Mr. Dual Degree

About Me:

I’m a computer science graduate (2021) and have been working with a global service based firm as a Tech-Consultant. As a team lead, I have helped big industries to undergo technological transformation with green field migration which helped them to streamline their operations, manage business processes, and make data-driven decisions.


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Undergrad School: Amity University

Undergrad Major: Computer Science

GPA: 2.7

GMAT: 730

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Model United Nation (MUN) | BRICS Youth Energy Agency (YEA) | UNICEF

Work History:

Title: Tech-Consultant

Industry: Consulting

Company: Global

Length of Employment: 3 yrs, 2 mos

Big Life Wins:

I became the youngest among my peers to obtain a managerial role, with members ranging from 15 to 20 under my direct subordination. In my personal life, I have been a member of BRICS YEA, where I collaborated with young scientists from various backgrounds and designed a solution for reducing toxic waste, raising 1 million USD from stakeholders.

Post MBA Goal:

My short term post MBA goal is to join a global consulting firm managing an important portfolio which would allow me to understand the dynamics of business world and give me a world wide exposure and far reaching network. As my long term goal, I would establish my own investment firm through which I would increase the opportunities for young talent


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  • 5% | 10 months ago

    You are not getting into Harvard Business School with a 2.7 GPA from a school that is ranked above 1,000 by the World University Rankings. It's important to make clear that HBS is an elitist institution and all our research shows that candidates who have earned their undergraduate degrees from the very top universities--the Ivy League, the public Ivies, and the best global universities like Oxford and Cambridge--are clearly preferred. The fact that you have a sub-3.0 GPA and want to get into a school where the class average GPA is 3.7 puts you at a very big disadvantage that a 730 GMAT (the median at Harvard) will not offset. If you want to be competitive as an MBA applicant, you have to lower your ...
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