Hello raptr, thanks for your question.
Let’s start with academics. Your GPA is strong. Your overall GMAT and quant percentage are strong. Your verbal percentage is low (top programs typically look for at least 80%), but since you have a degree from a U.S. school with a high GPA, I don’t really see that as a problem.
Your extracurriculars seem solid. The more you can demonstrate leadership in these activities – and not just participation – the stronger your candidacy will be.
I think you need to clarify your post-MBA goals and demonstrate a need for an MBA (and why now, since you appear to already be on an upward path in consulting). Moreover, it is important to have a logical arc from your past to present to future path. You will need to demonstrate how your one year in M&A tax practice, Masters in Finance, and 7 months at an investment bank fit into your overall career path and help build to your future goals.
In summary, I think you could be generally competitive in the top 10, depending on your ability to tie together your past, present, and future, and demonstrate leadership attributes and results in your work and extracurricular experiences. Harvard typically looks for a “wow” factor – that might be a reach, but I don’t know all of your details!
Best of luck,
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