Aringo client accepted to Wharton with a $80,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 650, accepted to MIT!

Aringo's Chicago admission rate is 54% higher than Chicago’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Kellogg with $60,000 scholarships

Aringo client, GMAT score of 580, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's Columbia admission rate is 50% higher than Columbia’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Harvard with a $65,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Wharton!

Aringo's Harvard admission rate is 45% higher than Harvard's regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Chicago with a $140,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 670, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's INSEAD admission rate is 106% higher than INSEAD's regular admission rate.

Three Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $130,000 each!

Aringo client, GMAT score of 630, accepted to INSEAD!

Aringo's Kellogg admission rate is 90% higher than Kellogg’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $110,000 each

Two Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 660, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's LBS admission rate is 238% higher than LBS’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $125,000 each

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Kellogg!

Aringo's MIT admission rate is 123% higher than MIT’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to NYU with a $45,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 660, accepted to Wharton!

Aringo's Stanford admission rate is 114% higher than Stanford’s regular admission rate.

Four Aringo clients accepted to Stanford with scholarships of $20,000 each

Aringo client, GMAT score of 630, accepted to LBS!

Aringo's Wharton admission rate is 66% higher than Wharton’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Darden with a $34,000 scholarship

Aringo client accepted to Columbia with a $30,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Duke!

Aringo client has been offered a $40,000 scholarship to attend Tuck

Two Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 640 accepted to INSEAD!

Aringo client has been offered a $22,000 scholarship to attend Kellogg

Three Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 680 accepted to MIT!

Two Aringo clients have received $25,000 scholarships to attend Wharton

Aringo client, GMAT score of 600, accepted to Duke!

Two Aringo clients have been accepted to Stanford with scholarships of $30,000 each

Aringo client accepted to Wharton with a $50,000 scholarship

Aringo client accepted to UCLA with a $35,000 scholarship

Five Aringo clients accepted to Michigan with a $20,000 scholarship each

 

Admission Drivers - Legend

Leader/Manager:
Led/managed/recruited people

Team Player/ Relationship Builder:
Worked well with others, built relationships under difficult circumstances

Smart:
GPA/academic distinctions, GMAT, recommender reviews

Initiates:
Initiated successful projects / changes

International/Cultural:
International orientation/experience, cultural sensitivity

Presentation Skills:
Public speaking (large audience is strongest - state the number of people), presenting to senior people, presenting to team

Persuasion Skills:
Persuaded people (senior people in particular)

Community/Society:
Contributed to community/society

Business Skills:
Negotiating, planning, decision making, selling, buying

Source of Career Plan/Program Choice:
Essay ends with something like:
"this experience helped me realize that I want to become the CEO of…"
Or:
"this experience made me realize that I need to do an MBA"
Or:
"this experience made me realize that Wharton is the right school for me"

Promoted:
In most cases, a promotion is a situation where:
A title listed on the resume is more senior than the previous title listed on the resume,
AND in both positions the candidate worked with the same organization OR worked with organizations of similar size in the same industry.

A ''semi-promotion'' (better than nothing!) is an increase in responsibility (manage more people / bigger budget / bigger project, etc.) with no change in title.

Credible Names:
- Association with global brands (employer: Procter & Gamble, or: "negotiated with IBM")
- Association with large local companies ("Canada's second largest cosmetics distributor")
- Association with famous people ("presented to the Secretary of State")
- Association with federal/governmental bodies (employer: the Ministry of Finance)

Story is Unique:
The admission committee is not likely to encounter many such stories