Real Good Odds For This Indian Do-Gooder At HBS. See Why

At one point in his life, 27-year-old Harshit Kohli thought he wanted to become a lawyer. So he earned his degree in law from the National Law University in New Delhi, interned at Jones Day, did a law clerk stint and then spent one and one-half years at the largest law firm in India working on corporate merger & acquisitions deals.

But then he pursued a passion, founding a foundation to improve agricultural practices in rural India by, among other things, helping farmers tap into government aid programs. With a 730 GMAT score, he intends to apply to Harvard Business School, Stanford and Wharton.

Can he get in? In this Friday With Sandy’s webinar, HBS Guru Sandy Kreisberg assesses his chances and provides some advice on how to increase his odds of success.

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