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Student Profile Evaluation - HELP!

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GMAT 1: 680 Q48 V35
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New post 15 Sep 2016, 00:45
Hi guys i'm Omeet Singh and I need help in figuring out which schools I would have a good shot of getting into given my profile below. I provided a skeleton version of my resume and emboldened certain points for your easy viewing.

I have a keen interest in the Masters in Management with electives preferably in Finance.
Target schools: Duke Fuqua & Cass & Melbourne Business School

GMAT
680: 84 PCTL - Quant: 48, Verbal: 35, Argument Analysis: 5.5

Singapore Management University, B.Sc. (Economics), Singapore
• Graduated with a Certificate of High Merit (GPA: 3.24)

Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICADE (Exchange program), Madrid, Spain
• Corporate Finance (A-), Economics of EU (A-), Financial Markets (A), Int’l Marketing (A)

Aarhus University BSS (Exchange program), Aarhus, Denmark
• Intercultural Communication (A), Persuasion (A-), Renewable Energy Law (A-)

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Singapore
• International Baccalaureate (IB) Program – scored 39/45 points
• Nanyang Business School book prize for topping subject – Business & Management

WORK EXPERIENCE
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Byfar Pte. Ltd, Business Development Associate Intern, Singapore


General Insurance Association of Singapore (GIA) Internship Program –
Expat Insurance Pte. Ltd, Finance & IT Intern, Singapore


Singapore Armed Forces, Administrative Staff Assistant, Finance & Discipline, Singapore
• Earned Corporal First-Class Rank - only awarded to > top 5% of corporals upon specific recommendation from officers


COMMUNITY WORK
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Project Serve, Marketing Committee & Participant, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
• Teach English and build road for orphanage entrance

ACTIVITIES & SKILLS
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SMU Sikhs Inc., EXCO Member, Treasurer (Pioneer Group)

SMU Wakeboarding

IT Skills - Proficient in Microsoft Word & PowerPoint, Excel Modeling, E-views and Stata
Languages – English and Punjabi/Hindi, French language courses
Interests - Wakeboarding, Documentaries & Films, Travelling, Reading


Looking forward to your replies! :-D

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New post 21 Sep 2016, 06:12
Hi Sumeet,

I have worked with around a 120 people now for the MiM applications, and I can say that your profile is pretty good and has elements which schools will be really interested in.

For starters,

The international experience would be a big asset and a strong differentiating point.
The fact you studied in different schools and in different countries will be deeply appreciated.

You have a fair amount of work experience in some diverse roles so this would be helpful.

Further Community work experience is also something that schools appreciate.

Extra curriculars help of course.

Your CGPA is the only weakness I can see for now.

But i would suggest you take the profile evaluation we offer here (its free)
http://www.mim-essay.com/mim-profile-evaluation/

It will allow us to list your strengths and weaknesses and give a final verdict on your chances.

In the schools you mentioned, cass and Melbourne should be fairly easy targets for you.
Duke is pretty competitive and you will need to work hard on your application to stand a chance there, but i am sure its possible.

Let me know if you need any more help.
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Feel free to message me, if you have any MiM/MSc. related questions or want a detailed Free profile evaluation

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