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Mr. Tech Dreams

About Me:

I completed my bachelor degree in technology in 2016. After completion, I got placed in Amazon as a customer service associate where I worked for 28 months.



Undergrad Major: Technology

GPA: 3

GMAT: 770

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian


Work History:

Title: Customer Service Associate

Industry: Other

Company: Fortune 100 Top 10

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 3 mos

Big Life Wins:

I got selected for national science project during my high school, which I never thought in my dream. And during my time in Amazon, I took the place of my lead, who was sick, for one week, manage to bring the average PRR of my team from all time low to manageable score.

Post MBA Goal:

I always wanted to work in the technology industry after my MBA. My dream company is Google, and I want to become product manager post MBA.


Target School: IU Kelley

Status: Open

Considering: Kenan-Flagler, UCLA Anderson, Tepper


The Experts Rate The Odds At: 50%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 50%

    That jumbo 770 GMAT and your experience at Amazon should tilt this in your favor. I’d be interested–and I am certain Bocconi’s admissions team would be eager to know–why you left Amazon for the family business and what kind of business it is. Also, having a customer service job at Amazon is pretty low-level so while you worked for a gold-plated company you didn’t have a gold-plated job. I still think the 770 and having Amazon on your resume counts for a lot.

    1 month ago
  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 50%

    Hello Mr. Tech Dreams! Krista Nannery from mbaMission here! Thanks for posting.
    Having that 770 plus Amazon on your resume will definitely get the attention of the AdCom at Kelley, Tepper, UNC, and UCLA. I think this is going to be all in how you sell it though! Support roles run the risk of sounding too admin-y, so make sure you definitely sell your business impact and results. (Check our website for our resume guide for examples.) I’m a little worried that you are on the younger side of things and appear to have a low GPA, but then I also like that you have put together a realistic list of schools. Of these, Anderson may be a tough nut to crack, but if IU is …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 55%

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  • 75% | 2 months ago

    Great GMAT score, and experience working for Amazon is a plus. What do you do in your family business? Take away your story about your high school science project, this is old news. Talk more about your bachelors degree if anything!
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