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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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!

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MBA Chances Calculator - Profile Evaluation Quiz

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1. General Information

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Your age     Scoring    
(When submitting the application)        
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    5    
    4    
    3    
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    1    
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    0    
           
Gender          
    3.5    
    0    
2. Academics

         
Your BA / GMAT        
BA / BS Grades (GPA): GMAT:
 
 
 
           
* If your GMAT score doesn't appear in the table - find the closest score and adjust the points (add/subtract 0.5-1 point).
* If you have two BA degrees (or a dual degree) and only one is with distinction, use the level which is exactly in-between. If there is no level exactly in-between, use the higher level. For example, if your GPA from one degree GPA is 2.9 and the other degree is 3.3, score it as a 3.0-3.19. If one degree is 3.2 and the other degree is Magna Cum Laude, score it like a Cum Laude.  
* If at the time of applying you have not yet received all grades from your BA/BS degree:
- If you expect to have all of your grades by the MBA start date, subtract one point. However, you should contact each of the MBA programs and explain your situation and evaluate their response. (At Aringo we have consultants who specialize in applying to business school immediately after your undergraduate studies. Contact us today to get help with your MBA applications.)
- If you do not expect to complete your degree by the MBA start date: contact each of the MBA programs, explain your situation and see if you are eligible to apply.
* The change in GMAT prefix from 690 to 700 (from 6 to 7) has a significant impact.
           
BA/BSc/undergraduate University
    8    
  7 Examples: Ivy League, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge
  5 Examples: Washington University, Tufts, UCLA, Georgetown
    3    
           
MA / MSc (master's degree)        
    0.5    
  1.5
  0.7
  2.5
  1
           
3. Your Application

 
Quality of your MBA Application Essays    
    10.5    
    6.5    
    1.5    
* If you work with Aringo to write your MBA application essays, choose strong. 
           
Quality of your MBA Recommendations    
    10    
    7.5    
    4    
* If you work with Aringo on your MBA recommendations, choose strong. 
           
Quality of your Resume and Application Forms    
    10    
    8    
    4    
* If you work with Aringo on your resume and applications, choose strong. 
 
Round          
  4.5  
  3.6  
  2.2  
This is the average difference between rounds. In reality, sometimes the differences are smaller, bigger or even opposite - depending on the specific year and school.
           
4. Employment History

   
Full Time Work Experience        
  Upon starting the MBA, and including full-time military service  
    0    
    2    
    3    
    4    
    4.5    
           
-1
add 0.25
           
Number of people you manage  
      At Present In the Past (select only if you do not manage any employees now)  
  1-2 people    
  3-4 people    
  5 people    
  6 people    
  7-9 people    
  10-19 people    
  20-49 people    
  50-100 people    
 
   
           
Major Corporation, Government or Military Background  
  Do you work for a major corporation from which business schools recruit?
Click here to find out which companies are included in this category and their point values
 
  Please add up your points on the above link and enter the total here:
  1.25  
  0.5  
           
           
  1.5  
  1  
  1  
           
Past Promotions          
  * Promotion definition: a situation where a title listed on your resume is more senior than the previous title listed on the resume AND in both positions you worked for the same organization (OR worked for an organization of similar size in the same industry).
You may include military promotions.
  * If all your promotions are in the same industry, choose "same". If your promotions are in two different industries, choose "different".
           
      Same Different
  1 promotion   Reduce 0.1
  2 promotions   Reduce 0.2
  3 promotions   Reduce 0.6
  4 promotions   Reduce 1
  5 promotions   Reduce 1.2
  6 promotions   Reduce 1.5
           
5. Other Information

   
Awards and Distinctions        
  1.2    
  0.7    
  0.7    
  0.2    
          
           
Community Service        
    -1.5    
    -0.5    
    0.5    
    1.7    
           
Business schools value community service. For expert help on highlighting your experiences in your MBA applications, contact us today.

Sample scoring:        
50 hours of volunteer work in the year prior to application submission: -0.5
10 hours per year in the past 3 years (over the age of 18): -0.5
30 hours of volunteer work in the past year (over the age of 18): 0
30 hours per year in the past 3 years (over the age of 18): 0.5
60 hours per year in the past 3 years (over 18): 0.5
300 hours per year in the past 3 years (over 18): 1.7
30 hours per year in the past 6 years (over 18): 1.7
           
Sports          
  0.75  
  1.25  
  2  
  2  
  0.4  
  0.75  
  2  
     
, reduce your points by 75%.

