Hello I’m Low GPA Over Achiever, I am from India , specifically the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Completed my Mechanical Engineering degree in 2010 from JNTU Kakinada and later worked for a shipping company. In 2014 I joined TAPMI Manipal and pursued my MBA in Finance , later worked for Cognizant and now working for UBS India.
Undergrad School: JNTU Kakinada
Undergrad Major: B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
Age: 32, Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: MBA
School Name: TAPMI Manipal
Extracurriculars: Amateur Pianist, Polyglot, Swimmer
Title: Senior Business Analyst
Industry: Banking & Finance
Company: Fortune 500
Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 5 mos
Title: IT Business Analyst
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 8 mos
Two Wins precisely which have changed the course of my life – Firstly marrying the love of my life after around 11 years of struggle in 2016, and the Second win was cracking CAT & XAT and achieving 98.5 percentile in both
I want to ensure I don’t contaminate the risk I’m taking. Firstly, a purely organic vegetable farm – the twist here is to ensure each farm runs by itself with minimal human intervention. Secondly, I wish to make a name for myself in the AI business and I believe AI is a need and not a gimmick which can better the lives of this world.
Target School: MIT Sloan
Considering: NYU Stern, Berkeley Haas
To put it bluntly, you really need to work on your plans. How does Sloan help you start an organic vegetable farm, and what does that have to do with AI? What in your background helps you achieve either of those?
It’s critical you get that figured out, because you have a lot of things to overcome: very competitive bucket (indian male engineers), low GPA, low GMAT, not premier work experience, non-feeder undergrad, already have an MBA, and you’re definitely on the older side (if you’re 32 now, I’d assume you’re at least 33, or even 34 if you’re applying to class of 2024, by the time you matriculate)
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