Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from NSIT, Delhi University (Top 10 engineering institutes of India, highly competitive to get into) secured 78.3%. Top 10 students of the department. Institute Merit Scholarship holder. Lot of research work done in college (shown leadership skills as a leader of project teams)
CFA Level 2 Candidate as part of the CFA program
Work Exp: will have 3 years in 2009 (when the program starts). Most people say that this is on the lower side. But this is high quality work ex.
1.5 years in Intellectual Property in a Research Firm - Lot of leadership positions in the company, was promoted within 15 months of joining. started managing people, clients and projects very early. Team work was essential aspect of my work.
1.5 years in Equity Research covering US Health Insurance sector - Financial Modelling, Valuation of companies, writing company/industry reports, etc.
I dont have a GMAT, i have a GRE 800Q (94%ile), 650 (93%ile), 4 AWA. Since, MIT accepts GRE, this is the only B-School i will be applying this year.
Since, i will be positioning myself as good in quant and as a potential financial analyst, i am planning to take the GRE maths subject test.
Hobbies: Reading books, newspapers, economics and business journals, writing blogs, investing in stock markets.
Extra Currics: Head of Discipline committee of college SAE chapter Used to take part in Sports in college, won gold medal in arm wrestling Helped in organizing college tech/cultural festivals.
Need your comments on my chances in MIT.