Mr. Small Time Consultant

About Me:

After majoring in chemical engineering, I worked for a regional major chemical manufacturer. After a year I joined a boutique management consulting firm that serves global chemical and food industry. There, I learned the ropes rather quickly and was able to secure a promotion within a year. I now work with major specialty chemical manufacturers in estimating and identifying market opportunities, scout partners for M&A and conduct competitive and customer analysis.


Target School: INSEAD

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Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai

Undergrad Major: Chemical Technology

GPA: 7.81/10.00

GRE: 321

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Rotaract Club Director for Finance l Founding member of local Rotaract Club and led the first finance team

Work History:

Title: Consultant - Specialties

Industry: Consulting

Company: Boutique Firm

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 8 mos

Big Life Wins:

In my first job with regional major chemical manufacturer, undertook de-bottlnecking exercise and achieved highest production of the plant. In my current job, I have been involved with the technology arm of a fortune 500 organization in commercializing an innovative technology.

Post MBA Goal:

I wish to move to top tier consulting firm such as MBB and work for a 2-4 years. Next, I plan to move back to India and start an exciting business venture by leveraging my contacts and skill set!


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

    This is a perfectly solid profile for INSEAD but, unfortunately, there is nothing in here that is driving you in, particularly as a male Indian candidate. INSEAD has an unusally large contingent of Indian males in its MBA applicant pool. That’s why my first advice to you is to choose a range of MBA programs that you would be interested in. Placing all your marbles on one school is a bad strategy for even the best applicants. INSEAD has seen a big increase in applicants recently so its acceptance rate has, no doubt, fallen, making it more competitive to get into. You need to remember that you will be competing with folks fro MBB and other well known consulting firms who have better base stats. …

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