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Mr. STEM Minor

About Me:

I am very involved in the STEM community at my college (Engineering Club member, Coding club member, STEM Honors House Resident), but unfortunately won’t be able to finish my degree in Physics due to class scheduling (and Studying Abroad, unfortunately, got in the way of this as well).


Undergrad School: Top 75 Liberal Arts colleges

Undergrad Major: Economics

GPA: 3.78

GMAT: 740

Age: 21,  Ethnicity: White

School Name: Freiburg University - Freiburg, Germany (Study Abroad for one semester)

Extracurriculars: Boys and Girls Club - Tutoring Underprivileged Local Elementary School Students (~3hours/week), Civic Leader for '(My School Name) Responds' - Initiative to assist communities with natural disaster and social or economic relief, Budget Allocation Committee, Board Member

Work History:

Title: N/A, plan to work in tech or at a startup



Length of Employment:

Post MBA Goal:

I hope to use an MBA to leverage my passion in this field and work on the business side of the Tech/STEM industry.


Target School: Harvard


Considering: Stanford GSB


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 10%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 10%

    Hi, it’s Nisha from mbaMission. I assume that you are a deferred/2+2 MBA candidate? These programs seek three core elements: strong academics, extracurricular leadership, and professional promise. I certainly see the first two in your profile – but, you’ll want to make it very clear in your applications the impact you’ve made in your organizations. If you have had great internships as well, this would really help. And, although the programs won’t expect you to have your career mapped out now, they will want to understand what motivates your desire to get an MBA – what are you envisioning that you’d like to work on in the business side of STEM, since that is quite broad?

    I should also mention that while acceptance to …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 10%

    Hi Mr. STEM Minor, Melisa here from Stratus Admissions. Sounds like you are a deferred candidate, so probably looking to apply this Spring, work for a couple years with a guaranteed position in a future class 2-5 years down the line. And while it sounds like you won’t complete a dual degree in Physics, as an Econ major with a strong GPA and solid GMAT score, you are a solid candidate for deferred programs. Generally we average stats for deferred candidates to be higher than the overall average of the class – good news is that you are there for both HBS and GSB. Getting some experience at a tech or start up will give you the experience you need for post-MBA job searching. Where …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 9%

  • 5% | 1 month ago

  • What are you applying for? When do you want to matriculate? If you are applying for the 2+2, based on your profile, 5% odds. If you are trying to go from undergrad directly to Harvard it will be 0%. The application is pretty clear about having at least 2 years of WE upon matriculation before you submit. Maybe you should finish your degree in physics? Tough sell at this point, but you have a good GMAT and social work, so now you can focus on professional impact. Good luck
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