Hey quantumdots - it looks like you have a lot going for you! Your ability to transition yourself from the standard engineer into the business side and your MFE, your fast-track promotions, your strong GMAT and your experience at a BB in a less-common niche (risk management) all adds up to a distinctive profile. Even though there are traces of the stereotypical "Indian male engineer", there's also enough here that will help you break out of the pack.
We can never answer the "what are my chances" question more definitively since it really depends on how all the different elements come together in the pitch, but we are a very bright green light for you. You look like you have what it takes to break into a top school based on the brief sketch you've offered here. We are responding not to the standard stats of GMAT and GPA (which are certainly strong) but to the information you gave about your career trajectory thus far. For many schools it really depends on your future goals and how they're articulated - strategy consulting is exceedingly common these days, which is fine, but it still matters how you lay it all out. The essays can make a real difference - we've certainly see people muff it up even though they had everything in their favor. But it looks like you may have the raw material that is needed to mold into a winning application.
The only caution is that you cited "3.7 GPA" for your bachelor's; where did you get this number? If you had an official conversion from WES then it's fine but all the schools (except MIT) want applicants to report academics in their original scale, and converting from the Indian system can be tricky, people often get it wrong. You should be using your actual marks instead (and the school you attended would be a good datapoint to have too).
Anyway, you have a lot to work with and you're starting early enough to make it happen. Let us know if you have any follow-ups and we hope you'll stay in touch!! EssaySnark
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