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Joined: 22 Apr 2017
Posts: 4

Kudos [?]: 5 [0], given: 1

Location: Singapore
Concentration: Finance, General Management
GMAT 1: 740 Q51 V39
WE: Project Management (Commercial Banking)
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New post 22 Apr 2017, 23:39
Introduction
I am a 26 years old, Indian male, working in Singapore for last 3.5 years in one of the largest Banks in Asia, intending to apply for MBA in Finance/ General Management in US. I am a passionate and confident individual with bold and deterministic attitude. I have a strong academic background (IIT Bombay - CGPA 8.19, GMAT 740, XII-92%, X-93.6%), with good work experience at Singapore (3.5 yrs at World's Best Digital Bank). I feel that my ambition, persuasiveness towards my goals and decisive nature make me a good prospective candidate at the top B-schools and a successful future leader.


GMAT Score:
1st attempt: 740


Education
- IIT Bombay - B.Tech, M.Tech (Dual deg) in Aerospace Engineering
- Undergraduate Research Award holder
- CGPA: 8.19/10

Work Experience
- 3.5 years in World's Best Digital Bank, selected for Graduate Associate program and Talent program involving top 1% employees
- Working as a Project Manager and Business Analyst in Retail Wealth Management, Corporate and Retail Lending
- Responsible for managing mid-large scaled projects involving teams across 11 countries
- Promoted timely, enhancing the role and responsibilities



Post-MBA Goal
I am looking forward to leverage on my managerial experience in early stage of the career and problem solving attitude to get into higher management and strategic roles in Financial services industry

Target schools:
- Wharton
- Stanford
- Chicago Booth
- NY Stern
- Columbia
- Kellogg
- Yale SOM
- INSEAD
- UCLA
- UC Berkeley
- Cornell
- Duke Fuqua
- Michigan Ross
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New post 24 Apr 2017, 09:28
maverick227 wrote:
Introduction
I am a 26 years old, Indian male, working in Singapore for last 3.5 years in one of the largest Banks in Asia, intending to apply for MBA in Finance/ General Management in US. I am a passionate and confident individual with bold and deterministic attitude. I have a strong academic background (IIT Bombay - CGPA 8.19, GMAT 740, XII-92%, X-93.6%), with good work experience at Singapore (3.5 yrs at World's Best Digital Bank). I feel that my ambition, persuasiveness towards my goals and decisive nature make me a good prospective candidate at the top B-schools and a successful future leader.Strong profile on academics/testing and also work


GMAT Score:
1st attempt: 740


Education
- IIT Bombay - B.Tech, M.Tech (Dual deg) in Aerospace Engineering
- Undergraduate Research Award holder
- CGPA: 8.19/10

Work Experience
- 3.5 years in World's Best Digital Bank, selected for Graduate Associate program and Talent program involving top 1% employees
- Working as a Project Manager and Business Analyst in Retail Wealth Management, Corporate and Retail Lending
- Responsible for managing mid-large scaled projects involving teams across 11 countries
- Promoted timely, enhancing the role and responsibilitiesTry to frame as best you can in terms of not just what you were responsible for but what you accomplished.



Post-MBA Goal
I am looking forward to leverage on my managerial experience in early stage of the career and problem solving attitude to get into higher management and strategic roles in Financial services industryTry to be more specific when you apply for MBA to specific target firms and roles

Target schools:I think that most schools on this list are possibilities with the caveat that Standord and Wharton would likely be amont the more challenging- particularly GSB. I don't see the leadership outside of work displayed here nor a real driving larger picture passion that informs your work. Good shots at Stern, Cornell, UCLA, Fuqua, INSEAD. Not on your list but could see you presenting well and possibly getting some money at UNC. To make the W/S/Booth/Kellogg, Yale, Haas more likely, would want you to expand on your leadership and your "why" and this is something Stratus can help people with. To learn more about how we could help, go to this link for a free consult: https://stratusadmissionscounseling.com ... b-visitor/
- Wharton
- Stanford
- Chicago Booth
- NY Stern
- Columbia
- Kellogg
- Yale SOM
- INSEAD
- UCLA
- UC Berkeley
- Cornell
- Duke Fuqua
- Michigan Ross

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