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I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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Hello bhaskarm

Based on you current GMAT score and possible increase I will provide you with possible top US schools that you should apply.

Rest of your profile is fine.


Average GMAT Score in US top 25:

1. Penn (Wharton) 730

2. Harvard Business School 729

3. Stanford GSB 737

4. Chicago (Booth) 730

5. Northwestern (Kellogg) 732

6. MIT (Sloan) 722

7. Dartmouth (Tuck) 722

8. Columbia 724

9. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 725

10. Yale SOM 727


11. Michigan (Ross) 716

12. Duke (Fuqua) 702

13. Virginia (Darden) 713

14. Cornell (Johnson) 700

15. UCLA (Anderson) 716

16. NYU (Stern) 714

17. CMU (Tepper) 691

18. Texas-Austin (McCombs) 703

19. UNC (Kenan-Flagler) 701



20. Emory (Goizueta) 682

21. Indiana (Kelley) 678

22. Washington (Foster) 693

23. Georgetown (McDonough) 692

24. Notre Dame (Mendoza) 674

25. Rice (Jones) 711


https://poetsandquants.com/2018/01/24/a ... -top-50/2/

I would advise you to structure your application list like this, you may pick one or two from top 10 as your dream school if you like, next lets say 3-5(depending on your budget and other things) should come from 11-19 pool, where I particularly recommend: Duke, Cornell, UCLA, Stern, CMU, McCombs and UNC and you should pick 1-2 from 20-25 pool as safety option, where I would recommend Emory and Foster as best schools.

All schools mentioned above will serve you well in your chosen field.


Good luck and keep us posted with you decision ! :cool:
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Thanks billionaire for the reply. Do you also know about an admissions consultant who is not too expensive for Indians, but still will be able to give reasonable results?

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Hello bhaskarm

Any good B school will look at the admission factors mentioned here while evaluating your profile.
A combination of your Academics+Quality of Work Ex+Clarity & Fit of Career Goals+Diversity makes a complete profile.
You will need a spike in at least 3 out of these 4 factors to get an admission and admission.
Since the GMAT (measure of academics) does not have a spike (700 is is below average for most of the top 20 schools), you will need to present your Work Ex, Career Goals and Diversity very strongly in your written application.
If we further dissect your profile this is what we get-
1. Academics- Indians are usually expected to score high and your current score is below the average score of top 20 B schools. Target at least 730+. But that alone will not make or break your chances.
2. Quality of Work Ex- The strength of your work ex is not measure by just your role/years/industry but by your career progress, achievements and real business impact. It is virtually impossible to assess the depth of your work ex with the info given.
3. Diversity- Indian. Male. Tech. One of the biggest and most competitive pool of applicant. To showcase diversity you must have either a very high GMAT, stellar achievements at work or strong extracurricular activities. Since GMAT is low and work ex info is missing, your ECA will have to step up here. Activities during graduation do not carry much weight (unless something stellar), your experience at Art of Living or IEEE may potentially help. But again, a laundry list doesn't tell anything about your personal contribution and motivations here.
4. Career Goals- You have mentioned functions you are interested in but they seem too disconnected. The functions must tie with your past experience, transferable skills (in case you are planning to switch) and missing gaps that an MBA will fill. Your long term goals should show an absolute need for an MBA and must fit what the school can provide (otherwise you come out as an employment risk). You could add to your research by reading here
To conclude, as mentioned, you need a spike in 3 out of 4 factors to stand a fighting chance. Assess yourself where do you have spikes and where you do not.
Needless to say how you tie in all of the above in your written application will decide the outcome.
Should you have further questions, feel free to reach out.

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bhaskarm wrote:
I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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Hello bhaskarm

Any good B school will look at the admission factors mentioned here while evaluating your profile.
A combination of your Academics+Quality of Work Ex+Clarity & Fit of Career Goals+Diversity makes a complete profile.
You will need a spike in at least 3 out of these 4 factors to get an admission and admission.
Since the GMAT (measure of academics) does not have a spike (700 is is below average for most of the top 20 schools), you will need to present your Work Ex, Career Goals and Diversity very strongly in your written application.
If we further dissect your profile this is what we get-
1. Academics- Indians are usually expected to score high and your current score is below the average score of top 20 B schools. Target at least 730+. But that alone will not make or break your chances.
2. Quality of Work Ex- The strength of your work ex is not measure by just your role/years/industry but by your career progress, achievements and real business impact. It is virtually impossible to assess the depth of your work ex with the info given.
3. Diversity- Indian. Male. Tech. One of the biggest and most competitive pool of applicant. To showcase diversity you must have either a very high GMAT, stellar achievements at work or strong extracurricular activities. Since GMAT is low and work ex info is missing, your ECA will have to step up here. Activities during graduation do not carry much weight (unless something stellar), your experience at Art of Living or IEEE may potentially help. But again, a laundry list doesn't tell anything about your personal contribution and motivations here.
4. Career Goals- You have mentioned functions you are interested in but they seem too disconnected. The functions must tie with your past experience, transferable skills (in case you are planning to switch) and missing gaps that an MBA will fill. Your long term goals should show an absolute need for an MBA and must fit what the school can provide (otherwise you come out as an employment risk). You could add to your research by reading here
To conclude, as mentioned, you need a spike in 3 out of 4 factors to stand a fighting chance. Assess yourself where do you have spikes and where you do not.
Needless to say how you tie in all of the above in your written application will decide the outcome.
Should you have further questions, feel free to reach out.

