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HEC pairs has an average GMAT of 700. You can give another try and improve a few points close to 700 as the deadline is 30th January, you can give it a shot in another 15 days and work majorly in quant( you can improve quant in shortest possible time). but then, if you really don't have time, I think you must give it a shot with this score because there are factors which really may work for you, for e.g your advanced diploma in french, GPA and other extras. Good luck :)
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Hi,

I thought I'd give it a try! Greatly appreciate your efforts!

About me: 22 years old, female, citizenship in Western Europe, from a non-academic immigrant family

Education: B.Sc. in Management (top 20-25% of class), university is quite reknown in Europe, but probably not well-known outside of Europe; incl. exchange semester outside Europe

Target programs: M2M Double Degree and Grand Ecole MiM

GMAT: 700 (Q49, V36; retaking in two weeks but it's gonna be hard to improve I guess)

Internship experience: 2x Big 4, 2x Industrial companies (strategic and corporate finance roles), 2x asset managers, 1x management consulting, (total internship expeerience of 20 months) 1x volunteering program in a developing country, 1 TA position during undergrad studies in quantitative subjects

Extracurricular activities: leadership roles in several student societies, voluntary tutoring and mentorships to younger students (university and high school)

Languagues: 4 in total (but no french)

Do you think getting admission and maybe a scholarship is realistic, given my relatively low GMAT score? I am retaking in two weeks but I am highly uncertain whether I will be able to improve my score or not.

Many thanks! If you need more information to evaluate I can PM you as well.
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HEC pairs has an average GMAT of 700. You can give another try and improve a few points close to 700 as the deadline is 30th January, you can give it a shot in another 15 days and work majorly in quant( you can improve quant in shortest possible time). but then, if you really don't have time, I think you must give it a shot with this score because there are factors which really may work for you, for e.g your advanced diploma in french, GPA and other extras. Good luck :)



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Hi mashedpotatoooo ..
Welcome to GMATclub. Your profile is interesting and I strongly believe that you have a chance of an admit but can't say much about scholarship (how much). As you are a female applicant, you will have chances of getting some amount of scholarship. If you will increase your GMAT score, it will surely help to open doors for big scholarships. Use your experiences of internship and leadership activities with knowledge of 4 languages (does not matter if French is not there) to your advantage. Do not think 700 is a low score. It's a good score. Be positive and craft an impressive application. All the best!!! :)

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I thought I'd give it a try! Greatly appreciate your efforts!

About me: 22 years old, female, citizenship in Western Europe, from a non-academic immigrant family

Education: B.Sc. in Management (top 20-25% of class), university is quite reknown in Europe, but probably not well-known outside of Europe; incl. exchange semester outside Europe

Target programs: M2M Double Degree and Grand Ecole MiM

GMAT: 700 (Q49, V36; retaking in two weeks but it's gonna be hard to improve I guess)

Internship experience: 2x Big 4, 2x Industrial companies (strategic and corporate finance roles), 2x asset managers, 1x management consulting, (total internship expeerience of 20 months) 1x volunteering program in a developing country, 1 TA position during undergrad studies in quantitative subjects

Extracurricular activities: leadership roles in several student societies, voluntary tutoring and mentorships to younger students (university and high school)

Languagues: 4 in total (but no french)

Do you think getting admission and maybe a scholarship is realistic, given my relatively low GMAT score? I am retaking in two weeks but I am highly uncertain whether I will be able to improve my score or not.

Many thanks! If you need more information to evaluate I can PM you as well.

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Hi AshG ..
Welcome to GMATclub. We have moved your post to our profile evaluation forum.
I agree with Abhi077 . You need to improve your GMAT score to be competitive among Indian pool and other applicants. HEC programs are popular. It is recommended to make the profile overall good. As you are running out of time, you can give your best in crafting an impressive story. It would be worth to mention somewhere that you have the ability to score more on GMAT. French will be an advantage. Do your best and start preparing for GMAT again. All the best!!

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I am considering applying to a few masters in management and specialized masters programmes. I would like to request a Profile Evaluation and my chances for admission to HEC's MSc Strategic Management.

