Carrer progression..
And not because of any dispute or ant unfavourable reason and circumstances.
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With the work profile that I have is it possible to make a CUT in top 20 B SCHOOLS with the help of Admission Consultant.
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First of all Thanks for the reply Jon.
Just needed to clear few ambiguities.
I have a total work experience of 5.5
yrs
6 month IT BPO
2 YEARS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE(ASSISTANT MANAGER)
1.5 YEARS(CLERICAL) IN FINANCE PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKING.
1.5 YEARS IN FINANCE IN MANAGERIAL ROLE.
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CHANGE IN JOB IS ONLY IN PURSUIT FOR BETTER CARRER
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THOUGH I QUALIFIED AND CLEARED 6 DIFFERENT RECRUITMENT PROCESS HOWEVER I HAVE TILL DATE WORKED FOR ONLY
4 ORGANISATION...
And change and shift in Job was only for a Carrer progression..
And not because of any dispute or ant unfavourable reason and circumstances.
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With the work profile that I have is it possible to make a CUT in top 20 B SCHOOLS with the help of Admission Consultant.
Thanking you in Advance.

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Thanks for clarifying, sudhanshubanty! Assuming some strong accomplishments at work you'll most likely have a shot at top 20 but it's a bit hard to say without knowing more about you. It would be ideal to see a copy of your resume! I'd recommend reaching out to Claudia at claudia@admissionado.com. She can set you up with an MBA consultant who can take a look at your resume, talk through your career goals & give you a better assessment in terms of candidacy for top 20 schools. Or if you feel comfortable sharing that level of detail here that works too. Like I said, your GMAT is strong, but the adcom will also want to see the results you've driven at work -- ideally doing things like increasing revenue, decreasing costs, leading teams, etc. They also like to see extracurriculars & the impact you've had there as well -- again leading teams, etc. And of course your post-MBA goals are critical since your argument for why you need the MBA rests on those. We are definitely happy to help & can give you better direction with more of that detail!
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