Killer GMAT, congratulations!
You could theoretically be admitted anywhere with that GMAT, but what you'll find out relatively quickly is that GMAT doesn't matter as much as it might seem. Having just 6 months of work experience is going to create one serious uphill battle for MBA admissions. Even if you get in somewhere, like Tepper for example which does its share of recruiting undergrads and super young professionals, the management consulting firms will bring you in at a title and salary lower than a candidate with 4-5 years of work experience -- so just know to research that part of it.
From an admissions perspective, there really is no job that is too far removed from a career goal of management consulting. You can make that jump from just about any pre-MBA job.
I said in another review, and will continue to say, that it's maybe not the best educational experience to pursue a MBA without a few years of post-grad. You'll want a frame of reference to use when you're learning, and 6 months will not probably provide a strong one.
With your current status, a 3.3 in economics with a 760 GMAT, have you tried landing a consulting position now as an analyst?
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