Unfortunately, it's not easy to characterize your chances based upon what you have shared so far.
The major realms of ambiguity are:
1) what do YOU mean by "good" business school? (it's different for different people -- not surprisingly)
2) what is your GMAT if you have an actual test score? (GMAT is not destiny; but even with a real GMAT score the question as you pose it is not easy to answer, so in the absence of a real GMAT score it's almost impossible!)
Furthermore, the "best" schools get to pick candidates across a number of dimensions, not least of which are wisdom and judgment ---- which are best demonstrated in the essay where you talk about how your professional experience has shaped your understanding of your goals. In your post, it's almost as if you're saying "I need a quick and dirty answer" before I invest any more time in this process -- and unfortunately for you from that perspective, the competition is fierce enough that to pose the question that way is almost a confession that you are the very beginning of even thinking about this process.
There is no shame in being at the beginning, of course - but it is questionable as to how advisable it is to presume success from the very start of what is, in fact, a quite involved and effort-intensive process.
So, if you have time, think about where you have been and what you want -- for those are crucial details in any application (and just as crucial for any quick attempt at answering the question for you!
Give us at Veritas
a call and we'll be happy to help you sort out the major issues.
Thank you for your kind attentions
Darren S. Kowitt (Columbia '97)
Veritas Prep | Admissions Consultant
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