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Candidate:

Mr. Strategy Consultant

About Me:

I am a corporate strategy and operation consulting professional with more than 6 years of experience in the energy sector. I am extremely passionate about literacy improvement initiative and soccer.

Details:

Undergrad School: Government Engineering College

Undergrad Major: Electrical Engineering

GPA: 4.0

GMAT: 730

Age: 30,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Working with a Public Policy Startup, Working on literacy improvement education initiatives

Work History:

Title: Senior Manager

Industry: Corporate Strategy

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 7 yrs

Title: Consultant

Industry: Other

Company: Global

Length of Employment: , 4 mos

Big Life Wins:

I lead the development of first of its kind asset management system for energy business which is now being used for projects with a valuation of USD400 Million and more than 300 professionals are now using this system. I also lead business integration of two different business entities of a fortune 500 Organization.

Post MBA Goal:

After working in corporate strategy and operation consulting role I want to switch to Strategy Consulting post-MBA.

Schools:

Target School: USC Marshall

Status: Invited to Interview

Considering: Georgetown McDonough, Said Business School

Invited to Interview: Georgetown McDonough, Said Business School

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 69%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 65%

    Congrats on your invite to interview. Your stats line up for USC and you hold an impressive job in a Fortune 10 company. Your big wins show you to be a real contributor. I’m assuming that over your seven years with your employer you also must have received a promotion or two to get you to the title of senior manager. I predict you’ll get an admit from Marshall, and they will be lucky to have you. Ditto for Georgetown and Said.

    6 months ago
  • The MBA Exchange | Odds Assessment: 75%

    Hi there! It’s Stephanie Horn, Master Consultant with the MBA Exchange and recent Poets and Quants “Top 10 Admissions Consultants”. Congratulations on being invited to interview at Marshall, Georgetown, and Said. To ace these interviews, you will need to perform well in these two areas: first, you will need to succinctly convey that you have the skills and experience, both personally and professionally, to succeed in their programs, and second you need to show that you fully understand what the MBA program entails, how the degree will further your short and long term goals, and why you are a great fit for their program. It is time to do some research, and a lot of practice, my friend! Your challenge, I believe, is to winnow …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 65%

    Hello Mr. Strategy Consultant! Krista Nannery from mbaMission here.
    Congrats on all your interview invites! Great news. Here are my top tips to be successful at this stage of the process:
    1. Talk to current students at each program and collect information that will help you show fit with each program. Classes, clubs, professors, experiential learning opportunities. Think about which items get you excited and which items fit with your goals. This way, when you get “Why this program?” during your interviews, you’ll have a compelling answer.
    2. If you have friends who are MBAs, they will know what the interview process is like. Practice with them. In person or on the phone…doesn’t matter! Practice “Walk me through your resume” and “Why an MBA” along with standard …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 70%

    Hi, this is Melisa from Status Admissions. Congrats on getting to the interview phase – and it is clear you did a great job on selecting your schools and selling your story since you are 3 for 3. My advice is practice, practice, practice – and make sure it is out loud with someone who can give you feedback. There is something that happens between thinking through and verbalizing an answer – with adrenaline rushing. I would suggest you think through 5-6 stories that you want to make sure come across in the interview and think about how those stories can answer the typical behavioral questions. Remember that most often these interviews are blind, meaning that the interviewer only has your resume, so you want …

    5 months ago Read the full review

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