Candidate:

Mr. Giving Back To Society

About Me:

I have an engineering bachelor’s degree and a Business Analytics master’s degree from ASU’s B-school with a GPA of 4.0. I founded a start-up to provide banking services in rural India. I am a member of the MENSA club and passed the test with a high percentile score. I started a meetup group to teach R for Machine Learning in Phoenix, AZ.

Schools:

Target School: Stanford GSB

Considering: Harvard, MIT Sloan, Wharton

See More Profiles For: Stanford GSB

Application Status: Open

Details:

Undergrad School: NIT Trichy, India

Undergrad Major: B.Tech Instrumentation & Control Engineering

GPA: 3.67

GRE: 319

Age: 32,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: MS Business Analytics with 4.0 GPA

School Name: WP Carey School of business, ASU

Extracurriculars: Started a meet-up group, joined a book club, photography, and a part of the MENSA club.

Work History:

Title: Data Scientist

Industry: Technology

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 10 yrs

Big Life Wins:

– Launched a successful start-up.
– Led impactful projects at work.

Post MBA Goal:

– Entrepreneurship
– Personal brand
– Giving back to society

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  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 5%

    You’ve got to like anyone who self-identifies as Mr. Giving Back To Society. Plus, you have some justification for it, having launched a start-up to provide banking services in rural India. I’m surprised, however, that your extras don’t include things that would line up with your post-MBA goal. I think you are a long shot at Stanford due to your background, stats, the relatively small size of the school’s intake and its tiny admit rate. You are in the most over-represented part of the applicant pool for elite MBA admissions: male engineers from India. What that means is that you are in a group competing with other male Indian engineers who have gone to more highly selective schools, have better stats and who may be …

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