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Mr. Masters To MBA

About Me:

I’ve been working as an engineer for almost 6 years now, after graduating from my MS degree. Worked with leading telecom service providers, tried to understand their pain-points and provided solutions to meet their needs. With this experience under my belt, I’m now more interested in learning about the business aspect of the tech industry.


Undergrad School: Gujarat University

Undergrad Major: Electronics and Communications

GPA: 3.9

GMAT: 730

Age: 30,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Masters in Telecommunications

School Name: University of Maryland, College Park

Extracurriculars: Vice-President, Telecommunications Students & Alumni Network (TSAN), University of Maryland-College Park (September 2013 – April 2014), Co-founder, Junoon, India (February 2008 – August 2013), Volunteering work with my current company

Work History:

Title: Customer Engineer

Industry: Technology

Company: Global

Length of Employment: 9 mos

Title: RF Engineer

Industry: Technology

Company: Start-Up In Selected Industry

Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 10 mos

Big Life Wins:

Started a social service group in my undergrad and achieved the desired goal-to make people aware of their environment and to contribute to the society for it’s betterment (this group is still active). On one such incident we went to media and showed the poor condition of a govt school. In response we received sponsorship to keep the school running

Post MBA Goal:

I want to work as a product manager for a tech company after my graduation and I’m super excited for the road ahead. I also wish to venture out, and pursue my entrepreneurial dream by helping out my wife to start and manage her family medicine practice.


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 20%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 20%

    There’s good news and no-so-good news in your profile. Let’s start off with what’s good about it. Your 730 GMAT score is right on target, given the latest class average at Booth of 731. Your GPA of 3.9 is nicely above the class average of 3.6. And you have a master’s degree from a well-known U.S. university. Unfortunately, as a male Indian engineer, you fall into the most over populated segment of the elite MBA applicant pool. That puts you up against significant competition from others who went to IITs and who work for brand name companies, not an unknown startup. Many of those candidates will have similar or better raw stats and have squeezed through the fine filter screens of better undergraduate universities and …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 20%

    Hi Mr. Masters To MBA! Krista Nannery from mbaMission here. I’ll try to build on what John has offered.

    Every year, I work with a few candidates just like you. (Indian-educated (for undergrad) male Engineers.) The ones that are able to set themselves apart can usually display that combination of left brain/right brain. They’re engineers, but they’re also creative and have interesting hobbies and extracurriculars. So if you were my client, I’d first start with your resume and make sure that it’s not too technical and instead focuses on business impact and leadership of people and P&Ls. I’d also try to understand what types of things you do at work beyond your day-to-day. Are you part of any resource groups? Do you lead any internal …

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