 
           
Student Government        
  2.1  
  1.5  
  1.2  
  0.4  
           
Additional Points        
*Note, some of the points in the below table may be be politically incorrect, but they can help you achieve a truer understanding of your admission chances.
  2  
  2  
  1  
  2  
  0.15  
  0.3  
  0.7  
  0.7  
  0.7  
  2  
  2.5  
           
Nationality          
If you are: add 1.5 points
  add 0.5 points
  add 1 point
  add 0.5 point
  reduce 1 point
           

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Scoring Legend: MBA Chances Calculator        
The gap between your score and the number of points assigned to each school (see "School Points" below) determines the likelihood of your admission:
-7 or less = Stretch
-5 / -6 = Closer to being a Stretch than to being Competitive
-4 = Between Competitive and Stretch
-3 = Closer to being Competitive than to being a Stretch
-1 / -2 = Competitive
0 = Competitive with potential for a significant scholarship
+1 = Competitive/Strong with potential for a significant scholarship
+2 or greater = Strong with potential for a significant scholarship

Please note that this MBA Chances Calculator provides a rough estimate only. It does not guarantee actual outcomes.
           
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Admission Chances Terminology
         
Competitive:          
The admission committee will hesitate before making a decision. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 50%. The result will be greatly influenced by:
     a. Profiles of other applicants in the same round, and
     b. The identity (and mood!) of the admission committee members reviewing the application.
           
Strong with potential for a significant scholarship:
There is a good chance that you will be accepted, possibly with a significant scholarship. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 75-80%.
           
Stretch:          
Candidates with similar profiles rarely get accepted to this program. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 10%.
           
School points - MBA Admission Chances Calculator        
72 Kellogg        
71 Chicago
70 INSEAD        
69 Berkeley        
68 Tuck        
67 Michigan, LBS        
66 Duke, Cambridge        
65 Oxford, UCLA, Darden, Cornell      
63 Carnegie Mellon, IESE, Toronto      
61 UNC, USC, Austin, Emory, Georgetown, HEC Montreal, HEC Paris, ESADE, IE Business School, Rotterdam, Ivey, Queen's, McGill, Schulich, Babson, SDA Bocconi, Washington University (Olin)
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Columbia
Harvard
IMD
MIT
NYU
Stanford
Wharton
Yale

         
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
Select from the following to adjust your MBA chances assessment for Columbia:
Add 0.15
Add 0.2  
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
If your GMAT score is equal to or above 750, 0.5 points have been added.  
If your GMAT score is below 700, 0.5 points have been dropped.  
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
64 Stretch        
70 Competitive        
74 Strong  
 
Want help getting into Columbia? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

Harvard          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
Select from the following to adjust your MBA Chances Assessment for Harvard:
Do you currently work in one of the below industries?
      Add 0.5  
      Add 0.5  
      Add 0.5  
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
4.9 points have been reduced from the total number of points.
Points have been added based on the number of people you manage as follows:
        In present In past
  1-2 people     Add 0 Add 0
  3-4 people     +0.5 0
  5-6 people     +0.9 +0.1
  7-9 people     +1.25 +0.25
  10-19 people     +1.5 +0.5
  20-49 people     +2 +1
* If you presently manage people but have managed more people in the past, assign points for the present and add a bit. Do not give points for both present and past.
           
Adjustments for promotions:          
  1 promotion     0  
  2 promotions     0  
  3 promotions     Add 0.5  
  4 promotions     Add 1.25  
  5+ promotions     Add 1.75  
           
Adjustments for Age          
  under 28     Add 2.4  
  28-29     Add 1.4  
  30-31     Add 0.5  
  32-33     Add 0.2  
  Over 33     0  
           
Adjusted Score:-4.9
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
67 Stretch        
73 Competitive        
77 Strong        
 
Want help getting into Harvard? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

IMD          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
Your age when submitting the application:    
  30: add two points    
  31-32: add two points    
  33-35: add 4 points    
  Over 35: add 3 points    
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
63 Stretch        
69 Competitive        
73 Strong        
 
Want help getting into IMD? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

MIT          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
Select from the following to adjust your MBA Chances Assessment for MIT
  Add 0.15  
  Add 0.35  
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
63 Stretch        
69 Competitive        
73 Strong        
 
Want help getting into MIT? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

NYU          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
Check the following to adjust your chances assessment for NYU
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
1 point has been added if your GMAT score is equal to or above 730.
0.5 points have been dropped if your GMAT score is below 700.
0.5 points have been removed if you are applying in the first round.
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
59 Stretch        
65 Competitive        
69 Strong        
 
Want help getting into NYU? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

Stanford          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
0.5 points have been added if your GMAT score is equal to or above 750.  
0.5 points have been dropped if your GMAT score is below 700.  
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
67 Stretch        
73 Competitive        
77 Strong        
 
Want help getting into Stanford? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

Wharton          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
Community Service        
  Non Existent     Reduce 1 point
  Basic     Reduce 0.5 points
  Solid     Add 0.5 points
Strong Add 1 point
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
65 Stretch        
72 Competitive        
75 Strong        
 
Want help getting into Wharton? Aringo has consultants who specialize in this program. Contact us today.
           

Yale          
*Your adjusted score for this program is at the bottom of the section.
 
The MBA Chances Calculator automatically made the following adjustments to your score:
0.5 points have been dropped if your GMAT score is below 700.  
           
Adjusted Score:0
 
Use this adjusted key to evaluate your admission chances:
62 Stretch        
68 Competitive        
72 Strong        
 
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