Thanks for the posting. From an admissions perspective, you have a unique and compelling candidacy. If you present a compelling application application (complete with strong essays, recommendations, resume, interview, etc.) I can see you being accepted to multiple top schools. The only unknown in this process is how you will perform on your GMAT and as you know the higher your score, the easier your life becomes. If you score in the range of 720 -- I would say that you could be a strong candidate to such schools as Wharton, Sloan and Haas. If you score closer to 680, I still see you being a strong candidate to Booth, Fuqua and Kellogg.
Given the overall strength of your candidacy, I would not recommend that you apply to Fuqua early -- rather than apply to as many schools as you can first round. Simply put, I am optimistic about your candidacy on many fronts and think you can get into a more prestigious program.
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