Profile Evaluation Req. - MS/MFE - Cambridge, Oxford, LSE,

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Kindly evaluate my profile for 2019 admissions


My profile is as follows,

Indian - Male ( 31 years )
GRE - 320

B.Tech - 64 % (1st class) -Tier 2 Govt Engg. College
MA Economics - 62 % ( A Grade)- Top 5 Economics College in India
UGC - NET - Economics

Fellowships Awarded

UGC - Junior Research Fellowship (J.R.F) - Economics ( Top 50 rank All India)

Certifications

1. FRM (GARP)
2. Ch.E ( Chartered Economist )
3. C.A.I.I.B ( I.I.B.F)
4. J.A.I.I.B ( I.I.B.F)
5. Six Sigma Green Belt
6. NCFM ( Multiple Certificates )
7. Bloomberg certification

Work Experience

1. Research - 6 months - Junior Research Fellow in 1 of the top economics colleges in India
2. Corporate - 2 years - Strategic Planning in one of the biggest public sector bank in India

Publications

1. Published 3 papers in international journals.
2. Presented papers at national and state level competitions.

Awards Won

1. Corporate - Best employee award
2. College/School - Multiple awards won at various events like Quiz, circuit debugging, c- debugging etc ( including 1 international certificate )

Leadership

1. Secretary , Marketing coordinator, Magazine Sub Editor - IEEE Chapter
2. Sun micro Systems - OSUM Leader


Iam worried of 2 things in particular - my low UG marks, GAP in CV for 3 years because of preparation for Civil service exam(India) - Though i qualified to be in top 1 % of the candidates, but selection rate is only .01 % approx out of around 10,00,000 candidates). Currently, iam employed in Strategic Planning Dept.

Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know if i stand a good chance for MS/MFE - Cambridge, Oxford, LSE, NUS, NTU

Is there anything further i could do to improve my profile ??

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by mbaMissionNishaT » Tue Dec 04, 2018 10:48 am
Hi, and thanks for writing! Unfortunately, MS/MFE is outside of mbaMission's core area of expertise. What is your GRE Q/V breakdown? A high quant score can help offset your lower GPA.
georgepauly wrote:Kindly evaluate my profile for 2019 admissions


My profile is as follows,

Indian - Male ( 31 years )
GRE - 320

B.Tech - 64 % (1st class) -Tier 2 Govt Engg. College
MA Economics - 62 % ( A Grade)- Top 5 Economics College in India
UGC - NET - Economics

Fellowships Awarded

UGC - Junior Research Fellowship (J.R.F) - Economics ( Top 50 rank All India)

Certifications

1. FRM (GARP)
2. Ch.E ( Chartered Economist )
3. C.A.I.I.B ( I.I.B.F)
4. J.A.I.I.B ( I.I.B.F)
5. Six Sigma Green Belt
6. NCFM ( Multiple Certificates )
7. Bloomberg certification

Work Experience

1. Research - 6 months - Junior Research Fellow in 1 of the top economics colleges in India
2. Corporate - 2 years - Strategic Planning in one of the biggest public sector bank in India

Publications

1. Published 3 papers in international journals.
2. Presented papers at national and state level competitions.

Awards Won

1. Corporate - Best employee award
2. College/School - Multiple awards won at various events like Quiz, circuit debugging, c- debugging etc ( including 1 international certificate )

Leadership

1. Secretary , Marketing coordinator, Magazine Sub Editor - IEEE Chapter
2. Sun micro Systems - OSUM Leader


Iam worried of 2 things in particular - my low UG marks, GAP in CV for 3 years because of preparation for Civil service exam(India) - Though i qualified to be in top 1 % of the candidates, but selection rate is only .01 % approx out of around 10,00,000 candidates). Currently, iam employed in Strategic Planning Dept.

Kindly evaluate my profile and let me know if i stand a good chance for MS/MFE - Cambridge, Oxford, LSE, NUS, NTU

Is there anything further i could do to improve my profile ??