Background: Indian, Female
Undergard (2019 Graduate) : Bachelors in Commerce (Hons in Business Studies) from a Private University in Jaipur, India.
GPA : (credit weighted average) 83.43 ( Gold Medalist )
Also Hold an Advanced Diploma in French Language ( Secured 1st position)

Did an internship at an experential learning company as a Project Coordinator for 2 months. Worked with international participants during this time.

Extra Curriculars: Participated in and won several Debate Competitions ;
Served as Jt. Secretary at the University's Campus Commitee

Major Hurdle : GMAT 640( Q44, v34) IR-7
I won't be taking the GMAT again and deadlines are very close.
Should I not apply because of the low score?

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Hi everyone! I'm planning to apply for the full time MBA programme (Jan 2021 intake) offered by HEC, Paris. Would request for a profile evaluation and what would be my potential chance of getting into HEC.

About me: 27 years old Indian male

Education: Graduation from University of Delhi, followed up with a Chartered Accountant (CA) license in 2016. High school background is from Sciences stream.

GMAT: 690 (Q45, V40) - Based on the mocks that I have given thus far. I plan to give my GMAT in February 2020 and i'm targeting a score between 700 and 720.

Work experience: 3 years of internship (as part of the Chartered Accountancy programme) with a top 10 professional services firm in North India followed up with 3 years of work-ex with a big4. During my stint with the big4, I was promoted after the first 2 years and received consistent appraisals.

Extracurricular activities: leadership roles during my stint at the big4 including being part of various steering committees, part of Table tennis team during high school, maintain a blog where i write on pressing issues

If you need any further information, please drop me a PM or reply to this post. I'll modify it with the additional info. Thanks! :)
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Hi ravigupta2912 ..
You need to provide further details such as:

1. professional achievements
2. social cause/ volunteering?
3. Why MBA? Why HEC?
4. What are your short term and long term goals?
5. What's your future plan?
6. International experience / languages?

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Hi everyone! I'm planning to apply for the full time MBA programme (Jan 2021 intake) offered by HEC, Paris. Would request for a profile evaluation and what would be my potential chance of getting into HEC.

About me: 27 years old Indian male

Education: Graduation from University of Delhi, followed up with a Chartered Accountant (CA) license in 2016. High school background is from Sciences stream.

GMAT: 690 (Q45, V40) - Based on the mocks that I have given thus far. I plan to give my GMAT in February 2020 and i'm targeting a score between 700 and 720.

Work experience: 3 years of internship (as part of the Chartered Accountancy programme) with a top 10 professional services firm in North India followed up with 3 years of work-ex with a big4. During my stint with the big4, I was promoted after the first 2 years and received consistent appraisals.

Extracurricular activities: leadership roles during my stint at the big4 including being part of various steering committees, part of Table tennis team during high school, maintain a blog where i write on pressing issues

If you need any further information, please drop me a PM or reply to this post. I'll modify it with the additional info. Thanks! :)

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Hi ravigupta2912 ..
You need to provide further details such as:

1. professional achievements
2. social cause/ volunteering?
3. Why MBA? Why HEC?
4. What are your short term and long term goals?
5. What's your future plan?
6. International experience / languages?

ravigupta2912 wrote:
Hi everyone! I'm planning to apply for the full time MBA programme (Jan 2021 intake) offered by HEC, Paris. Would request for a profile evaluation and what would be my potential chance of getting into HEC.

About me: 27 years old Indian male

Education: Graduation from University of Delhi, followed up with a Chartered Accountant (CA) license in 2016. High school background is from Sciences stream.

GMAT: 690 (Q45, V40) - Based on the mocks that I have given thus far. I plan to give my GMAT in February 2020 and i'm targeting a score between 700 and 720.

Work experience: 3 years of internship (as part of the Chartered Accountancy programme) with a top 10 professional services firm in North India followed up with 3 years of work-ex with a big4. During my stint with the big4, I was promoted after the first 2 years and received consistent appraisals.

