Daniel Kim

Senior Consultant with ARINGO since 2016
Wharton School of Business graduate

ARINGO clients who worked with Daniel were admitted to the MBA programs at Stanford, Harvard, Wharton, Chicago, MIT, Columbia, Kellogg, NYU, UCLA, Cornell, Tepper, Haas, Duke, Ross, Georgetown, Rice, Carlson, IE, and many others, with the following scholarships:

Full ride scholarship (Kellogg)

Full ride scholarship (NYU Stern)

Full ride scholarship (Tuck)

$5000 (Wharton)

$40,000 (Kellogg)

$158,000 (NYU Stern)

Daniel is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and former US Army Military Intelligence Officer.  He currently works for a leading consumer goods company focused on strategy and revenue management after working on Wall Street as an investment banker.  While at Wharton, Daniel worked as an Investment banking summer associate at JP Morgan and an admissions representative for military and non-traditional applicants. In addition to his Wharton MBA, Daniel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point.

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Daniel enjoys helping MBA applicants of all backgrounds thinking critically about the decision to attend business school and master the application process. Daniel brings extensive knowledge of the application process and is truly passionate about helping candidates to be best positioned for success.

“Daniel has been beyond helpful, and I’ve learned an absolute ton!”

“Daniel was amazing and I am very happy with the way my application and essays turned out.”

“Daniel is quick to respond, gives thorough feedback. He is supportive and working hard for me!”

“Daniel’s guidance throughout the application process was invaluable.  I noticed a significant difference in my essays from start to finish, and they were extremely helpful in articulating and shaping my story. Couldn’t have done it without your help!”

“Thank you for the help, Daniel has been great. I have a good Army friend who is also applying to business school, and he decided not to pay for consultation services. He shared a few draft essays with me and the difference is obvious. Daniel really pushed me to refine my goals and do my research on the programs.”