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My Profile Evaluation

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Hi,

Do guide and evaluate me . My target schools are Harvard , Stanford 2+2 Mba Programmes.

Age - 20
Nationality - Indian

Education - Bishops School Pune for high school and junior college (top 3 in india)
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research UG in BBA IT.
Currently in my 2nd year
CGP- 7.99/10.00

Internships - 3 Internships as Digital marketer , Sales Operations head.
Event Volunteer ship - 1 for Nasscom
NGO Volunteer ship -2 for underprivileged kids , Cancer patients.

Extra curricular - Zonal level Boxer(Bronze) , District level Cricket , District level Tennis player.
Iken scientifica Zonal

Also Graduated from Udacity Digital Marketing

Selected for summer school in Leeds Beckett University Uk . However choose not to go.

Founder and management head of clubs in my college which conducted various events.


How should I go about ? What more should I do? Will I be selected with a good gmat score?

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Looks like you've got some great stuff here! Whether you would be accepted is always hard to guess, especially before your GMAT, but so far you have a lot of your ducks in a row. I notice that you turned down an opportunity to study abroad; don't omit international exposure in the future -- this is very important to Harvard and Stanford. So if you have other international study in your background, be sure to highlight that.
Leadership is the other strong factor that I'm having trouble assessing in what you wrote here: 'founder and leader of clubs" is important, so make the most of it. We'd want to see what clubs, how many members, the size and scope of events you planned. All top MBA programs, even 2+2 programs, value leadership roles highly.
To summarize: looks great so far! Be sure you make well-researched, planned next steps as well.
Good luck!
Margaret Strother

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