Extracurricular activities: leadership roles during my stint at the big4 including being part of various steering committees, part of Table tennis team during high school, maintain a blog where i write on pressing issues

If you need any further information, please drop me a PM or reply to this post. I'll modify it with the additional info. Thanks! :)


1. professional achievements
Been a top 2 rater consistently at the big4 for 3 years. Worked on several large projects which involved multiple stakeholders (network firms, multiple partners, client etc). Responsible for managing and being the single point of contact for clients. From year 2 onwards, I had a dedicated staff with direct line reporting to me.

2. social cause/ volunteering?

Not much to speak of. But since I have time, I plan on participating some of the volunteering programmes organised by the big4 where I'm presently working. But for the purposes of profile evaluation, would request if this can be treated as negligible.

3. Why MBA? Why HEC?
4. What are your short term and long term goals?
5. What's your future plan?


I think these three questions have lots of common strains and it is better if I addressed them together. This isn't an application answer right now, so I'll speak of my raw motivations.

I want to pursue an MBA because I want to work and eventually rise up the ranks (significantly) in one of the big3.

I want to transition from operational consulting to management consulting and generate significant value for clients across industries. The desire to work in the consulting comes from my current stint at the big4 where I have enjoyed client interaction, the consistent quest to deliver quality to clients not only in terms of the technical matter but also in terms of aesthetics.

And I believe not only does an MBA open the door for opportunities for working with a big3 but also provides you with the necessary skill set, tools, connections and perspective for it.

HEC because it is one of the premier institutions in Europe from where such big3 consistently recruit. Also the diverse nature of class adds up to the "perspective" which very much is valuable as you graduate and step into the professional world.

6. International experience / languages?
English & other Indian languages.

I plan to learn Spanish after my GMAT. However, for now, I would request you to only consider English.

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Hi ravigupta2912 .
Thanks for replying. Few suggestions-
1. You need to prove on what basis you are top 2 performer. Quantify achievements. Mention the number of team
2. You have few months to do add if you want to. You can also mention extra-curricular.
3-5. Climbing ladder. Transition from op. to mgmt. consulting. Start connecting with current students who are in consulting treks. Connect with alumni who are holding the positions you are looking for. They will guide you with their experiences.
6. Why Spanish and not French? Do you plan to settle in Spanish speaking countries? Additional language (not only French) is a plus.

I would suggest you to target at least 710 or more. Write compelling stories. Take up a volunteer work (not to show but to seriously get some learning). I hope once you are done with your GMAT, we can discuss further. All the best.

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1. professional achievements
Been a top 2 rater consistently at the big4 for 3 years. Worked on several large projects which involved multiple stakeholders (network firms, multiple partners, client etc). Responsible for managing and being the single point of contact for clients. From year 2 onwards, I had a dedicated staff with direct line reporting to me.

2. social cause/ volunteering?

Not much to speak of. But since I have time, I plan on participating some of the volunteering programmes organised by the big4 where I'm presently working. But for the purposes of profile evaluation, would request if this can be treated as negligible.

3. Why MBA? Why HEC?
4. What are your short term and long term goals?
5. What's your future plan?


I think these three questions have lots of common strains and it is better if I addressed them together. This isn't an application answer right now, so I'll speak of my raw motivations.

I want to pursue an MBA because I want to work and eventually rise up the ranks (significantly) in one of the big3.

I want to transition from operational consulting to management consulting and generate significant value for clients across industries. The desire to work in the consulting comes from my current stint at the big4 where I have enjoyed client interaction, the consistent quest to deliver quality to clients not only in terms of the technical matter but also in terms of aesthetics.

And I believe not only does an MBA open the door for opportunities for working with a big3 but also provides you with the necessary skill set, tools, connections and perspective for it.

HEC because it is one of the premier institutions in Europe from where such big3 consistently recruit. Also the diverse nature of class adds up to the "perspective" which very much is valuable as you graduate and step into the professional world.

6. International experience / languages?
English & other Indian languages.

I plan to learn Spanish after my GMAT. However, for now, I would request you to only consider English.