Best
Varun Sharma
+919137133507
Free Profile Review
MBAkarma.com
GMAT Score Predictor
info@mbakarma.com


bhaskarm wrote:
I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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Hi MBAkarma. Thanks a lot for a detailed review of not so detailed profile data. I understand you cannot predict accurately using the limited information you provided. However, your comment about the post-MBA career goals is a surprise to me. Considering my background, would you please share your suggestions about post-MBA career goals that seem to be feasible for me?

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Hello bhaskarm

My pleasure. On career goals bit I feel that at mentioning Digital Marketing and Management Consulting at the same time is disconnected. You should be looking at what goals align not just with your interests but also with your transferable skills in the past (which I'm not sure of going by the limited information). Tech Product Management looks realistic, but again, I'm basing my feedback on just the one line that you have written around your work ex (which has much more to it I'm sure). Also, with weak career goals and 700 GMAT- top 20 will be a real stretch, so be careful on that front.

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bhaskarm wrote:
MBAkarma wrote:
Hello bhaskarm

Any good B school will look at the admission factors mentioned here while evaluating your profile.
A combination of your Academics+Quality of Work Ex+Clarity & Fit of Career Goals+Diversity makes a complete profile.
You will need a spike in at least 3 out of these 4 factors to get an admission and admission.
Since the GMAT (measure of academics) does not have a spike (700 is is below average for most of the top 20 schools), you will need to present your Work Ex, Career Goals and Diversity very strongly in your written application.
If we further dissect your profile this is what we get-
1. Academics- Indians are usually expected to score high and your current score is below the average score of top 20 B schools. Target at least 730+. But that alone will not make or break your chances.
2. Quality of Work Ex- The strength of your work ex is not measure by just your role/years/industry but by your career progress, achievements and real business impact. It is virtually impossible to assess the depth of your work ex with the info given.
3. Diversity- Indian. Male. Tech. One of the biggest and most competitive pool of applicant. To showcase diversity you must have either a very high GMAT, stellar achievements at work or strong extracurricular activities. Since GMAT is low and work ex info is missing, your ECA will have to step up here. Activities during graduation do not carry much weight (unless something stellar), your experience at Art of Living or IEEE may potentially help. But again, a laundry list doesn't tell anything about your personal contribution and motivations here.
4. Career Goals- You have mentioned functions you are interested in but they seem too disconnected. The functions must tie with your past experience, transferable skills (in case you are planning to switch) and missing gaps that an MBA will fill. Your long term goals should show an absolute need for an MBA and must fit what the school can provide (otherwise you come out as an employment risk). You could add to your research by reading here
To conclude, as mentioned, you need a spike in 3 out of 4 factors to stand a fighting chance. Assess yourself where do you have spikes and where you do not.
Needless to say how you tie in all of the above in your written application will decide the outcome.
Should you have further questions, feel free to reach out.

Best
Varun Sharma
+919137133507
Free Profile Review
MBAkarma.com
GMAT Score Predictor
info@mbakarma.com


bhaskarm wrote:
I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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Hi MBAkarma. Thanks a lot for a detailed review of not so detailed profile data. I understand you cannot predict accurately using the limited information you provided. However, your comment about the post-MBA career goals is a surprise to me. Considering my background, would you please share your suggestions about post-MBA career goals that seem to be feasible for me?

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MBAkarma wrote:
Hello bhaskarm

My pleasure. On career goals bit I feel that at mentioning Digital Marketing and Management Consulting at the same time is disconnected. You should be looking at what goals align not just with your interests but also with your transferable skills in the past (which I'm not sure of going by the limited information). Tech Product Management looks realistic, but again, I'm basing my feedback on just the one line that you have written around your work ex (which has much more to it I'm sure). Also, with weak career goals and 700 GMAT- top 20 will be a real stretch, so be careful on that front.

