A majority of Americans speak just one language – English. In contrast, AG (as he prefers to be called) speaks four.
He discovered a flair for debating as a young student, and continued to polish his story-telling skills over the years. Little did he know then, how this would help him later on, while applying to undergrad and grad schools.
He stumbled on the GMAT – the first crucial step in the insanely competitive MBA application process that can make or break a candidate’s confidence. But he relied on his ability to emphatically and convincingly present his profile to his target schools.
Impressed by his MBA essay writing and interviewing skills, three elite American business schools (including 2 ivy league universities) offered him a seat. Two of them also opened up their wallets as a not-so-nuanced incentive for him to join their bschool over their rivals’.
As an MBA student and as an alumnus, he has continued to work with his alma mater’s admissions team in different capacities. He’s equally passionate about mentoring ivy league MBA applicants, who hope to replicate his formula for success. If you’d like to be mentored by AG, we’ll share the contact details towards the end of the article.
Here’s AG’s inspiring story.