Ms. Petrochemical

About Me:

I work in one of the largest petrochemical hubs in the world and managed high stake projects (+500 million dollars and 300 headcount) ensuring safety and quality. Currently contributing to strategic decisions for optimizing production costs.


Target School: Wharton

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Application Status: Open


Undergrad School: Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai

Undergrad Major: Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

GPA: 3.8

GMAT: 690

Age: 24,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: Founder of TEDx at university, SWE Mumbai Affliate board member, Toastmasters Club Vice President of Public Relations

Work History:

Title: Executive Assistant to Site President

Industry: Manufacturing

Company: Fortune 500

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 8 mos

Big Life Wins:

-First youngster at my site to present to the organization’s executive board for high stake M & A deal -Engaged and helped uplift the life of LGBTQ members and slum dwellers on a global platform.

Post MBA Goal:

Consulting in sustainable development & energy. Using my background in engineering and previous work experience, I want to develop and implement solutions for market development as well as circular economy.


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  • Odds Assessment: 15%

    Hi there! It’s Stephanie Horn, Master Consultant with the MBA Exchange and recent Poets and Quants “Top 10 Admissions Consultants”. Ms. Petrochemical, I think you are on the road to getting an MBA at a top-tier firm, but you are not quite there yet. The average MBA candidate has 5 years of work experience — double what you currently have. While I believe your position is giving you training and insight into the decision making at the top level of your firm, you need to have a more senior role where you can demonstrate your leadership and teambuilding skills. Taking another year to build your resume will make you a more viable candidate — and also give you a chance to improve your GMAT. You …

    4 years ago Read the full review
  • mbaMission Odds Assessment: 10%

    Hi Ms. Petrochemical, Krista Nannery here from mbaMission.
    Firstly, I love that you are managing such large projects at such a young age. And I love your diversity and inclusion work. These things say a lot about how much your employer trusts you. At the same time, in applying to some of the top b-schools in the world — including Wharton — I’d love for you to have some more work experience first. B-schools will often ask, “What can this candidate teach us?” and you may find that by waiting a year, you have more to teach them and your chances are just higher.
    That being said, I am not saying “Don’t apply now.” I’m just suggesting that you should not be surprised if your …

    4 years ago Read the full review
  • Stratus Admissions Counseling Odds Assessment: 10%

    Hi Ms. Petrochemical, Lisa Cummings of Stratus Admissions here. I agree with my peers that this may not be your year to apply given your short work history. Why the rush? Use the next year or even two to position yourself as a top tier candidate. I also suggest getting that GMAT score up – doing so sooner rather than later will allow you to focus on other areas you can strengthen. Go after leadership roles at work, even it you are a leader without the title. Build relationships with managers so you will have people lined up who can write you letters of recommendation when the time comes. I love your extracurriculars – Toastmasters is an incredible organization …

    4 years ago Read the full review

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