Candidate:

Mr. Alpinist

About Me:

I work in the healthcare division of a top investment banking. I have been with this firm for over 4 years beginning as an intern in college, progressing through the analyst program, and receiving a promotion to associate. I am also an NCAA Division III athlete and team captain.

Details:

Undergrad School: Top NESCAC school

Undergrad Major: Economics & Computer Science

GPA: 3.6

GRE: 324

Age: 26,  Ethnicity: White

Extracurriculars: Bike charity - volunteer as a bike mechanic to provide bikes for kids in low income neighborhoods. Alpinist - in my free time I have worked to become a certified mountain guide, leading expeditions in the western continental US, Canada, Alaska, Norway, Pakistan, and Nepal.

Work History:

Title: Associate

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Top Firm

Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 3 mos

Big Life Wins:

Sole analyst in my class to be offered a promotion to the associate level. Worked on a team to finance the largest follow-on equity offering in the healthcare space in the year 2020.

Post MBA Goal:

Corporate development or business strategy at a top healthcare company.

Schools:

Target School: Tuck

Status: Waitlisted

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 35%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 35%

    Hello Mr. Alpinist, this is Michael from mbaMission.
    Good luck on the waitlist!
    The MBA application is process, and they will continue to evaluate your stats, work experience, and extracurricular involvement. In terms of your stats, it is clear you have the quantitative ability to succeed in the classroom, given your GRE score which is a bit above the average of Tuck, as well as because of your solid GPA in an quantitative degree. Your work experience can really help you stand out. I like that you have already stood out at work and been promoted. However, you will have to illustrate the impact you have made over your last few years, and to show why you have stood out among your peers there. Additionally, it would …

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