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I was terrible at Math (B-s and a C+ freshman year, C+s in quantitative classes throughout sophomore year), then all As in Math classes (Calc II & III, Linear Algebra, and so on). With this, I decided to become a Math TA and co-founded a non-profit to help kids like me who were bad at math find joy in understanding it.
Target School: Wharton
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Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: State School (Penn State/Ohio State/etc.)
Undergrad Major: Economics and Finance
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Stock pitch | Math non-profit
Title: Investment Banking Analyst (Top Bulge Bracket)
Industry: Banking & Finance
Company: Top Firm
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 1 mos
– 2nd at the intercollegiate stock pitch competition, invited by one of the judges to pitch to his team at his firm as they considered reevaluating the stock.
– Started my university’s first-ever stock pitch competition.
– Co-founded a non-profit to help students understand math from a different perspective.
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