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Candidate:

Mr. All Quant No Verbal

About Me:

I am an engineer in the India office of a US semiconductor firm. I have primarily been a ‘tech’ guy and so tried to gain some finance and investment exposure and hence started the CFA journey (passed level I but deferred thrice for level II due to covid). GMAT went as expected 51Q/34V/8IR/5AWA given I am the stereotypical ‘quant’ guy 🙂

Details:

Undergrad School: Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

Undergrad Major: Electronics and Communication

GPA: 3.34

GMAT: 710

Age: 24,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: CFA Level I

School Name: CFA Institute

Extracurriculars: National Service Scheme Volunteer, Marketing Executive and Organizer of College Cultural Fest with 60k+ footfall.

Work History:

Title: Digital Engineer

Industry: Engineering

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 3 yrs

Big Life Wins:

– Recipient of multiple national-level scholarships during school education.
– Two publications in reputed International Conferences.
– Multiple Internal Recognition Awards at my current firm (US Tech/Semiconductor, Forture 500)
– Passed CFA Level I (deferred thrice for level II due to covid)

Post MBA Goal:

First and foremost, I am most interested in Tech PM Roles, but I am open to Tech Investment roles in finance firms. I am willing to try my luck at MBB or tech startups.

Schools:

Target School: UCLA Anderson

Status: Open

Considering: Berkeley Haas, Kellogg

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 35%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 35%

    Hi Mr. All Quant No Verbal,
    You know your strengths! This is Debbie Choy from mbaMission. I see that your Quant is definitely a big strength for you. Nothing wrong with that! Business school academics are quantitatively rigorous. That said, I also like that you have interesting, “non-Quant” extracurriculars, such as organizing your college cultural festival and participating in football. I think the key to differentiating yourself is to highlight some of these personal interests and explaining why you chose them and how they shape / influence you as a team player and leader. Ultimately, whilst your academic and professional track records are strong, business schools are looking for leaders. Consider using different stories (not just work ones) to showcase different sides of who you are …

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