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Candidate:

Mr. 750

About Me:

I am working as an Analyst in the EY GDS Tax Law Department. Demonstrated history of working in Individual compliance of the US tax, Business Tax Advisory Transaction Tax, Global Compliance and Reporting, International Tax and Transaction Services. I have worked for diversified sectors: Life Sciences, Wealth & Asset Management, Hospitality, etc.

Details:

Undergrad School: Christ University (Top in the state, Top 5 in the country)

Undergrad Major: Finance

GPA: 3.43

GMAT: 750

Age: 22,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: CORe, Data Science Professional Certificate

School Name: Harvard Business School, HBS Online

Extracurriculars: I’m part of Volunteer for Cause India, a voluntary organization through which anyone can participate in the social change at their nearby communities, I’m co-leading an event called We Are Your Voice, a platform where physically disabled workers are helped to secure jobs in global companies, more than 100 companies participating in the event, some of the participating companies include Microsoft, EY, Flipkart, Capgemini, Sodexo

Work History:

Title: Analyst (Big 4)

Industry: Law

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Big Life Wins:

To some extent, I feel I have contributed to bringing smiles to hundreds of children’s lives by joining hands with my senior manager at work. Recorded over 10,000 pages of study materials in audio form for visually impaired students and have also organized and mentored PwD candidates in helping them secure jobs in global companies.

Post MBA Goal:

Switch my career to consulting. I would love to work in the Strategy & Corporate Finance practice of a major consulting firm and also leverage my big data and analytical knowledge to make myself involved in diverse sectors and eventually start my dream project in impacting social change and contributing towards the betterment of others.

Schools:

Target School: Stanford GSB

Status: Open

Considering: MIT Sloan, Wharton, Chicago Booth, Columbia

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 9%

  • The MBA Exchange | Odds Assessment: 5%

    Hi, This is Deepak Punwani from MBA Exchange, based in Mumbai. If you can think about profile building in 2 parts, you have done part one. But you now need to build on part two to become a strong applicant at schools on your list. If you are seriously considering top 10 US schools, my advice would be to look beyond E&Y tax for next two years. Consider a move to transaction services at Deloitte / KPMG or better still an analyst position in finance practice at M/B/B. Your acads are really good and Christ University, widely regarded as Bangalore’s shining star is now starting to make its mark in the books of adcom members too. But that wont be enough as you are competing …

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  • Liza Weale, Gatehouse Admissions | Odds Assessment: 5%

    I think management consulting is an excellent next step for you. Based on your work at PwC, the schools will recognize that you understand the client-service nature of consulting, and your stats and the technical nature of your work (reinforced by the CORe certificate you pursued) will give them confidence that you will succeed in the classroom and later as a management consultant. It also sounds like you’re very committed to making a difference in the greater community and have carved out leadership roles in doing so. That said, breaking into a Top 5 US b-school is ridiculously hard; I don’t want to mislead you! From my perspective, though, the good news here is that consulting firms recruit at many of the top …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 5%

    Hi Mr. 750! Thanks for posting. Krista Nannery from mbaMission here. Thanks for posting.
    I’m not going to sugar coat this…you’ve picked a really tough list of schools, and with only two years of work experience, the pressure will be on to show that you have a lot to contribute to the classroom. Your recs and apps will need to stress maturity and leadership ability. While not impossible — apply now and see what happens — I think you’ll have more success if you apply in 2022. During this period, look for ways to gain more international exposure, which is valued in candidates like yourself. Also, keep you your extracurriculars — given how interesting and unique they are, they truly will help you stand out …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 20%

    Hi, it’s Jennifer Jackson from Stratus Admissions. You have several parts of your profile that stand out, including the wonderful extracurricular work with disabled people, and a solid GMAT even from an overrepresented demographic. Your experience at EY is a great background for an MBA but it seems you’ve only been out of school for 2 years, which puts you at the light end of work experience. You’ll need to emphasize why now is the time to get the MBA rather than waiting a year or two. I did have a client from another consulting firm who applied with 2.5 years of experience and made a solid case through his promotions and what he’d learned already that it was time to move to the …

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