Thanks for posting. You mentioned your potential interest in consulting. As a note, some of the top multinational consulting firms (McKinsey, etc.) primarily only recruit at their target schools, so if you are set on working at a particularly firm post-graduation, it's important to know what schools they recruit from.
You have a strong application, although some of the schools listed are the most competitive programs in the world. For the GMAT, how were you scoring on practice tests before you took the test? If you believe you can score 40+ points higher, it may be worth taking the test again. This also depends on which schools you would most like to attend. UCLA and USC have different standards than schools such as Harvard Business School and the Stanford GSB.
Hope to hear from you.
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