Candidate:

Mr. Rail

About Me:

Hi, thanks for reading my profile. I have 5 years of work experience in designing, manufacturing, and commissioning several landmark trains in India and Europe. Currently, I am working as a manager in the sales and strategy function in the field of engineering services. Outside work I am passionate about sports (football).

Schools:

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Application Status: Open

Details:

Undergrad School: Kakatiya University

Undergrad Major: Mechanical Engineering

GPA: 4

GMAT: 690

Age: 28,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Master of Engineering

School Name: BITS-Pilani

Extracurriculars: Football and Badminton Player(University level medalist) | Adventure Motorbiking

Work History:

Title: Deputy Manager

Industry: Engineering

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 1 mos

Title: Design Quality Assurance

Industry: Manufacturing

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 4 yrs, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

– Contributed to a turnover of 625 million USD in RRTS and A-K Metro projects.
– Developed a comprehensive go to Market Strategy leading to a 70 million USD sales pipeline.
– Promoted 3 times in the span of 3 years and identified as having high potential.

Post MBA Goal:

Long term goal: Business leader/entrepreneur in the area of mass mobility/public transportation in developing countries such as India.
Short term goal: Work in the mobility practice of consulting firms (MBB).

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The Experts Rate The Odds At: 28%

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  • Emma Bond, Fortuna Admissions | Odds Assessment: 25%

    You have an interesting profile! Mobility is a growing market and area of interest for MBA students, especially as it relates to tech and smart motorways, railways, connected transportation etc. Your goals are in line with your background although MBB firms will be very tough to crack. I don’t know how many times you’ve done GMAT but I really would advise a retake to try and nudge your score over 700; you’re up against a tough pool demographically as you know, and a pool that tends to present with top scores. Cambridge Judge tends to be tough on academics – they have that 800 year reputation of academic excellence to defend after all! – so your GPA is great, but to make those top consulting …

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  • Admissionado | Odds Assessment: 30%

    Despite your younger-than-average-age (28) and lower-than-average GMAT (690), I’d say you have a shot at Cambridge Judge *IF* you change your short term goal. Simply put, MBB will not accept an non-IIT alum Indian candidate with a 690 GMAT score. If your score was on the low-side for top MBA programs (ex. 710) and you were a US underrepresented minority, it *might* be possible, but you are coming from the single most overrepresented minority in graduate admissions (Indian male).
    The good news is that 1) Oxbridge has lower scores than M7 US scores and will therefore be more forgiving of yours 2) you come from a relatively rarified industry in the MBA admissions process and one for which EVERY top school wants representation (rail), …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 17%

  • 30% | 1 month ago

    Despite your younger-than-average-age (28) and lower-than-average GMAT (690), I’d say you have a shot at Cambridge Judge *IF* you change your short term goal. Simply put, MBB will not accept an non-IIT alum Indian candidate with a 690 GMAT score. If your score was on the low-side for top MBA programs (ex. 710) and you were a US underrepresented minority, it *might* be possible, but you are coming from the single most overrepresented minority in graduate admissions (Indian male). The good news is that 1) Oxbridge has lower scores than M7 US scores and will therefore be more forgiving of yours 2) you come from a relatively rarified industry in the MBA admissions process and one for which EVERY top school wants representation (rail), ...
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