Best
Varun Sharma
+919137133507
Free Profile Review
MBAkarma.com
GMAT Score Predictor
info@mbakarma.com



bhaskarm wrote:
MBAkarma wrote:
Hello bhaskarm

Any good B school will look at the admission factors mentioned here while evaluating your profile.
A combination of your Academics+Quality of Work Ex+Clarity & Fit of Career Goals+Diversity makes a complete profile.
You will need a spike in at least 3 out of these 4 factors to get an admission and admission.
Since the GMAT (measure of academics) does not have a spike (700 is is below average for most of the top 20 schools), you will need to present your Work Ex, Career Goals and Diversity very strongly in your written application.
If we further dissect your profile this is what we get-
1. Academics- Indians are usually expected to score high and your current score is below the average score of top 20 B schools. Target at least 730+. But that alone will not make or break your chances.
2. Quality of Work Ex- The strength of your work ex is not measure by just your role/years/industry but by your career progress, achievements and real business impact. It is virtually impossible to assess the depth of your work ex with the info given.
3. Diversity- Indian. Male. Tech. One of the biggest and most competitive pool of applicant. To showcase diversity you must have either a very high GMAT, stellar achievements at work or strong extracurricular activities. Since GMAT is low and work ex info is missing, your ECA will have to step up here. Activities during graduation do not carry much weight (unless something stellar), your experience at Art of Living or IEEE may potentially help. But again, a laundry list doesn't tell anything about your personal contribution and motivations here.
4. Career Goals- You have mentioned functions you are interested in but they seem too disconnected. The functions must tie with your past experience, transferable skills (in case you are planning to switch) and missing gaps that an MBA will fill. Your long term goals should show an absolute need for an MBA and must fit what the school can provide (otherwise you come out as an employment risk). You could add to your research by reading here
To conclude, as mentioned, you need a spike in 3 out of 4 factors to stand a fighting chance. Assess yourself where do you have spikes and where you do not.
Needless to say how you tie in all of the above in your written application will decide the outcome.
Should you have further questions, feel free to reach out.

Best
Varun Sharma
+919137133507
Free Profile Review
MBAkarma.com
GMAT Score Predictor
info@mbakarma.com


[quote="bhaskarm"]I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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Hi MBAkarma. Thanks a lot for a detailed review of not so detailed profile data. I understand you cannot predict accurately using the limited information you provided. However, your comment about the post-MBA career goals is a surprise to me. Considering my background, would you please share your suggestions about post-MBA career goals that seem to be feasible for me?

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[/quote]Thanks a lot MBAkarma for your honest suggestions. I will definitely work more on aligning my goals with my background. Moreover, I felt MBA can be a good opportunity to switch function and industry. So, aspiring for roles very different from my current one.

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bhaskarm wrote:
I'm an MBA aspirant living in Pune, looking for Admissions Consultants in Pune or anywhere in India. My credentials:

GMAT: 700 Q49 V36 - Preparing for another attempt
Undergrad: BE in Electronics and Communication from an autonomous institute under VTU, Bangalore
GPA: 7.65 out of 10
Work Experience: 3 years in a tech role in the global marketing department of a financial services leader (Fortune #210)
Extra-curriculars: Student Leadership at various scales, represented up to 1000 students; IEEE Volunteering, including Chairman of student branch in the college; volunteered at Art of Living; many initiatives at workplace

Would you be able to suggest US B-schools (top 20) that can open doors for me in one or more of these post-MBA job opportunities in the US:
1. Management Consulting
2. Tech Product Management
3. Digital Marketing

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What could be the chance of I getting an interview call from Indian School of Business (ISB)? I have ISB also in my list other than the US B-schools.

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I would suggest you to take experts assistance, who can guide you properly and can help you choose the right B-School.
To target top B-School you will need a competitive profile and enough knowledge about courses and scope for the same.
If you don't want to take consultants service for shortlisting B-Schools, try to contact alumni of top B-Schools on LinkedIn and ask them for advice/help.
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If You need a great Consulting Service from a person who has 10+ years of Work Ex, currently working with Jamboree as a senior editor and has client admits from Stanford, UC Berkeley, University of Toronto-Rotman, Cornell-Jhonson, Upenn Wharton, UBC, Columbia, UMich Ross, Schulik etc.... Visit Her LinkedIn and send her a message to get a profile evaluation. She charges relatively lower than other top-notch consultancies.

Read the recommendations on her LinkedIn Page
Find Gauri Khatri Senior Editor on Google and visit the LinkedIn Result.

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Thanks PoojaRajput for the suggestion. I will get in touch with a professional consultant.

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If You need a great Consulting Service from a person who has 10+ years of Work Ex, currently working with Jamboree as a senior editor and has client admits from Stanford, UC Berkeley, University of Toronto-Rotman, Cornell-Jhonson, Upenn Wharton, UBC, Columbia, UMich Ross, Schulik etc.... Visit Her LinkedIn and send her a message to get a profile evaluation. She charges relatively lower than other top-notch consultancies.

Read the recommendations on her LinkedIn Page
Find Gauri Khatri Senior Editor on Google and visit the LinkedIn Result.

You can call on +91-9315566182 to connect.
Thanks sachin.srivastava139. Can you please share the consulting fee of her?

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She charges 50K for 5 MBA Schools.
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