sachuin23 Posted January 14, 2010 Share Posted January 14, 2010 Hi everyone, I am applying to PhD program in Information Management (Wharton/Stanford/MIT) and Quantitative Modeling (Marketing) at (Booth/Berkeley/CMU) for fall 2010. I would appreciate if you all can help me evaluate my chances. Undergrad GPA: B.S (Hons) in mechanical Engineering from a Top 15 ranked Engineering School in India. GPA~ 3.80. Graduate GPA: M.S in computer Science (Top 15 US University). GPA 3.70 Math courses: Probability and Stats, Calculus I,II,III, differential equations, Linear algebra, math modeling, abstract algebra, discrete, advanced calculus, vector calculus etc. GRE V610/Q750/W4.0 LORs: From research Advisers (1 PhD MIT, 2 PhD Berkeley, 3 PhD IIT Bombay) RESEARCH :2years as UG RA at Govt. of India funded research lab.4 months Research Internship at ETH Zurich.1.5 years as an RA on National Endowment for Humanities funded project. It was a joint proposal submitted along with a faculty at my university and we were selected for US 30,000 NEH grant.1.0 years on a project partially sponsored by NSF.Honors: 1. Computer science Fellowship by the University. 2. State Science Talent Scholarship (India). 3. NEH Grant. 4. Best high school graduate and school leader. 5. BPCL fellowship(India) awarded to 7 students from all over India. 6. Ranked (20/45,000 in High School and 24/20000 Engineering Entrance Examination) WORK Experience: 2 years as a Engineer at a leading semiconductor design company. Publications: 10 Conference Publications in computer science (IEEE, ICM, Springer) (4 as co author) 1 Journal Publication (in Submission). Also assisted my advisor in reviewing research papers/ writing grant proposals / conferences. Schools Applied to: 1. Wharton 2. Chicago Booth 3. Haas Berkeley 4. Stanford 5. MIT 6. CMU I know I have applied to Top ranked B Schools. I applied to couple of business schools after interacting with their faculty who are working on similar research areas I am interested in. They encouraged me to apply and let them know when I submit my application. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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