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Candidate:

Mr. MGMT Consulting

About Me:

I joined the PE investment team at a quasi-family office / global investment manager following the completion of a joint BS/MS program. Over the past several years, I have been promoted twice. In my current role, I manage a small team of NY-based analysts and lead deal teams from diligence through closing.

Details:

Undergrad School: NYU Stern

Undergrad Major: Finance and Accounting

GPA: 3.56

GMAT: 700

Age: 26,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: MS in Accounting (completed with undergraduate degree)

School Name: NYU Stern

Extracurriculars: Baseball Coach for Inner City Youth

Work History:

Title: Senior Assocaite

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Boutique Firm

Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 10 mos

Big Life Wins:

Leading the hiring, training, and now management of the NY-based analyst team. Seeing the strong performance of a deal that I not only fought for internally but also found a creative “solution” to bridge a valuation gap between us and the seller. Leading, as part of a select team, the formalization and implementation of the firm-wide ESG policy.

Post MBA Goal:

Short-term, I would like to transition to management consulting, which, in combination with an MBA, will help me contextualize financial assumptions I made as an investor through the examination of real-world business challenges. Long term, I would like to work in business / corporate development (marriage of investing and management expertise).

Schools:

Target School: Columbia

Status: Open

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 12%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 15%

    Hi Mr. MGMT Consulting,
    This is Debbie Choy, Senior Consultant at mbaMission. I like that you have a strong work track record – promotions and leading/managing teams. I also like that you’re coaching baseball for inner city youth, demonstrating community leadership. Your GMAT could be a concern for the Admissions Committee (AdCom), as it is below the average at Columbia. How many times have you taken the GMAT? You might consider retaking it – even a 10-20 point boost will make your profile more competitive. As for your career goals, I suggest connecting the dots for AdCom and adding more specificity if possible. For example, what type of companies do you aspire to work for long-term? What would you be doing in your business / corporate …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 10%

    Mr. MGMT Consulting – Thanks for posting your profile. Susan here from Stratus.

    I really like your work and the fact that with just 4 years of work experience you are managing a small team of analysts.

    Your extra curriculars feel rather soft but the fact that you have leadership in the workplace could overshadow this weakness.

    CBS truly cares about stats, especially GMAT scores so you would be well-served to retake (if possible) and get your score closer to the ~730 average. If you are able to do that, I think your chances would improve tremendously – probably to 25+%.

    Are you applying NOW to start this fall? If yes, CBS may be a bit more forgiving since they want to fill their class. If you aren’t …

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