Acceptance rates for Indian candidates at top programs are 8-10%. 97% of our Indian applicants are accepted to the top-20 schools and a 100% acceptance rate for internationals to the top-10. We have the highest acceptance rate for Indian candidates, the toughest application pool, worldwide.
Below are video and audio testimonials volunteered by successful candidates and their parents. Also, read written testimonials from clients attending Harvard, Wharton, Kellogg, Booth, INSEAD, LBS, Tuck, Ross etc.
Overworked candidate with no extra-curricular profile and limited time for applications.
Result:Kellogg & Stern
GMAT 730, 3 years 2nd tier consulting, B.B.A
Completed 4 R1 applications despite 12-14 hour days with limited for applications
Built and positioned extra-curricular profile ( at and post college)
Conducted mock interviews to calm nerves and attain fluency
Re-applicant with average GMAT, dinged by 9 schools
Result:Duke & Ross
GMAT 700, 4 years consulting, B. COM.
Previously dinged by 9 schools. Build candidates confidence in his profile.
Bad experience with previous counselor. Became a trusted advisor.
GMAT score below Indian average. Worked on articulating school specific story by leveraging school networks.
Re-applicant dinged by 4 schools after taking another consultants help
GMAT 690, 7 years, FMCG
Low GMAT score handled in optional essay
Resume not reflective of experience. Showed strategic role, business impact and quantified results.
Previous years feedback from schools “Background is good, essays do not represent you well”. Brainstormed examples and showcased leadership and team skills
Worked on interviewing skills
Early stage candidate with low GPA
GMAT 740, 2 years 2nd tier consulting, B. Tech. GPA 3.0
Undergrad GPA was weak. Advised on optional essay.
Limited work experience with no significant team or leadership experience. Showcased examples and highlighted promise.
Defined comprehensive goals and how the schools would support them
Hi-tech background, dinged 2 consecutive years
Result:Cornell ($20K), Duke, UCLA($60K), Stern
GMAT 720, Software Dev/Test, B.E. Comp Sc.
Applied over 2 years with no success leading to self doubt
Positioned business impact of technical work to differentiate from other IT applicants
Helped detailed consulting and corporate strategy goals
Highlighted fit with specific programs
Early stage candidate with typical profile
Result:Cornell, Duke, Ross, Stern
GMAT 640, 710, 1.5 years consulting, B. Tech. (regional)
Built on limited work experience to alleviate no team or leadership experience
Developed goals and why MBA, why now pitch
Connected with school network for in-depth research
Bolstered average extra-curricular profile and showcased contributions
Early stage IT candidate
Result:Darden ($52K), Tepper ($16K), Cornell
GMAT 720, 20 months Software Testing, B. Tech BITS
Job profile left no scope for leadership or impact. Highlighted self-leadership and scope of work.
Articulated the business benefit of software testing tasks
Clarified goals, walked through school research
Male Consultant Rejected from 3 Top-20 schools in R1, came to us in R2
GMAT 710, 5 years consulting, B.E. (regional)
Converted unrealistic goals to well thought out, rational ones
Advised on making essays school specific
Enhanced communication and interview skills
Did not complete graduation in two attempts, low impact work experience
Result:SMU COX ($10K), UIUC
GMAT 670, 4 years secretarial work, B.E did not complete ’05. B. Com ’10 3.3 GPA
Started B.E and did not complete. Started Bachelors of Law and left after a year. 3 years later completed B.Com.
Helped clarify convoluted education and work profile switches
I was working on my resume and essays at 1:30 am with Rajdeep. It helps to have access to your consultant when you have a hectic work schedule. Rajdeep understands how to extract the best from the applicant on their personal and professional achievements.
— RS, Harvard ($100K Scholarship)
AG helped me brainstorm stories and figure out how to tell them in a behavioral and result-oriented fashion and make them more engaging. AG also helped me overcome a low undergrad GPA. I applied to 3 schools and am attending Stanford with $150K scholarship.
— GJ, Stanford ($150K scholarship)
I would say AGs attention to detail is absolutely amazing because they really do not let you settle for less. I would go through numerous iterations to make sure I turn out a quality essay.
— RB, Wharton ($136K scholarship)
Every bit of guidance was specific to my school selection and background. Rajdeep personally engaged on every aspect and was up late, helping me review essays.
— SM, Harvard ($100K Scholarship)
Rajdeep is very knowledgeable about what the schools are looking for and he directed me to concentrate my application on the right factors. He fleshed out my history and steered me into directions that I would not have chosen myself.