Thanks for your posting.
To be honest, the content that you provided was so vague that it makes giving an assessment difficult.
First of all, with your GPA, you have used all of your margin of error at all top programs and this means that every aspect of your candidacy moving forward has to be outstanding -- including GMAT, essays, recommendations, resume, interview, etc.
Acceptance to some top programs with your GPA is possible, but will be most difficult at Columbia and Yale. From experience, these two schools place the most emphasis on all aspects of your academic performance and a 2.9 is out of the range that they look for.
The other three schools on your list are more open to your grade situation.
I would recommend that you also consider Ross, Fuqua, Darden, and Johnson. I would consider your chances at these schools more realistic.
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