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Hi,

Here is my profile

About me: 27 years old, male, Indian

Education: Bachelor in Engineering Mechanical, CGPA 7.96/10, university is quite renown in India

Target programs: MBA

GMAT: 700 Q49, V36

Industry Experience:
1.Current- Assistant Manager at Maruti Suzuki (Automotive); subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan.
sep 2017- Current.
Model development and Lab management.
Constant interaction with Japanese counterparts.
Awarded 2 consecutive quarterly awards for my work in this Financial Year
Leading a team of 3 for lab management and coordinating with all department members for revenue budget

2. Manager at Reliance Industries Limited (Petrochemical & Refinery)
Jul '15 - Sep'17
Mechanical Maintenance and shutdown related activities
Led a team of 4 technicians & 4 contractual employees



Extracurricular activities: Volunteer work during college at an NGO CRY. Recieved 3rd position in paper presentation at University. Organized college fests.

Languagues: 3 in total (but no french)

Hobbies: Travelling and trekking; watching movies & Reading books

Do you think getting admission and maybe a scholarship is realistic, given my lack of international exposure?

Post MBA I want to be a consultant in energy sector. Is it possible to make that switch and if so how should I approach my application

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Hi subhsngh ..
Your gpa is good and gmat score is just above the average score of the class. Work Experience with big companies/group is plus point, however, you need to clearly define achievements. For ex. when you said 2 awards for your work - it is must to explain the work. Quantify some elements in your professional exp. Extra-curricular is fine. Languages are good. Switching function, industry and geography are the most common reasons for MBA. I am sure you can switch to energy sector. that. Some suggestions to think on:

1. Renown university name?
2. Try to increase your score to 720-730 (if you can) for better chances of scholarships
3. Which intake are you thinking to apply in?
4. Quantify the elements, introspect.
5. Why HEC?
6. Why you work as a consultant? Why Energy sector?
7. Where do you want to settle after MBA?

You need to be prepared for above questions and make a compelling story.
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Here is my profile

About me: 27 years old, male, Indian

Education: Bachelor in Engineering Mechanical, CGPA 7.96/10, university is quite renown in India

Target programs: MBA

GMAT: 700 Q49, V36

Industry Experience:
1.Current- Assistant Manager at Maruti Suzuki (Automotive); subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan.
sep 2017- Current.
Model development and Lab management.
Constant interaction with Japanese counterparts.
Awarded 2 consecutive quarterly awards for my work in this Financial Year
Leading a team of 3 for lab management and coordinating with all department members for revenue budget

2. Manager at Reliance Industries Limited (Petrochemical & Refinery)
Jul '15 - Sep'17
Mechanical Maintenance and shutdown related activities
Led a team of 4 technicians & 4 contractual employees



Extracurricular activities: Volunteer work during college at an NGO CRY. Recieved 3rd position in paper presentation at University. Organized college fests.

Languagues: 3 in total (but no french)

Hobbies: Travelling and trekking; watching movies & Reading books

Do you think getting admission and maybe a scholarship is realistic, given my lack of international exposure?

Post MBA I want to be a consultant in energy sector. Is it possible to make that switch and if so how should I approach my application

Thanks in advance!

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Hello folks! I want to know what are my chances of getting an admit from HEC Paris. I am a female from India and have a GMAT score of 720 but my academic records are not great with a CGPA of 7.38 out of 10 in my bachelor's(b.tech in Computer science and engineering) from a state university in India. I have 5 years of work experience in IT working as a software engineer at Infosys and Lbrands. No international work experience.
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Hi Anushmita, your GMAT is solid for that school and the undergrad bit won't hold you back IF you have some compelling example of teamwork/leadership/problem solving, where they feel your work experience will contribute significantly to your colleagues. I hope you are applying for January batch; your odds are a lot better there.
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Hello folks! I want to know what are my chances of getting an admit from HEC Paris. I am a female from India and have a GMAT score of 720 but my academic records are not great with a CGPA of 7.38 out of 10 in my bachelor's(b.tech in Computer science and engineering) from a state university in India. I have 5 years of work experience in IT working as a software engineer at Infosys and Lbrands. No international work experience.

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Thanks a ton for your review! I was curious how does jan intake increase my chances instead of sept if they send out more admits in sept? Thanks in advance for clarification!








