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Candidate:

Ms. Humble Auditor

About Me:

Risk and Governance Auditor desperately trying to change careers with an interest in international and social impact work. Basic fluency in two other languages. I’ve proven leadership potential both at work and in extracurriculars despite my relatively short career so far.

Details:

Undergrad School: Penn State

Undergrad Major: Risk Management

GPA: 3.56

GMAT: 710

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Certified Internal Auditor

Extracurriculars: Junior League- Board Committee Member and event organizer, Global Shapers, Girl Gone International - Community Organizer

Work History:

Title: Senior Auditor

Industry: Banking & Finance

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 2 yrs

Title: Risk Consultant

Industry: Accounting

Company: Boutique Firm

Length of Employment: 1 yr, 4 mos

Big Life Wins:

Not sure I have any really impressive big life wins, I probably won’t talk about any one specific event in my life in my essays. Some highlights are getting promoted 6 months into my role at my current job and helping the non-profit I volunteer with start new community projects and organize fundraising event.

Post MBA Goal:

Management consulting for some years and hopefully after that social entrepreneurship.

Schools:

Target School: INSEAD

Status: Open

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 32%

  • John A. Byrne, P&Q Founder & Editor-In-Chief | Odds Assessment: 35%

    There’s a really key component of your story that is missing: it’s international experience. While you say you are fluent in two other languages, it’s not entirely clear to me if you have lived and worked abroad, other than perhaps the U.S. International experience is highly valued at INSEAD. Your 710 GMAT is right on target with the school’s current 709 average and that also is crucial. Because INSEAD is a ten-month program, the schools takes GMATs seriously. It wants to make sure you can handle the quant work without much difficulty. INSEAD looks for candidates who score in the 75th percentile on both the verbal and the quant. That split tends to be more important than the overall score. they look more at this …

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  • The MBA Exchange Odds Assessment: 30%

    Hello Humble Auditor, this is Deepak Punwani from MBA Exchange team. Starting on a lighter note – the world needs more humble auditors so you should be welcome at all schools you apply to! Though on a more serious note, one has seen profiles like yours make it to INSEAD especially if you are currently based in the US and if you work at a firm INSEAD would have heard of. You seem to have had roles on the (financial) consulting and client side and now want to make a move to management consulting and eventually to becoming a social entrepreneur. How you tie this up in the goals essay will have a big impact on your admissions chances in my opinion. INSEAD likes to …

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  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 30%

    Hello Ms. Humble Auditor! Krista Nannery from mbaMission here. Thanks for posting.
    At this very moment, I am working with a female candidate whose stats are not as strong as yours and she just got an INSEAD interview. So while you’re probably very different people — one thing you have in common is quantitativeness — this is making me feel optimistic about your chances. I have the same question as one of the other posters on what you mean by “Basic fluency in two other languages”…what does “basic fluency” mean? And what is your international experience? For a school like INSEAD, please play this up!
    Another observation…I get nervous when I read things like “Not sure I have any really impressive big life wins.” This is the …

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  • Stratus Admissions Counseling | Odds Assessment: 35%

    Hi Ms. Humble Auditor, this is Donna Bauman from Stratus Admissions weighing in on your profile. I have a client right now with some similar stats and she is currently in the interview stage with INSEAD so I think you have the potential to be successful at INSEAD. However, I agree with the other experts here who have asked you to proudly share your accomplishments in your application. Humble is good but you can still share your wins by sharing data and results without editorializing. For example, if you found a way to save X dollars or X amount of time in how you review documents, share the data and leave out the editorial comments that it was a “huge help” etc to your team. …

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The Community Currently Rates The Odds At: 20%

  • 20% | 2 years ago

    You need to reflect more in your Big Life Wins (because you have them!). Feel free to express how many lives you impacted in your extracurriculars. It would help to give the reader the scale of your presence.

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