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## Please Evaluate my profile

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shashank315 Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts
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#### Please Evaluate my profile

Mon Dec 26, 2016 9:18 am
Shashank Saurav
Nationality : Indian
Education : PGPM ( Finance and marketing) with 6.68/10(CGPA)
B.E (Electronics and Communication) in 2010 with 58.04%
XII - 72.40%
X - 82.40%
Age: 28 years
Work Experience: Currently working as Senior Valuation Analyst(in an MNC) , prior was working as a Equity research Analyst in an MNC ( Financial services) . In total i have total of 4 years of experience in Valuation, Equity Research, Transaction Advisory.
Certifications : CFA L1
I have also worked in an NGO for 3 years (part time)
I can manage a decent score in GMAT (720-750).
Volunteer Experience:
-3 years of NGO experience
-Have done certification in big data.
- In my graduation days have been a core member of many college events and fests.

Also would like to have a realistic idea about which all colleges can i target based on my profile and score for mostly US universities.Please suggest me ways to improve my profile.

Regards,
Shashank

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Michelle@ARINGO Master | Next Rank: 500 Posts
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Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:22 am
shashank315 wrote:
Shashank Saurav
Nationality : Indian
Education : PGPM ( Finance and marketing) with 6.68/10(CGPA)
B.E (Electronics and Communication) in 2010 with 58.04%
XII - 72.40%
X - 82.40%
Age: 28 years
Work Experience: Currently working as Senior Valuation Analyst(in an MNC) , prior was working as a Equity research Analyst in an MNC ( Financial services) . In total i have total of 4 years of experience in Valuation, Equity Research, Transaction Advisory.
Certifications : CFA L1
I have also worked in an NGO for 3 years (part time)
I can manage a decent score in GMAT (720-750).
Volunteer Experience:
-3 years of NGO experience
-Have done certification in big data.
- In my graduation days have been a core member of many college events and fests.

Also would like to have a realistic idea about which all colleges can i target based on my profile and score for mostly US universities.Please suggest me ways to improve my profile.

Regards,
Shashank
First of all, thanks for reaching out and sorry for the late reply!

Your profile as a whole looks very interesting but would need to know a little more in order to provide a better evaluation, mainly more details about your career path and the NGO work (any leadership roles?) etc.

But what I can say already is that the schools that will be relevant will largely depend on your GMAT score in the end, so without having that it is hard to say anything for sure. As I am sure you know, high GMAT scores are almost expected from Indian applicants, so any difference in the actual GMAT score will matter! But if you do manage to get a score of the caliber you mentioned, no school would be out of the running, really, if you manage to bring out excellent essays as well, highlighting why you are different from most other Indian candidates (you will be up against quite a few!).

Therefore, I would suggest you get back to us once you have that score. Additionally, you would need to think about your post-MBA goal a bit, as what that is will also give you some clues on what schools would be best suited.

I’m sorry I can’t give you a more thorough reply at this time, but you are always welcome to ask here again once you have your score and/or fill out the free profile evaluation form on ARINGO.com to get our help there.

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