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Hi Anushmita, your GMAT is solid for that school and the undergrad bit won't hold you back IF you have some compelling example of teamwork/leadership/problem solving, where they feel your work experience will contribute significantly to your colleagues. I hope you are applying for January batch; your odds are a lot better there.
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Hello folks! I want to know what are my chances of getting an admit from HEC Paris. I am a female from India and have a GMAT score of 720 but my academic records are not great with a CGPA of 7.38 out of 10 in my bachelor's(b.tech in Computer science and engineering) from a state university in India. I have 5 years of work experience in IT working as a software engineer at Infosys and Lbrands. No international work experience.


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Indians need to apply early because those seats get filled fast. Earlier the better. anushmita707

anushmita707 wrote:
Thanks a ton for your review! I was curious how does jan intake increase my chances instead of sept if they send out more admits in sept? Thanks in advance for clarification!








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Hi Anushmita, your GMAT is solid for that school and the undergrad bit won't hold you back IF you have some compelling example of teamwork/leadership/problem solving, where they feel your work experience will contribute significantly to your colleagues. I hope you are applying for January batch; your odds are a lot better there.
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Hello folks! I want to know what are my chances of getting an admit from HEC Paris. I am a female from India and have a GMAT score of 720 but my academic records are not great with a CGPA of 7.38 out of 10 in my bachelor's(b.tech in Computer science and engineering) from a state university in India. I have 5 years of work experience in IT working as a software engineer at Infosys and Lbrands. No international work experience.


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Hi..could you tell how small is the cohort for Jan vis-a-vis a Sept intake?

Thanks in advance.

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Indians need to apply early because those seats get filled fast. Earlier the better. anushmita707

anushmita707 wrote:
Thanks a ton for your review! I was curious how does jan intake increase my chances instead of sept if they send out more admits in sept? Thanks in advance for clarification!


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Hi bschoolhunter ..
The ratio of Jan to Sep intake is approximately 1 to 2.

bschoolhunter wrote:
Hi..could you tell how small is the cohort for Jan vis-a-vis a Sept intake?

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I'm planning to apply for the MIM program.

My profile is as follows :-
I am from India.
Average Academics:
10 - 71.45 ( Grade A )
10+2 - 66 ( Grade A )
U.G. [Under Graduation] (Bachelors of Commerce) - 63% Grade 'A'
(Top 20 Indian Universities) Graduated in May, 2018.

Extra Curricular :-

I have won many debate competitions
2 - National Level Competitions
3 years in a row during my U.G. in my institute

I have also won a couple Business Quiz Competitions as well as various other Business Competitions. Also have won the College of the year twice in a business competition for my institute.
I have also participated and won in a couple state level Soccer tournaments.
I was a part of the Events organizing committee during my Graduation.

Work Experience :-
I have been working for the past 10 months in the field of Accounting.
I have also participated in many other social and business competitions.


Please give me your views about what would be a good GMAT score for getting an Interview call as well as Conversion.

Also suggest what can I do to improve my profile for having better chances of conversion.

Thanks for your help and suggestions.
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Hi Abdullah09 ..
Your academics are average and what is the name of this 'Top 20 Indian Universities'? Your extra curricular looks strong but you need to get at least 720 to have a chance. HEC's MIM is renowned and popular. You would be competing with people who have strong profiles and GMAT 750.

You need to work on getting a high GMAT score and craft a compelling story.

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I'm planning to apply for the MIM program.

My profile is as follows :-
I am from India.
Average Academics:
10 - 71.45 ( Grade A )
10+2 - 66 ( Grade A )
U.G. [Under Graduation] (Bachelors of Commerce) - 63% Grade 'A'
(Top 20 Indian Universities) Graduated in May, 2018.

Extra Curricular :-

I have won many debate competitions
2 - National Level Competitions
3 years in a row during my U.G. in my institute

I have also won a couple Business Quiz Competitions as well as various other Business Competitions. Also have won the College of the year twice in a business competition for my institute.
I have also participated and won in a couple state level Soccer tournaments.
I was a part of the Events organizing committee during my Graduation.

Work Experience :-
I have been working for the past 10 months in the field of Accounting.
I have also participated in many other social and business competitions.


Please give me your views about what would be a good GMAT score for getting an Interview call as well as Conversion.

Also suggest what can I do to improve my profile for having better chances of conversion.

Thanks for your help and suggestions.

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