Profile evaluation

Application & Admission
  • Posted by J"B 45 on 12/24/13 10:29am

    HI sir! I wish to apply to ESSEC, ESADE, IE i am also considering SAI schools(but not quite sure) Here is an overview of my profile, could you rate my chance of getting into these college. I will appear for GMAT soon, what score should i aim for?

    Bachelor of Commerce (Honors), Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi (best commerce college in India)
    First Division (honors)
    Specialized in Management costing (top 1%), Macro-Economics (top 5%), Financial management (top 10%) and Investment management (top 10%)
    ACADEMIC THESIS
    Micro-finance and Chit funds, Score: 24/25
    ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE
    Managing Partner, Co-founder, FindYourPG a niche real-estate start-up,
    employees: 2 customers until now over 100 , b2b clients: over 150 , broke even within 4 months
    Tuners Edge, Business Strategist, automobile modifying start-up
    INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Grameen Bank, Micro-finance – Intern
    Japan Affairs Forum, Disaster Relief Volunteer- Business re-development
    Cultural Exchange, Raffles Girls School
    ACHIEVEMENTS
    Runners up, Deloitte-Touché Case Competition
    Best Senior Award, in high school
    POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY
    Event Facilitator, Business Conclave Students' Union, Biggest undergraduate management fesival in India
    Technical Head, Commerce Society
    Member, Student Council
    Convener, Chaitanya – an inter-school cultural competition
    Captain, Senior Volleyball Team
    COLLEGE SOCIETIES
    Senior Member, Debating Society
    Senior Member, Organizing Wing-Fine Arts Society
    VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES
    Education: National Service Scheme-Education volunteer, Be Bold Be Bald and Beads of Courage – Cancer Awareness

    Thank you!

    • Posted by Thomas Graf on 12/25/13 2:13pm

      Hi there,

      I think your chances are very good as your academic profile positions you at the best 10% and your CV shows some interesting experience. As for the GMAT, the VERY MINIMUM you should achieve is 600 Ideally, however, you make 650 or more.

      Keep in mind that some schools - e.g. IE - offer also an on-campus test as an alternative to the GMAT.

      best wishes
      Thomas

      By Thomas Graf