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What do you want to do post-MBA? Where are you looking to work (Asia, Europe, US)?
Scholarship is a mystery for most. I wouldn't worry about scholarship unless it's absolutely necessary. It's hard enough to get admitted to a top b-school in the US, let alone asking for scholarship. If you absolutely want scholarship, you need to look at schools in the range of top 40-60 to perhaps garner a higher possibility of scholarship.
With a 3.5 and a 670, your school selection should be around top 15 to top 35. I think you have a shot at Ross, Darden, and Duke, but I wouldn't worry too much about the top 10. If your goal is to enter one of the top 10 schools (which I assumed you don't since your original list starts at the 20 level), just choose one or two schools. Your focus should be around top 20-30, such as Georgetown, UNC, and USC. But with these schools, scholarships are still just a mystery to everyone.
thanks for the nice reply , but i have a question . You are saying i should target school between 15 to 35 but Duke is #5 ... I really want to get in Notre Dame or McCombs. if you have list of school ranking please send me the link , I am refering to following link for school ranking , select Full-Time MBA tab http://www.businessweek.com/bschools/rankings/
I think most people go by USNews for ranking and most have it down to a certain understanding that no matter what ranking says what, that H/S/W are top 3, Columbia, Tuck, MIT, Kellogg, and Booth make it to the top 8 (along with H/S/W), and that follows by Haas, Duke, Ross, Darden, NYU, UCLA, and Yale to the top 15. Of course, opinions differ.