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Candidate:

Mr. Aspiring Human

About Me:

Artist of logic and numbers, player of problem solving, clubber of perceptions, gamer of brainstorming ideas, passion for the combination of all.

Academic successes like being high school topper to being top 5 in Bachelor’s, are just a segment of my otherwise ever happening and testing life. Chess- the soccer of mind builds my analytical skill and boosts decision making. Tough personal life situations have made me resilient and persistent, causing me to keep putting in efforts. Perceiving the world, I find success in the process and not the results.

Details:

Undergrad School: Indian tier 1 city prestigious college

Undergrad Major: Accountancy & Finance

GPA: 7.0/7.0

GMAT: Estimated 700+

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: CFA Level 1 cleared and level 2 candidate

School Name: CFA Institute

Extracurriculars: Chess- journey of reaching 1700 blitz ratings from 550 in 9 years. Country lead for chess committee in current organization, Diversity & Inclusion committee member in organization, Voluntary activities for NGOs

Work History:

Title: Associate

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 6 mos

Big Life Wins:

If perceived wins as quantifiable, saved around 8+ FTE as part of being a Product owner in global automation project. Onboarded complex data in reporting system newly developed to be used globally by the entire 1.2 trillion IM business.
But whats a win without quality, known as problem solver accross , a lively personality, been told that I motivate people to achieve their goals. Isn’t it somewhat enough to sleep peacefully at night?

Post MBA Goal:

The skills set I possess are shouting to solve problems creatively and impact society in a positive way. So I reckon Management Consulting is my calling.
In the long run if Consulting makes me old in the early 50s, would love to teach young folks how to make this world a better, ethical and moral place on campus. Probably will brainstorm ways with those bright minds the way to achieve that

Schools:

Target School: Harvard

Status: Open

Odds:

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    Hi, Mr. Aspiring Human – Julie-Anne Heafey here from mbaMission. You seem to have a lot of fans in the Poets & Quants community who are rating your odds very highly at 75%! I hope that they are correct! However, I have some hesitations that make it difficult for me to give the same prediction. First, your age/experience – you are only 24, with just a few years of work experience, whereas HBS really values the perspective gained over a longer period of time usually because the Case Method really relies on students to “become” the teachers through case discussion. In my experience, HBS tends to admit male applicants with about 5-6 years of experience at matriculation. Second, I’m …

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